Sweet Potato Pasta – Figs, Prosciutto and Goat cheese

sweet potato pasta

Can you tell that I got a plethora of sweet potatoes from my farmers market this week?  This is two simple sweet potato recipes in a row, but only because they taste amazing and I LOVE sweet potatoes.  I don’t know about you, but I used to eat a lot of pasta. Thanks to my celiac disease I have been able to discover alternatives that I love a lot more. This sweet potato pasta is just one of those replacements that I love. The flavors are amazing and it is so simple to put together.

Sweet Potato Pasta

I can’t take all the credit for this recipe, I was laying in bed one night scrolling through buzzfeed and saw something similar. It sparked some salivating dreams and I woke up at 6am craving sweet potato pasta. I used to feel guilty because I thought I ate too many sweet potatoes. Then I used my friend Google and found a few excuses to eat them more.

What is your favorite way to eat sweet potatoes? Leave me a comment because after all my recipes, I am running out of ideas. When you fall in love with this sweet potato pasta recipe, you can check out some of my other favorites:

I think I have talked about sweet potatoes enough, so I just want to take a second to say thank you. We all live in this world that is full of busy work and distractions, and I genuinely love and appreciate every comment you take the time to leave me.  One of my daily habits is laying in bed and reading all the comments, tweets, etc that I get throughout the day.  It’s an amazing feeling to fall asleep smiling every night so THANK YOU.

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Sweet Potato Pasta - Figs, Prosciutto and Goat cheese
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Serves: 4
  1. Chop the pointed ends off your sweet potato and spiralize it. If you don't have a spiralizer you can use a julienne peeler to make noodles
  2. Cut prosciutto into strips, roughly 1-inch long and 1/4-inch wide
  3. Slice dried figs into thin rounds, being sure to remove the hard stems
  4. Place a large saute pan over medium heat with your olive oil
  5. Add your sweet potato noodles and season with sea salt
  6. Cook for about 5-7 minutes or until sweet potato noodles soften and are no longer raw. Be sure to stir frequently so that the noodles don't burn.
  7. When done, transfer to a plate.
  8. In the same skillet over medium heat, add sliced proscuitto and cook for about 3 minutes, flipping halfway through cooking or stirring often
  9. Add sliced figs and slivered almonds and cook for another 3 minutes until your figs are soft and slightly browned. Stir often
  10. Add 1/2 cup of your goat cheese and water, stir together to melt the cheese slightly and then add all of the sweet potato noodles
  11. Stir until well combined and remove from the heat
  12. Serve immediately and garnish with your remaining 1/2 cup goat cheese.

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  1. Question, my family is new to Paleo and I see you have goat cheese in this recipe. I thought cheese and most dairy – outside of almond or coconut milk – we’re off limits?

  2. Made this for dinner and it was a success! (first time). It was really tasty! I used salami instead of proscutto since my hubby is not a fan of proscutto, and it worked out great! :)

  3. Excellent. I was a little hesitant with the figs being that I had never used them for anything before but it came out delicious. We’ve been eating paleo for 3 months now and have never eaten such a variety of foods. Thanks for the great recipes!

  4. I love sweet potato noodles, but would have never thought to add figs, prosciutto and goat cheese – that sounds just amazing!! I picked up some prosciutto on the way home tonight(I have everything else), so tomorrow night, after work…sooo looking forward to trying it!!

  5. Something totally new for me. I must try it. Idea of making potato noodles is so interesting. Good stuff!!!

  6. I cannot wait to try this when my parents come to our house for dinner this week! Just one question, George. My grocery store only had dried Golden figs and Mission figs. Which shall I use? or neither? Does this require a trip to the ‘whole foods’ store? I see you link leads to Turkish figs. A lot of options for figs – please advise. Thanks!! #newtofigs

  7. Cannot wait to try this for dinner with my parents this week!! I can only find dried Golden Figs and mission figs at my regular grocery store. Which would you recommend? Or neither? Should I try to “whole food” store? #newtofigs

  8. I happen to have everything I need to make this dish. I do believe I’ll make it tomorrow. Thanks for the inspiration George!

  9. I so want to try this but I’m not eating cheese… has anyone whipped this up without the goat cheese and is it as satisfying??? Thanks!

