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Sweet Potato Nog Smoothie

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Sweet Potato Nog Smoothie | Feed Your Skull

Batch cooking sweet potatoes leads to some delicious recipes. That’s just what happened with this sweet potato nog smoothie!

I’ll often bake or pressure cook 5-6 sweet potatoes at a time.

They make awesome low maintenance snacks or additions to meals. Luck would have it they are delicious cold or reheated.

Nature provided a perfect ‘pocket’ of nourishment and flavor.

It was nearing a week and a half and I had one sweet potato left, so I decided to make a smoothie out of it.

Good idea!

Sweet Potato Nog Smoothie | Feed Your SkullI initially used a whole sweet potato, but Jeremy thought it was a bit too thick. Even though I liked it, I adjusted the recipe to be less milk-shakey and more smoothie—hence the sweet potato half.

Keep the skins in for extra fiber which helps slow down sugar absorption into the blood stream.

Sweet Potato Nog Smoothie

  • Total Time:
  • Yield: 1 • 12-16 oz smoothie
  • Calories per serving: 246
  • Fat per serving: 6 grams


  • 1/2 of a baked Japanese sweet potato or similar sweet potato with cream flesh
  • 1 - 1 1/2 cups of non-dairy milk
  • 1 tablespoon organic coconut sugar
  • 1/8 teaspoon of ground nutmeg
  • pinch of sea salt
  • dash of cinnamon


  1. Blend ingredients in a personal-sized blender cup until smooth. Adjust non-dairy milk to desired thickness. Enjoy!


Additional nutritional information // Fiber 4 g • Protein 4 g • Vitamin A 361% • Calcium 33% • Vitamin c 29% • Iron 6% • Zinc 4% • Potassium 20% • Vitamin E 78% • Vitamin b6 14% • Vitamin b2 12%


Add a few cubes of ice to make it extra cold.

Sweet Potato Nog Smoothie | Feed Your Skull

Sweet Potato spud bits

  1. Belongs to the convolvulaceae family
  2. A root vegetable
  3. Skin colors range from yellow, beige, red, brown, orange, and purple
  4. Flesh is usually orange, white, yellow, purple, pink, and red
  5. Paler sweet potatoes are typically less sweet
  6. Does not tolerate frost
  7. Sown by vine cutting versus seeds
  8. In New Zealand sweet potatoes are known as kūmara
  9. Rich in complex carbohydrates, fiber, and Vitamin A
  10. Red sweet potatoes and lime juice are used as dye in South America

Enjoy this simple, but interesting smoothie! And I’d love to see your food pics! If you give this recipe a whirl, let us know. <3 Leave a comment below and don’t forget to tag a picture with #feedyourskull on Instagram! xx

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