When I think of home, I think of the rolling hills and trees of West Virginia, the little Oklahoma farm that raised my mom and her siblings, my father’s Texan drawl, his pint-sized, pistol of a mother—my Grandma Exie—and her famous Sweet Potato Pie.
My Uncle Robert decided to plant sweet potatoes on our little family farm in Locust Grove, Oklahoma. And well, I didn’t have to look far for inspiration on how to use them. Farmer Jen’s Sweet Potato Pie is now available for purchase online, and, just to keep the good vibes rolling, proceeds from every purchase will be donated to Save the Children—a non-profit organization helping kids get a healthier start, for a healthier, happier tomorrow.
Any way you slice it—from adapting Grandma Exie’s recipe (she is scratching her halo, wondering how it tastes so good without adding sugar!), to pulling sweet potatoes out of the ground with my Uncle Robert, to seeing the beautiful work Save the Children does helping kids right here in the United States—Farmer Jen’s Sweet Potato Pie gives me the warm, fuzzy feeling of home.
I hope your family loves it as much as I do.
An homage to Jennifer’s favorite family recipe and inspired by the sweet potatoes planted and harvested on her family farm in Locust Grove, Oklahoma, our new Farmer Jen’s Sweet Potato Pie flavor blends savory sweet potatoes with silky coconut milk, sweet dates, and a touch of vanilla for a pie in a pouch perfect for little palates!
Plus, for every Farmer Jen’s Sweet Potato Pie, purchased, $0.25 will be donated to Save the Children (up to $50,000.00).
Check out our favorite fall recipes including Grandma Exie's Sweet Potato Pudding!