SWEET POTATO GNOCCHI | gluten-free + paleo



This sweet potato gnocchi is both gluten-free and paleo and topped with a delicious sage walnut pesto. It’s the perfect hearty and savory meal for fall and I think …

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28 Responses to SWEET POTATO GNOCCHI | gluten-free + paleo

  1. Hi guys! We're jumping into fall this week with Sweet Potato Gnocchi. Make sure to check out the full recipe post (linked in the description box) as I have additional tips on my website. Next week I won't have a new video as I'll be at the Vitamix Headquarters (so excited!) – but if you'd like to go behind-the-scenes with me watch on Instagram stories: https://www.instagram.com/downshiftology/ Enjoy the recipe! xo – Lisa

  2. Ur recipes always to the point and i love the way you explain everything in detail🤗 much love from Germany Lisa❣️

  3. Macabre says:

    It's a dish of glue ?

  4. Anna C says:

    This looks amazing, I won't lie but I will just eat the sweet potato right after I baked it and just have sweet mash potatoes with pesto sauce 🙂

  5. vonnie rho says:

    Love the recipe however what could I do to make it with no nuts

  6. Gary Blick says:

    I have been new to Downshiftology for the past month or so, but as I dive deeper into your channel, website, and instagram– I find more and more that I absolutely love! From gadgets, to spices, to pantry staples, to recipes…. Thank you for sharing and for being my go to #kitchengoals!!!

  7. Awe! Gnocchi! My dad showed me how to make these.
    I can't wait to try your recipe. Your the best. One hell of a cook!

  8. Another trick we use in Italy to create the indentation is using a cheese grater!

  9. can you use yams? I find sweet potatoes too sweet

  10. Felicia K. says:

    I made this last night. Was going to comment then but I was too tired. I had no sweet potato, so I used butternut squash. DO NOT USE BUTTERNUT SQUASH WITH IT LIKE I DID. I repeat: do not use butternut squash. It is not the same thing. I learned the hard way, 4 halves of squash, 4 cups of almond flour, 4 hours later…I'm just glad it tastes good :')

  11. Aw man, those look great but too much work….I'm exhausted just from watching. Can I mow your lawn or something for few?

  12. You make food look delicious again!!

  13. Hi, thanks for the video. I wanted to know what brand is the serving plate in the video and where did you purchase it?

  14. Na'omi Keith says:

    This sounds awesome! I love gnocchi and sweet potatoes so this would awesome to try. Do you have a cook book?

  15. Your cooking absolutely amazing. Love every recipe)

  16. Can't wait to see what new fall recipes and tips for meal prep you will put out this year.

  17. Rose Real says:

    Can I use Quinoa flour or coconut flour..Almond flour too expensive

  18. They look fantastic. I love the retro vibe.

  19. Yum!!!!! Can’t wait to try this! 😋

  20. Toja Toja says:

    You are amazing! Your videos are tranquil, informative, and make me hungry all in one!

  21. Hi Lisa. I am sooo happy that I saw ur recipes. I am really excited to whip up ur recipes. I also want to start minimalist life. But it's a bit difficult. But I wont stop tryi g

  22. Hi, am loving your videos and am so inspired to start meal prepping on Sundays. Do these gnocchi store well, if so for how long?

  23. Thanks for this cool recipe. Is it also fine to use maize starch to substitute arrowroot powder?

  24. This would be extra delicious with chopped bacon in it…

  25. This video just popped up. I will try this recipe some time. This video reminded me of my dear grandmother making gnocchi on Sundays.

  26. Interesting recipe, I'll definitely give it a try. Just a small suggestion from an Italian new subscriber: after cutting the dough rope into pieces, roll them as little balls between the palm of your hands and then roll them on the paddle OR (and that's what my family has always done) on the back of a cheese grater. I always roll them with a movement from the bottom to the top of the paddle/grater. It's easier and they turn out more regular.

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