Sopaipillas are a fried, doughy pastry that are so easy to make and so good that they're dangerously addictive.
Got any sweet potato or pumpkin purée leftovers? Transform them into sopaipillas! These puffy, deep-fried doughy "pillows" can be found all over Latin America, although they can go by other names (including "sopapillas") and can vary slightly in the recipe. In parts of Chile, pumpkin is a common addition to the traditional sopaipilla. They make for a delicious dessert, an indulgent snack, or a tasty accompaniment to your morning coffee. Just fry them up, drizzle with honey or sugar, and enjoy!