Yummy, colorful, filling, and lots of veggies! This has become one of my old standbys, I've made it at least a half dozen times. Flavorful and healthy, it's even better as leftovers the next day!
kleblanc9 Posted: 05/10/10
akjones Posted: 11/17/09
Very interesting flavors. Used spicy fat-free refried beans which gave it some much needed heat and didn't mash the black beans. My husband and son liked this but I feel it was missing something maybe an enchilada sauce on top or more spice to cut the sweetness of the potatoes. Will make again w/some modifications.
fierytulips Posted: 03/17/09
I found this recipe when looking for healthier meal options for my family, but we would eat it even if it wasn't healthy! I followed the recipe exactly and I wouldn't change a thing. It was so flavorful and yummy even without any sour cream, salsa or cheese. You would never guess it was made with sweet potatoes. Even my husband and my two year old asked me to make it again!
jkf330 Posted: 04/14/11
I made this the other night and really enjoyed it. I added chopped carrots and zucchini to the mix and also used the spicy FF refried beans. I didn't mix the refried beans into the sweet potato mixture. Instead, I spread the tortillas with it before stuffing them and then spread a little to help keep the burritos closed. I added about a half packet of spicy taco seasoning to the veggie mix to give it a little more punch. I was prepared to eat two burritos (I worry about getting hungry later when I eat vegetarian meals), but with a side of 1/2 cup white rice tossed with extra lime juice and cilantro, one burrito was plenty!