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Sweet Potato Buns

Michelle Alley

TOTAL TIME:45 min

These buns are sweet, savory, and a super delicious alternative to traditional buns. They take a little time, but they aren’t too difficult. I would suggest doing these with a thin patty and toppings. You don’t want to have to squish ‘em down in order to eat the burger. I, personally, love them and will be making them again, so give them a try for a new twist on a classic hamburger bun!

PREP TIME:5 min
COOK TIME:40 min
TOTAL TIME:45 min
SERVES:NaN
Ingredients

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          Nutrition per serving
          250 CALS
          7 G
          15 G
          18 G
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          AMOUNT PER SERVING% DAILY VALUE
          Calories
          250
          from fat
          160
          Total fat
          18g
          Saturated fat
          3.5g
          Cholesterol
          215mg
          Sodium
          390mg
          Carbohydrate
          15g
          dietary fiber
          2g
          sugar
          3g
          Protein
          7g
          Directions
          1. Preheat oven to 350°F.
          2. Heat olive oil in a skillet, then cook sweet potatoes until they start to get tender—about 5 minutes.
          3. In a large bowl, whisk together eggs and seasonings.
          4. Add sweet potatoes, then mix.
          5. Grease 4 ramekins.
          6. Divide mixture into the 4 ramekins.
          7. Using a piece of tin foil, press down the mixture into the ramekins.
          8. Bake for 20–30 minutes until set.
          9. Separate the sides with a knife, then remove each bun.
          10. Place back in the skillet and brown until the edges are crispy.
          11. Assemble your burger, sandwich, or eat them by themselves—they’re that good!
          Nutrition per serving
          250 CALS
          7 G
          15 G
          18 G
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          AMOUNT PER SERVING% DAILY VALUE
          Calories
          250
          from fat
          160
          Total fat
          18g
          Saturated fat
          3.5g
          Cholesterol
          215mg
          Sodium
          390mg
          Carbohydrate
          15g
          dietary fiber
          2g
          sugar
          3g
          Protein
          7g

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