  10. We make sweet potato pasta all the time, except we do thick flat noodles cuz we don’t have a spiralizer. I’m totally registering for one but in the meantime, thinking I need to try this with our fat noodles! Yum!

  11. We made this last night, and sadly, like others on here, mine did not turn out and was barely edible :( ahh poo
    All was not lost though, prior to mixing everything I tried just a few of the ingredients together and now have a new, easy appetizer! prosciutto wrapped figs stuffed with goat cheese and almonds <– that was AMAZING!

  12. Oh my! What an amazing meal, figs are in season in Australia so subbed the dried figs with fresh… amazing!

  13. OMG … this is amazing!!!! So yummy! I used dates instead of figs but it tasted the same. But it doesn’t not serve 4! :-) Or I just have a healthy appetite. I ate 2 servings for dinner!

  14. I am new to Paleo so do not know much…but wanted to know if goat cheese is paleo friendly. This sounds yummy and really want to try it.

  15. I didn’t have a julienne peeler so I used a box grater instead, turning it into more of a hash. It was delicious non the less! Thanks!

  16. Totally inspired…only had the sweet potatoes. But I wanted this!!! So, I had cubed pancetta – score! I got that working in the pan while I spiralized the sweet potato. I added the sweet potato and some baby spinach that was talking to me in the fridge. I had some cashew cream in the freezer so I cut off a chunk of that and put it in the pan when the spinach was wilted and let it get creamy. Then I put it on a plate in the oven to keep warm. This was my first meal of the day and I had been working all morning so I wanted something breakfasty. Two eggs over easy seemed to be the perfect match. I placed them on top and the yolks mixed with the cashew cream to make the perfect sauce.

    So George, mine was nothing like the recipe you presented but it inspired me to create a new favorite go to meal. Now I am off to the store to get the real ingredients for your recipe and I am sure it will be fantastic!

  17. This was amazing. Like a 5-star meal. Used bacon instead of prosciuitto, and dates instead of figs, (merely from availability) and added some sauteed chicken. SO good! Love my Spiralizer! Thanks for another great recipe!

  18. Thank you for two things one: as soon as I saw the picture I knew I was a happy camper. I love sweet potatoes . Used to eat pasta daily cannot anymore so this is perfection. Also number two: I got a spiralizer To use for zucchini noodles as a pasta cannot wait to try sweet potato pasta as for cashew cream ..heaven…

  19. No prociutto but have bacon (yes)….no figs but have apples (yes)…sounds like a winning combination to me!! What do you think George? Love my spiralizer. Also thanks to you I have a few “Babycakes” appliances (cake pops, mini doughnut and mini cupcake) love them. I use the cupcake one for your blueberry mango muffins….YUM!!! Thanks George!! Keep ’em coming.

  20. #1 – OMG this looks fantastically yummy!

    #2 – Thank you for inspiring us to get a spiral slicer. We use it and our Mandolin all. the. time.

    #3 – Every time I’ve attempted to saute sweet potato spirals, they fall apart and I get sorta hash browns. It’s still tasty, but when you’re going for ‘noodles’ and get ‘rice’, it’s disappointing. So am I not using the right slicer insert (big vs. small?) or moving things around too much? Not hot enough? Any tips/tricks are most appreciated!

    1. Hmmm, great question. I’m not quite sure… the paderno has three sizes, and I use the smallest one for sweet potatoes and they come out perfectly. I’m guessing the pan may not be hot enough, which is why they are becoming soggy?

        1. Forgot to mention the spiralizer that we have has a small and large ‘noodle’ attachment and a flat one. I’ve had a lot of luck using it with zukes, and butternut squash and sauteing it, and cukes for salads. Just haven’t had the best luck with sweet potatoes staying together.

  21. Would shirataki noodles made of vegetable root that you can buy at the refrigerated vegetable compartment of your supermarket be appropriate? Wheat belly recipes make use of these and they are in fettuccini and spaghetti sizes.

