3. A standard serving size should be ½ cup.
4. Be sure to significantly reduce, or avoid, popular toppings like marshmallows, too much sugar and too much butter.
5. If you’re whipping your potatoes, try using low-fat buttermilk, that you’ve previously warmed, instead of whole milk.
6. If you want to use a sweetener, opt for brown sugar or honey, which are more natural and better for you than processed white sugar.
7. Lastly, remember to never store sweet potatoes in the refrigerator; doing so can lead to decay, bad flavor, and a more difficult cooking experience.