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Easy Purple Sweet Potato Soufflé with Cranberries

Made with dried cranberries, coconut milk, hints of cinnamon, vanilla, cloves, nutmeg, and cardamom, this Easy Purple Sweet Potato Soufflé with Cranberries is dairy-free and refined sugar-free.

Dairy-free purple sweet potato souffle with cranberries.

This Easy Purple Sweet Potato Soufflé with Cranberries is made with monkfruit sweetener and low sugar/sugar-free cranberries. Yet, it is perfectly sweet, highly flavorful, and tantalizingly aromatic.

This is the kind of dish I like to enjoy for dessert and breakfast.

And, while it might have quite a few ingredients, this recipe comes together easily and quickly.

Ingredients to make sweet potato souffle.

What are the ingredients needed to make this Easy Purple Sweet Potato Soufflé with Cranberries?

You will need the following 14 ingredients, and they are:

  1. Purple sweet potatoes (baked)
  2. Eggs
  3. Vegan butter
  4. Classic monkfruit sweetener (or sugar-free sweetener)
  5. Golden monkfruit sweetener
  6. Coconut milk
  7. Vanilla extract
  8. Cardamom
  9. Cinnamon
  10. Nutmeg
  11. Cloves
  12. Salt
  13. Pecans
  14. Dried cranberries (low-sugar or sugar-free)
Mashing baked purple sweet potatoes

Tips when making this dish:

  • Bake your purple sweet potato until it is soft.
    I cleaned and covered the purple sweet potatoes I used in this recipe with aluminum foil. Then, I baked them at 425 degrees Fahrenheit for 50 minutes to an hour. The size of the purple sweet potato will determine how long it needs to be baked. When the time is up, carefully remove the foil-covered purple sweet potato and squeeze it to see if it gives. If it is soft, then it is done. If not, bake it for about 15 more minutes or so.
  • The baked purple sweet potato does not need to be mashed very well.
    By this I mean, don’t spend too much time making sure the purple sweet potato is completely mashed and creamy. This will be mixed with other ingredients and baked again so everything will be nice and soft then.
  • Add the topping mid-bake.
    This helps the topping not get too crispy or burned. And, it helps the topping stay on the top.
Getting ready to bake purple sweet potato souffle.

A little while before I first posted this recipe, I managed to go off refined sugar for a couple of months around Halloween. And, I even shocked myself when I didn’t feel the need to ransack store shelves the day after for 50% off Halloween Candy! But, I feel like I jumped into an alternate universe on my being-refined-sugar-free-journey, as now my taste buds seem to think that sweet potato trumps chocolate!

So, I made a refined sugar-free purple sweet potato soufflé!

By the way, I recently harvested 21 purple sweet potatoes from my garden, so I have been using them in everything from roasted purple sweet potatoes to purple sweet potato porridge.

Easy Dairyfree purple sweet potato souffle with cranberries

Variations and Substitutions…

  • If you do not have any purple sweet potatoes, you can use regular orange sweet potatoes in this recipe too. In fact, There has been many a time when I have used the latter instead.
  • While I used full-fat coconut milk for a creamy texture, you can use your favorite milk choice instead.
  • I used vegan butter in this recipe, but feel free to use whatever butter you have on hand.
  • I was trying to keep this dish refined sugar-free for the most part and used monkfruit sweeterner in it. I used Classic monkfruit sweetener in the souffle part. And I used golden monkfruit sweetener (which I have found works like brown sugar) in the topping.
  • Not a fan of pecans? No worries! You could use walnuts instead of pecans.
  • Cranberries add a nice tartness to this dish. However, you can leave them out or substitute them with fresh cranberries too.

I would not substitute the spices unless you would like to add a bit of almond extract to this as well.

My favorite Refined sugar-free, Dairy-free purple sweet potato souffle with cranberries

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Easy Dairyfree purple sweet potato souffle with cranberries

Easy Purple Sweet Potato Soufflé with Cranberries

4.67 from 6 votes
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Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 35 minutes
Total Time: 40 minutes
Servings: 8 servings
Author: Shashi
Made with dried cranberries, coconut milk, hints of cinnamon, vanilla, cloves, nutmeg, and cardamom, this Easy Purple Sweet Potato Soufflé with Cranberries is dairy-free and refined sugar-free.