  22. This sounds amazing. Thanks!! I am kind of new to this web site, so I am not sure if you use mostly olive oil for cooking but from the info I see out there, it is not recommended at all. Coconut oil is the best oil to cook with. It has a very high smoke point. So not only is it healthier for you when heated, it tastes better too because it has not broken down as much. I have been using it for years and now only use olive oil in raw preparations. But other than that, this recipe looks AMAAAAAZING. :)

  23. I will finally make some sweet potato pasta and try this delicious looking recipe!!! Thank you for all of your awesome recipes and giveaways!! There’s always something yummy to look forward to!

  24. I want to make this recipe with a new spiral slicer. I only learned about spiral slicers yesterday, and I want want! Oh, the possibilities!

  25. I’m confused. I didn’t think I could have cheese if eating Paleo.
    I’m definitely going to have to look for a reasonable price spiralizer in the UK so I can make courgette and sweet potato noodles.

  26. Seriously?! This sounds amazing. Never really would have thought about this combination or even making pasta with sweet potatoes but why the hell not. More than intrigued! It’s only 9am here after reading this, my breakfast doesn’t seem like it’ll hold me over much longer. :)

  27. Oh my gosh! I haven’t tried a pasta substitute yet, but this looks delicious! I need a spiral slicer in my life just to make this.

  28. I have never made and “noodle” except from spaghetti squash and I want to make others. Please help me by letting me when this!

  29. There are so many things to choose from, but the hubs likes his sweet potatoes, so probably sweet potato fries or noodles… :)

  30. I went Paleo last summer and I need one of these like you need bacon. There are so many things I want to make, but first things first…zucchini pasta!!!!! Thanks for the giveaway.

  31. I NEED one of these spirilizers!! This sweet potato pasta with fig, proscuitto and goat cheese would be the perfect welcome home dinner for my hubby (1st meal home from deployment is always a big deal in this house)

  32. I would make zoodles first because I’ve been craving them for so long. It’s weird how the shape of ones food can seem to alter the taste a bit. But I would definitely have to make this sweet potato dish too. Sweet potatoes are one of my favorites!!

  33. I’ve always wanted to try and make butternut squash pasta…I think this would be pretty awesome way to make them noodles. ..pretty cool. ..

  34. I would try zucchini first! Then I would love to try it with sweet potatoes and fry them in coconut oil for some curly fries!

  35. I would make meatballs over zucchini noodles as my first recipe but at some point I would certainly try the sweet potato figs recipe.

  36. Zucchini noodles with puttanesca sauce . Then Sweet potato chips and your recipe for sweet potato noodles (never thought to noodle them)….. what was I thinking/

  37. I am very excited about the Sweet Potato Pasta FPG!
    That will be my first recipe to use a spiral slicer for. And, i would add bacon bits :-)

  38. So many things I would like to make first!
    I think I’ll spiralize sweet potato, carrots, apple and zucchini and make some kind of a stir fry with them :)

  39. I would LOVE to use this device to make zoodlea! I’m on aip protocol for Paleo. After my failing health these last few months I needed a change besides the constant medications I’m on for my Chrons. Paleo and Paleo recipes have changed my life! Following aip is a tad bit difficult so anyway to spice things up is awesome! This would be awesome in my kitchen :)

  40. I would make anything and everything that I’ve always wanted to with a spiralizer and a vegetable peeler just doesn’t do the trick!

  41. I think the first thing I’d try is to make so flash fried spiraled eggplant with some spinach dip on the side.(I have a thing for spinach dip lol)

  42. Yumm!!! Love the photos of this recipe! I’d make your recipe first but with multiple colored potatoes for a “Fiesto Potato Salad!”

  43. I was gonna say zucchini pasta for my raw recipes I have, but those sweet potatoes look pretty phenom, too! I guess if I luck into a spiralizer, I’ll have to make both :)

  44. Oh! I want this so bad…. I will make all the things, baked sweet potato spirals, zucchini noodles, a friend has a good cucumber recipe… I could go on and on

  45. I was going to say zucchini spaghetti, but after coming to this post to comment: I’d make THIS first! Love me some sweet potatoes!

  46. Everyday I make stuff and think: man this would be so much easier with a slicer!! I hand cut sweet potato fries 2-3 times a week – my hands hurt!!! I’d love to make sweet potato fries and sweet potato spaghetti!!

