Sweet Potato Tart Tatin (Great Thanksgiving Recipe) + GIVEAWAY of The Healthy Jewish Kitchen Cookbook

Looking for a special recipe for your Thanksgiving table? This stunning Sweet Potato Tart Tartin by chef Paula Shoyer definitely fits the bill.

Best selling author of The Healthy Kosher Baker and the new Healthy Jewish Kitchen, Paula Shoyer is a self-described “healthy chef, with a passion for pastries”.

In fact, she says “healthy” and “pastry” aren’t mutually exclusive. (Gotta love that!)

Paula studied at the elite Ritz Escoffier School in Paris. But since families cannot survive on chocolate babka alone (mine would surely try!), Shoyer expanded her repertoire into the savory arena, with an emphasis on easy and healthy dishes that don’t sacrifice tradition or flair.

“I take traditional recipes and make them easier, more modern, and healthier says Shoyer, who has competed on the Food Network’s “Sweet Genius” program.

I write cookbooks so that I can bring my recipes into your kitchen to inspire you to try something new, to cook from scratch and enjoy eating with the people you love while creating food memories that you can remember for the rest of your lives.

Enter to Win the Healthy Jewish Kitchen Cookbook

I’m excited to be teaming up with Paula Shoyer to give away a copy of her newest cookbook, Healthy Jewish Kitchen (MSRP: $24.95). Enter to win by using the Rafflecopter widget below.

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Try out this gorgeous Thanksgiving recipe from Healthy Jewish Kitchen.

Happy Thanksgiving from Paula & me!

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  1. dessert!

  2. Dessert and sides!

  3. Sounds YUM!

  4. Pumpkin pie!

  5. not turkey.

  6. For nostalgia, pecan pie, veganized; for pure love dark sweet potatoes (yams) with lime juice

  7. I love all the thanksgiving foods but my kids don’t:(. Hard to make just for myself!

  8. I love all the thanksgiving foods but my kids don’t! 🙁

  9. Stephanie Grant says:

    Candid yams are my absolute favorite Thanksgiving dish followed by cornbread dressing.

  10. Pie, but not pumpkin pie. I like chocolate, blueberry, apple…. And otherdesserts!

  11. Brussels sprouts!

  12. Something new!

  13. Pumpkin pie! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  14. Sweet potatoes!

  15. Stuffing with gravy and turkey

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