Recipe by Jenn
"I got this super-easy recipe from a restaurant back in the 90s. It is a must-have whenever I serve sweet potato fries. Plain Greek yogurt and sugar-free syrup can be substituted to make it lighter. Feel free to adjust the amount of ingredients depending on your tastes. Hope you enjoy!"
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Just what I was looking for with sweet potato fries. So easy and so good. Thanks!
I'm the submitter of this recipe. I use maple pancake syrup, not pure maple syrup. I love pure maple syrup myself, if I could afford it, it would also work here, but it is sweeter, so use your own judgement when adding the amount. You really can't screw this recipe up! If it's too sweet add a little more mayo. For this recipe, I never measure, just add the 2 together until I get it the way I like it. Hope you enjoy!
The guys didn't care for this too much, but I thought it was very good! I used Hellmann's light mayo and light maple syrup...very tasty...will make again! Thanks for sharing. :)
Nice Flavor added a little cinnamon... love it!
This was great with sweet potato fries! Thanks!
Excellent with sweet potato fries
I thought it sounded kinda weird, but it turned out to be pretty good! :) Thanks for the recipe. :)
Just what I was looking for---a restaurant always had this sweet, spiny dipping sauce with their sweet potato fries. I like to add a little hot sauce/cayenne to zing them up!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Creamy Maple Dip For Sweet Potato Fries
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 99
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