  47. I LOVE sweet potatoes and eat them every day. I can’t wait to try this recipe. I miss pasta so much and what a great way to get the best of both worlds. I would love so much to have the spiral slicer to help make this often. thank you so much for all you do and I hope to win the slicer.

  48. I was just talking about buying 1 of these! I’d love to Win one . I want to make zucchini pasta. So craving pasta but can’t eat it so … Zucchini pasta :-))

  49. Sweet potato pasta! In fact, this recipe looks pretty darn good, so maybe that’s what I would use the sweet potatoes for.

  50. Well had you not this giveaway not been linked to a sweet potato pasta post, I would have instinctively said zucchini noodles. But after reading about this sweet potato pasta, I have to say I would make that first. We absolutely LOVE sweet potatoes around here.

  51. The first recipe I would make is the mouth-watering Sweet Potato Pasta – Figs, Prosciutto and Goat cheese. I can’t wait!!! Yummy!!! Bless you!

  52. Ahh, that looks so good! I was going to go with zucchini noodles and pesto sauce, but you may have changed my mind… I love me some sweet potato.

  53. I have so wanted to make the zucchini noodles! They look amazing! Ialso wonder if it would work for eggplant and other types of squash!

  54. My toddler son would have so much fun eating his veggies if I had this spirulizer. His favorite is sweet potatoes, so this sweet potato pasta recipe would definitely be the first thing I would make with this spirulizer. Thanks for the opportunity to win this!

  55. I’d like to try to make zucchini noodles first so I can try Danielle Walker’s recipe “Creamy Pesto “Pasta” with Spring Vegetables”. It looks SOOOO good, but I can’t quite face the thought of cutting 4 zucchini into tiny, tiny strips by hand!! I’ve seen other recipes on Paleo websites for noodles made from vegetables, but haven’t saved them. If I win the spiral cutter, I’ll have to go back and find them!!

  56. I would love to use it on apples,,,,then dip them in batter and deep fry for a few minutes….after removing from the oil, sprinkle with a small amount of cinnamon and then powdered sugar….this is a slightly different rendition of apple fritters…and very attractive looking in addition to the great taste. Thank you for this opportunity

  57. I love sweet potatoes and will make them first because I know that my family will like them as well. I will then use the slicer to make “rice” and “noodle” soup.

  58. I will make zuchinni noodles. I’ve never made zuchinni noodles before. I usually just get a spaghetti squash if I want pasta. But if I could make noodles from zuchinni with a spiral thingy….that would be fun. Then I’d hit the sweet potatoes, because there’s no veg better than sweet potatoes.

  59. If you chose meeeeee… I’m gonna make this killer kick ass sweet potato pasta. PS. I’m jonesin for some pasta of any form!! This would be pretty gosh darn perf! Just sayin!! ;-)

  60. I love to spiral my sweet potatoes! It would be so much quicker to steam then just drizzle with some honey and sprinkle with cinnamon. Eat it like sweet spaghetti!

  61. I would love to use a spiral slicer to make sweet potato pasta with this for the simple reason that I know my family (even the littlest member) loves sweet potato! I might not get this fancy with it though.

  62. It’s a no brainer, I would make zoodles for spaghetti. But I would love to crisp some sweet potato spirals and put them on top of a bowl of warm chili for a sweet crunchy bite. Especially with the rain coming tomorrow. (I live in your neck of the woods!)

  63. Since I don’t really know how to cook, I would start with something like apples…..you can’t really mess those up :-)

  64. I need this. When living broke affects to food you eat. Food then is boring. I know with this i could make so many different dishes on a budget and it will liven up meal times, by including your children to help. Thank you.

  65. Ooh, I’d make a curried Singapore Mei Fun with shrimp and chicken, with zucchini noodles. So good! Then I’d spiral a sweet potato and butter and cinnamon it for dessert!

  66. I’ve been teased by many yummy “pasta” dishes using one of these lately!! I want to make them all lol! Spiralized Lo Mein, Paleo Alfredo Fettucine… the list goes on …

  67. I have been debating buying one of these since going paleo in June! I would definitely make sweet potato noodles for “fettuccini” Alfredo with bacon. Yum!

