Purple Yam Bars

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Embracing the Filipino purple yam or ube trend, this is a delicious and unique recipe from TV personality, cake designer, chef and Cake Boss: Next Great Baker contestant, Greggy Soriano. The Purple Yam Bars are sure to make a statement this holiday season! ​Top with organic powdered sugar for that extra touch!

Purple​ ​Yam​ ​Bars

Prep​ ​Time:​ ​5​ ​Minutes Cooking​ ​Time:​ ​1​ ​Hour​ ​15​ ​Minutes Total​ ​Time:​ ​1​ ​Hour​ ​20​ ​Minutes

Ingredients

The​ ​Crust:

2​ ​cups​ ​Graham​ ​cracker​ ​crumbs  (“Mom” prefers Annie’s Organic Honey Grahams, crushed)
1/2​ ​cup​ ​sugar (“Mom” prefers Organic Sugar in the Raw)
1​ ​tsp.​ ​kosher​ ​salt
8​ ​Tbsp.​ ​unsalted​ ​butter,​ ​melted (“Mom” prefers organic)

The​ ​Filling:

2​ ​cups​ ​grated​ ​purple​ ​yams​ ​(Use thawed​ ​if​ ​frozen.​ ​​​You​ ​could​ ​also​ ​use​ ​whole​ ​Purple yams,​ ​cooked​ ​until​ ​tender​ ​by poking ​with​ ​fork​ ​and​ ​wrapped​ ​in​ a ​moist​ ​paper​ ​towel​ ​in a microwave​ ​for​ ​7-8​ ​minutes​ ​on​ ​high).​ ​​
1 ​14oz.​ ​can​ ​of​ ​Eagle​ ​Brand®​ ​Sweetened​ ​Condensed​ ​Milk
3​ ​large​ ​eggs (“Mom” prefers cage-free, organic eggs)
2​ ​tsp.​ ​pure​ ​vanilla​ ​extract (“Mom” prefers Nielsen-Massey Organic Fairtrade Madagascar Bourbon Pure Vanilla Extract)
1​ ​cup​ ​heavy​ ​cream (“Mom” prefers Organic Valley Heavy Whipping Cream)
Organic Powdered​ ​sugar​ ​for​ ​garnish​ ​(​optional)

Preparation

How​ ​to​ ​Make​ ​the​ ​Crust:

1. Preheat​ ​oven​ ​to​ ​350°.​ ​Line​ ​an​ ​8″-x-8″​ ​baking​ ​pan​ ​with​ ​parchment​ ​paper​ ​with​ ​two pieces​ ​overlapping​ ​each​ ​other​ ​with​ ​extra​ ​parchment​ ​coming​ ​up​ ​the​ ​sides​ ​of​ ​the pan.​ ​​ ​You​ ​can​ ​use​ ​binder​ ​clips​ ​to​ ​secure​ ​the​ ​parchment.​ ​ ​In​ ​a​ ​bowl,​ ​add​ ​graham cracker​ ​crumbs,​ ​sugar,​ ​salt,​ ​and​ ​melted​ ​butter​ ​until​ ​combined​ ​and​ ​holds​ ​it’s shape​ ​when​ ​pressed​ ​together.​ ​​ ​Press​ ​into​ ​pan​ ​and​ ​bake​ ​until​ ​golden,​ ​10​ ​minutes.

How​ ​to​ ​Make​ ​the​ ​Filling:

2.​ ​​​Mix​ ​together​ ​all​ ​filling​ ​ingredients​ ​until​ ​evenly​ ​combined.

Bake:
3.​ ​​Add​ ​filling​ ​to​ ​crust​ ​and​ ​bake​ ​until​ ​set,​ ​about​ ​for​ ​48​ ​to​ ​50​ ​​ ​minutes.​ ​Set​ ​aside​ ​to cool.​ ​Garnish​ ​by​ ​dusting​ ​powdered​ ​sugar​ ​on​ ​top.​ ​​​Slice​ ​and​ ​enjoy!

Makes ​12-16​ ​servings.

*Recipe and image courtesy of TV personality, cake designer, chef and Cake Boss: Next Great Baker contestant, Greggy Soriano.*

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