Sweet Potato Gratin

We here at Technobake find true value in Panibois wooden baking molds. Not only do they save a ton of time but: you can prep, proof, bake, and serve in a single mold, the presentation is beautiful, cleanup is little to nothing, they are made from 100% biodegradable non-treated wood, and you can completely customize them with your logo, phrase, hashtag, handle, etc... (that's a mouthful)

With all of these amazing features, we'd be cutting ourselves short if we didn't offer a quick and easy "baking with Panibois" experience. With that said we are proud to welcome you to the second video of our:

Baking with Panibois, Video Series

People often associate November with Thanksgiving which primarily deals with family and food. What better way to show off a bit then to bring a delicious meal to the table? Whether you’re traveling or hosting Panibois makes prepping for Thanksgiving a breeze. This month we wanted to bring the savory side of our baking molds to the table for you to share. Chef Caroline Achard (@les_ateliers_de_caro) created a delicious Sweet Potato Gratin inspired by Chef Yotam Ottolenghi. We say delicious because we not only film the creation of these dishes, but of course, we get to dig in after the cameras stop rolling; and it is an absolute treat.

Not only is this recipe super simple, but with our easy to use to-go lids you can prep this in advance (bake for 45 minutes) bring everything to your destination, add the cream and finish them off in the oven. The aroma of the second bake with the cream and fresh sage is simply wonderful. Another option is simply gifting these molds to friends and family to let them heat them up for themselves. Not only are Panibois bake proof you can also freeze, microwave, and steam in them.

In addition, Panibois is great for food trucks, catering, and everything in between. If you’ve ever visited Europe and had a food truck experience, you’ll see how prevalent Panibois is. Not only because it’s so versatile, but because your company logo can be engraved on the side. These aren’t your standard flimsy paper serving dishes, rather a quality, fully supported, customizable serving and baking mold. If you’re looking to stand out among competitors, you’ll want to give Panibois a try. Try out one of our inexpensive sample packs today.

Sweet potatoes are a super versatile dish in and of themselves. You can mash, bake, candy, roast, grill, fry, and then some. This vegetable is naturally sweet, and a nutritional powerhouse packed with essential nutrients and vitamins. Sweet potatoes are available year-round, but they are a dish often found around the table during Thanksgiving. Although delicious, this recipe kicks them up a notch, get the one-page recipe pdf at the bottom of the page, watch the video above, or continue to follow along below to recreate this exquisite dish.




  • 4 large sweet potatoes (about 3½ lb, 1.5 kg)
  • 4 tbsp coarsely chopped sage
  • 4 cloves crushed garlic
  • 4 scallions, thinly sliced
  • 2 tsp coarse sea salt
  • ½ tsp ground black pepper
  • 1 cup (250ml) heavy whipping cream
  • 2 tbsp pumpkin seeds (optional)
  • 1 tbsp chopped sage
  • 4 prince baking molds
  • preheat oven to 400°F



      • Pre-heat oven to 400°F
      • Peel sweet potatoes, rinse, and dry
      • Using a mandoline or a knife, cut sweet potatoes into thick slices roughly ¼" or 5mm thick
      • In a bowl mix: sweet potatoes, sage, crushed garlic, scallion slices, salt, and pepper
      • Arrange sweet potato slices in the molds (try to pack them tight standing up next to eachother). Throw any garlic, sage, or scallions remaining in the bowl over the potatoes.
      • Cover the molds with aluminum foil and bake for 45 minutes
      • After baking remove foil, pour heavy whipping cream over the potatoes in each mold and bake for an additional 25 minutes at 400°F (potatoes should be totally soft when finished)
      • Garnish the potatoes with the remaining chopped sage and scallions and add roasted pumpkin seeds for additional texture.
      • Enjoy!

      sweet potato gratin

      That's all there is to it, this super simple, quick-make recipe is a great dish to bring to the table this November. Although sweet potatoes are delicious by themselves this is a great alternative you the standard diced baked sweet potatoes. Be sure to let us know what you think of this recipe in the comments below, give chef Caroline Achard a follow on social media and share your images with us by tagging #Technobake on Instagram!



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