  68. I don’t know how to really cook, so I think I’d start with something that doesn’t seem to be too difficult to make like spiral apples and cinnamon.

  69. OMG love this tool, I saw this last time you posted and was looking for it on Amazon and then life got in the way and forgot all about it. I want to get one and saw this post and wanted to comment before it was too late. I love the raw folks make pasta out of zucchini. It looks tasty, I tried it with a peeler and it was not as attractive. May I be blessed with the gift of this wonderful tool. Looks awesome and wait to get one either by purchase or as a contestant submission. thanks in advance!

  70. What Stephanie said above sounds amazing, spiralized apples! But I would first have to spiralize the sweet potatoes in my pantry! :) I’ve been meaning to try them for weeks but I’m not putting it off any longer. Thanks for the opportunity with this flash giveaway!

  71. I would make zucchini noodles first for some stir fry or spaghetti. Sweet potato noodles would be next to eat with my over hard eggs for breakfast!

  72. i would make anything thing into a pasta i could get my hands on. Zucchini pasta or sweet potato in a red sauce and meatballs would be divine

  73. crap.. I commented on the facebook post by mistake.. geez.

    anyway.. I really want to try sweet potato noodles, or zoodles… zucchini noodles because I have tons of saved recipes using one or the other kind of “noodle”, that sound really amazing! and I miss pasta…after living in Italy for 5 years. It was the hardest food to give up.
    I can hardly wait to try THIS recipe as well! I LOVE prosciutto!~~

  74. I can’t wait to try it!! I HAVE a small spiral slicer that doesn’t work for anything!!! I sooooo need this!!!

  75. I would definately try to make carrot and zucchini noodles for my two year old. He has several food allergies, a concept that he doesnt quite get yet, and I would love for him eat healthy and feel like he isnt missing anything.

  76. That sweet potato pasta looks amazing! I’ll definitely start with zucchini spirals with a delicious balsamic reduction. Yum!

  77. Some sort of “pasta” like dish!! I have been super lazy lately and using rice pasta because making veggie noodles is too time consuming. This would be ah-mazingly helpful!!

  78. That looks delicious! I would love to try zucchini noodles with a paleo beef bolognese. I’ve really missed pasta since giving up gluten so I would love to experiment with all kinds of veggie noodles! :)

  79. I would make anything I could into noodles lol sweet potatoes, zucchini, carrots…it will be quite colorful and I would send pictures :)

  80. Oh man, zoodles are definitely a fave, I think they lose their magic a little when all you have to make them with is a carrot peeler, haha! This recipe also sounds uber fantastic :D

  81. Any veggie pasta is intriguing to me. I think I’d do zucchini pasta first. My kids always think that I’m trying to sneak something past them, and the sweet potato pasta is pasta sauce colored and they might not try it, it’s too much of a coincidence. But the zucchini? That’s just an honest alternative! :-)

  82. Squash and zucchini pasta with pesta garlic shrimp! It’s my favorite but the noodles are so difficult to cut with a knife!

  83. I would definitely make zucchini noodles for spaghetti! Since going Paleo my children have really missed the whole noodle shape. This is exciting. They would love it. Then I would explore some of the recipes here. Starting with something simple like a cucumber salad.

  84. I would make spiral apples drizzled with maple syrup and topped with chopped almonds, raisins and cinnamon. Then I would make spiral beet noodles! And sweet potato noodles with some cumin and cinnamon and diced poblano peppers. Then I have a sneaking suspicion I would try to spiralize any and all root veggies I could find.

  85. Yummy! I would totally make this but with a twist- the first thing I would try is spiral slicing some apples to toss through the sweet potato spaghetti to add a fruity crunch!

  86. I visited a friend and she has one of these. She made me zucchini noodles with chicken and avocado sauce. Oh it was so yummy. My 13 yr old daughter loves anything you can do with a potato so I know she would have a blast experimenting. I hope I win!

  87. My husband is desperate for pasta, this is probably the only sort (or zucchini) that I would make him. Otherwise he will have to buy it and cook it himself. (But i can only do it with a spiralizer… wink wink)

  88. I have dairy goats and make my own cheese so I would absolutely make this recipe first if I won a slicer. This made me drool. :)

  89. I would totally make the sweet potato pasta! That looks incredible! I would also make curly sweet potato baked french fries.

