As saltless recipes go, this was surprisingly good without salt, though we added a small touch of salt after tasting it as is. CHANGES FOR NEXT TIME: use only 1/2 C milk at first (whatever kind is on the rotation for the day: cow's, soy, milk or etc), & optionally use vegan butter if butter is needed at all. Cook pears down to a caramelized mixture next time like another reviewer did - just to see if that adds much oomph. If that doesn't impact the flavor much, them just add the pears to the same pan as the sweet T's after a few minutes of cooking. Hmmm, thinking of caramlized pears makes me think of caramlized onions. That might go well mixed in here too. Either that, or serve with onions sauteed with oil, honey, cinnamon and topped with a touch of walnuts. /// OH, I DID SOMETHING I WOULDN'T DO AGAIN..., I used a hand blender to smooth out the texture in part because I figured that if I whipped all of the sweet potato bits into smaller bits, it would interact with the moisture and be a bit less soupy. That worked well both at smoothing out the texture and thickening the mixture. Everyone liked this anyway, but I'll skip the blender wand next time because it was a touch too smooth. OR if I decide to use the blender wand, will only apply it to a small portion of the pan's contents.
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As saltless recipes go, this was surprisingly good without salt, though we added a small touch...