Mini in Size, Big in Flavor!
Baby Yams Medley Varieties
- Brown to rose colored skin, with vibrant orange flesh
- Moist, starchy, and fluffy texture with a sweet flavor and subtle earthiness taste
- Rich in fiber, beta-carotene, vitamin B6, vitamin C, potassium, iron, and calcium
- Pinkish, reddish, purplish skin color, with a creamy white to golden yellow flesh
- Drier, starchier texture than other varieties with a subtle, sweet and nutty and slightly floral flavor
- High in fiber, thiamin, calcium, potassium, vitamin A, and vitamin C
- Reddish, brownish skin color with an orange or goldish colored flesh
- Starchier and moister than other varieties with a sweet to savory flavor
- An excellent source of fiber, vitamin C, vitamin B6, iron, copper, and potassium
- Dark purple skin with vibrant purple flesh
- Drier, denser texture and rich flavor with more balanced sweetness than traditional sweet potatoes
- An excellent source of vitamins C and B6, potassium, and fiber and loaded with antioxidants
- Light brown to tan skin color, with a yellow to cream colored flesh
- Drier than orange flesh varieties with a mild, nutty taste
- High in potassium, vitamin A, and have antioxidants, vitamin E, and vitamin C
- Avoid storing sweet potatoes in the refrigerator, which will produce a hard center and unpleasant taste.
- Instead, store your sweet potatoes in a cool, dry, well ventilated container. For best results, store them in a basement or root cellar away from strong heat sources.