Do you ever cook something and go to make it again and you can’t remember how you did it?
That happens to be my specialty. I have good intentions, of course, and even keep a notebook in the kitchen but it doesn’t always work. I get busy and sidetracked and the next thing I know I’ve made something and forgot the details of my own creation.
It isn’t just with food either. I happen to forget the details of my brilliant ideas quite frequently. My mind moves so fast and I’m on to the next thing before I know it and it’s SO frustrating when it happens.
So why am I telling you this? Besides to show how forgetful I can be? Because that is the story of this recipe. I made something like this for the Whole30 (well over a year ago) and still get a lot of questions about the recipe (I shared the photo in a weekly recap without the recipe).
The problem?…there was no recipe written down and I could not remember exactly how I did it.
I finally got around to creating something similar and knew I had to write it down this time! This Sweet Potato and Sausage Bake is one of my new favorites and it’s Whole30 approved (without the cheese).
It’s an easy one dish meal so there is little clean-up. It’s a healthy dinner. It’s got a great smokey spice which combined with the sweet potatoes makes the best combination. And lastly, it’s packed with a ton of flavor and makes leftovers that are absolutely delicious!
With all of the goodies this time of year, I think it’s nice to stick with healthy dinners to balance it all out.