  90. That looks delicious! I’d like to try and use the spiralizer to make zucchini noodles with a bolognese to go with it! I’ve missed pasta since eliminating gluten so I look forward to trying more veggie noodles! :)

  91. Where do you start!! This list could be endless! The kids are always trying to be adventurous in the kitchen! Awesome giveaway!

  92. The first thing I would make is either sweet potato pasta “noodles” or have fun with my apples. I’m dying for one of these bad boys!

  93. Oh, mannnn. I would like to make all different kind of noodle-zucchini, squash, sweet potato, carrot, yam, apple, melon, etc….

  94. I seriously JUST was thinking about buying a spiralizer today! It’s not really a recipe, but I read someone who spiralized sweet potatoes and fried them up in some butter, then finished in the oven for them to crisp up a little bit. And ever since then, I wanted one so bad so I could make that! It sounds divine!!

    Hope I win! Thanks for the chance!

  95. I would love to spiralize some carrots and pickle them. I’ll add them to salads! Also looking forward to making zoodles, and sweet potato pasta!!

  96. I think this recipe sounds delicious! I would love to try it with the giveaway! Clean eating since the new year and have been eyeing the spiral slicer to make healthy noodles from different veggies. Thanks for sharing many yummy and healthy recipes!

  97. Love the sweet potato recipe. I’d love to try the spiralizer on a root vegetable to add to the dish or on the side. My first choice would be a kohlrabi. Yum!!!

  98. I will definitely make zoodles or sweedles(get it?) bc I am using the handheld peeler dealio right now and I always end up with a nub of veg or a scraped thumb!

  99. I’d make zucchini noodles with tomato sauce for old time’s sake! I currently use a manual julienne peeler for that sort of thing, and I would REALLY like to be done with the days of accidentally julienne peeling whatever parts of my veggie-holding hand end up being in the way.

  100. If I were to win I would be eating all variations of “pasta” starting with zucchini! Love the creativeness and REAL food! I’m Native American and the SAD (standard American diet) has wrecked havoc on my health :/ natural foods are the way to go.

  101. Sweet potato pasta sounds awesome. Had never thought of it, but then I don’t have one of these cool spiral slicers yet either. (hint, hint :-) )

  102. I’m definitely making the sweet potato, fig, prosciutto, and goat cheese dish. Just happen to have everything needed on hand after a trip to Trader Joe’s today. It would be helpful to have the spiral slicer for the noodles :)

  103. I have wanted one of these for so long!!!! What would I make first? Noodles of all kinds, sweet potato spiral fries, more veggie noodles, and more veggie noodles!!! I have wanted one of these to add some veggie texture to my meals for my paleo picky daughters ;)

  104. Would LOVE to have the spiral slicer for veggie noodles (many kinds!)-just spent an hour thinly slicing zucchini to freeze for noodles-sliced up my finger nails in the process!

    Recipe looks delish! : )

  105. I would make zucchini pasta! Slicing zucchini is just not the same. And you can do sweet potatoes too? I think I’m in love. Thank you for your amaxing recipes and giveaways!!

  106. This is awesome! I am a sweet potato fan and I have been thinking about spiralizing it to make Chow Mein. There is a chowmein recipe in my hometown that has orange-colored noodles cooked in pork fat with a lot of sauteed vegetables on top. I have been fantasizing about how it would turn out if I replaced the noodles with spiralized sweet potato, since I’ve pretty much gone Paleo! I’m drooling as I write this!

  107. Oh goodness. I have to pick one? Knowing me, I would whip up at least 5 dishes using this amazing spiral slicer, but I must say those sweet potato noodles look amazing so I may start there! Thanks for the opportunity!

  108. While I have always wanted to try zoodles, and I definitely will if I get a spiral slicer, looking at those sweet potato noodles makes be want to fry them in coconut oil and make shoestring fries out of them :)

  109. First thing I’ll make for the kids:
    “Spaghetti” (sweet tatie pasta) “bolognese” (tricky tomato free version due to allergies) They miss that sooooooo much.