Ingredients

For the Soufflé

  • 2 baked purple sweet potatoes baked for 50 minutes to 1 hour
  • 3 eggs
  • 3 tablespoons butter melted
  • 1/4 cup classic monkfruit sweetener or sugar-free sweetener
  • 1/3 cup coconut milk
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 1/4 teaspoon cardamom
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg
  • 1/4 teaspoon cloves
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt

For the Topping

  • 3/4 cup pecans
  • 1/4 cup dried cranberries low sugar or sugar-free
  • 2 tablespoons golden monkfruit sweetener
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 2 tablespoons butter

Instructions

  • Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
  • If the purple sweet potato was baked with the skin on, remove the skin and add the skinless purple sweet potato to a bowl. Using a fork, mash it as best as you can.
  • Place the butter in a microwave-safe bowl and microwave on high for 20 seconds. If the butter isn't melted, microwave for another 20 seconds.
  • Then, add melted butter, coconut milk, monkfruit sweetener, eggs, vanilla, cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, nutmeg, and salt to the bowl.
  • Using a handheld electric mixer, mix the ingredients together very well.
  • Pour the Purple Sweet Potato mix into a small (5×8) oven-safe baking tray.
  • Place the baking tray in the oven that has been preheated to 350 degrees.
  • Bake for 15 minutes at 350 degrees.
  • Now make the topping by melting the butter in a microwave-safe dish and adding in the golden monkfruit sweetener, cinnamon, dried cranberries, and pecans, and mix well.
  • When the Easy Purple Sweet Potato Soufflé is done baking for 15 minutes, remove from the oven. But, do not turn the oven off.
  • Carefully spoon the pecan cranberry topping to the top of the Easy Purple Sweet Potato Soufflé.
  • Return this to the 350-degree oven and bake for another 20 minutes.
  • Remove from oven and let coll a little.
  • This souffle can be served at room temperature or chilled with dairy-free whipped cream.

Nutrition

Serving: 1g | Calories: 227kcal | Carbohydrates: 14g | Protein: 4g | Fat: 18g | Saturated Fat: 8g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 9g | Cholesterol: 89mg | Sodium: 228mg | Fiber: 3g | Sugar: 7g
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26 Comments

  1. A sweet potato souffle, eh? I don’t think I’ve ever had that…but it sounds incredible! I’m not a big fan of sweetened sweet potatoes (like the ones with marshmallows on top), so I think I would be all about this one, Shashi. Plus, the cranberries in there give this one an awesome little tart twist. Perfect for Thanksgiving! Thanks for the idea…yum! I hope you guys have an awesome weekend down there in the A! 🙂

  2. Never made or had souffle. Your description of the sugar sounds like a crazy overload of sweetness, so good on you for trying something different. An interesting mixture of ingredients, to make what sounds like a yummy treat.

  3. Isn’t it so crazy how our tastebuds change? I used to have the craziest sweet tooth and boast about how nothing was too sweet for me, but ever since cleaning up my diet a handful of years ago, I just can’t handle the sweetness like I used to be able to. That’s not to say that I don’t like my sweets, but now it’s easy to satisfy the craving with sweeter fruits or homemade things rather than all the candy and junk I ate before. Hope you’re having an amazing Friday, Shashi!

  4. You rebel, you!! I’m glad it all turned out so wonderfully–and tasty! I love that you made this a dairy free option. 🙂 I have never thought of using sweetened condensed coconut milk! I’m so fascinated now… 😉 This looks absolutely perfect for Thanksgiving, Shashi. So soft, deliciously textured and perfectly sweet. 🙂 Hope you have an awesome weekend, my dear! 🙂

  5. I had no idea there was such a thing as sweetened condensed coconut milk. Guess we have been out of the real world a little too long. LOL Love this idea as part of a autumn spread. I think this might be the kind of dish you just keep eating it by the spoonful. Sharing, of course!

  6. Wow, this sounds amazing! I’ve only ever had savoury sweet potato, but I’ve been dying to try something sweeter now that all the Thanksgiving recipes have been popping up!

  7. Never heard of a sweet potato souffle before, I can tell this is delicious. I went off sugar for about 5 days and then started back but I have cut way back. Hardest thing to do I think. Love that you used condenesed coconut milk.

  8. Oh, I do like sweet potato, but the fun thing is that I’ve only used it in savory dishes such as salads, hash, etc. Well, I’ve made pancakes as well. But I’ve never had a sweet potato pie ir souffle in my life. With nuts, coconut, and cranberries? Sounds grear indeed! Would you like to send me some as your Thanksgiving present, please? If I like it, I’ll make it myself…and send some to you as my Christmas gift))

  9. I’m really glad you linked this post, Shashi! We actually just ended up with a bag of sweet potatoes by accident – I bought the wrong thing at the store. Oops. Now I have a bag of sweet potatoes. We were thinking of just roasting them, but I like the sound of this souffle. With the cranberry addition, it makes it very holiday appropriate!!

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