    First thing I’ll make for my husband and I:
    Zucchini pasta with fresh basil pesto and rlic and greens

    Or maybe zucchini pasta with roast sweet tatie and BACON. Mmmmmmmmmm!

  110. I would be making curly sweet potato fries. The thing I have missed the most since going paleo is curly fries. So making them myself as a paleo treat would be amazing.

  111. The first dish I would make is a creamy Cajun sweet potato fettuccini! The peeler would really come in handy! I live off base in a Japanese apt and they done believe in using stoves so it’s been difficult making spaghetti squash the way I used to!

  112. I want to make sweet potato pasta. With bacon, of course. Everything is better with bacon.

    BTW…It is because of your awesome recipes that I even eat bacon. I had not eaten pork in almost 15 years because good quality pastured animals were very hard to find in my previous town, but I moved recently to a town with lots of farms and a Whole Foods. I have found my love of bacon again and I’ve been making your awesome recipes ever since! You are a blessing!!

  113. Mmmmm I wonder if you could spiral the top of a butternut squash? I used to like butternut squash ravioli with cream sauce. I bet spiral cut squash with a cream sauce would be so good!

  114. So many decisions… Probably the first thing would be zucchini noodles. Though rudabega noodles to cook in a breakfast hash would be in the running.

  115. I have been wondering which spiralizer is the best. Now I know to look no further. Can’t wait to make zucchini, squash, and this sweet potato pasta. I’m ready to turn my ‘gluten-loving’ family into a paleo loving family!

  116. Sweet potato noodles are probably a bit high in carbs for me as a diabetic, so I would try the zucchini noodles! Those spiral slicers look really neat!

  117. Sweet Potato Pasta!!!! With bacon. The rest will be decided later! Honestly does anything matter after sweet potatoes and bacon! Mmmmm maybe caramelized onion!

  118. I was going to say zucchini pasta, but this sweet potato pasta looks amazing! I always have sweet potatoes at home, too!

  119. This looks absolutely delicious!
    I’ve seen so many amazing recipes that use a spiralizer it qould be so hard to choose what to make first if I had one! I think I would try an Alfredo sauce over sweet potato noodles first and then this one right after! (Probably within the same meal, one right after the other no wasting any time lol)
    Thank you forsaking the time to share all of your recipes and stories with us!

  120. If I had a spirlizer, I would make noodles using a butternut squash. I feel like that would be similar to the sweet potato texture, but possibly easier to spiralize.

  121. I’m addicted to sweet potatoes, too! Would totally make the sweet potato pasta with bacon on top. Lots (and lots) of bacon! Yum. :)

  122. So many things to make…zoodles come to mind first (zucchini noodles). But your sweet potato pasta looks so damn good! Sweet potato hash with a fried egg on top is one of my favorite breakfasts. It will be a difficult choice! Thanks for the giveaway!

  123. This looks delicious, I would love to try this… I still want to make the zoodles and carrot noodles. so many veggies and no spiral machine. :(

  124. I want to make Sweet Potato Salad, this would be the first thing I’d make with a spiral slicer! This looks amazingly delicious.

  125. Wow that looks damn good!! “Sweet Potato Pasta – Figs, Prosciutto and Goat cheese”, I love all of them, and all together sounds even better… can’t wait to try!! Thanks for the recipe (& the giveaway)

  126. I’d love to win the spiral slice so I can finally make some sweet potato noodles for my hubby! Or zoodles…ah, I can’t decide!

  127. Yummy! I think the first thing I’d make would be zucchini noodles. My family loves them in chicken “zoodle” soup. Thank you!

  128. I’d love to make this sweet potato pasta recipe! I LOVE sweet potatoes and never knew they could be “pasta-ed”. Thanks! :)

  129. Some kind of zucchini pasta. I’ll check your recipes. I want to see if I can fool my teenage sons. It’s the only way they’ll try something new. LOL Good luck to all!

  130. I would definitely make zucchini spaghetti first! This would be such a time save from my current method and antiquated contraption.

  131. First thing I’d do is give the sweet potato pasta a try!
    I have a son with food sensitivities, so any way to get good substitutes for foods he can no longer eat would be huge!