An oxymoron-sounding name, but a real Taiwanese classic: Frozen Baked Sweet Potatoes. These are baked to caramel-sweet perfection, then frozen to achieve an almost popsicle-like texture.
Sweet potatoes are a staple in Taiwanese cuisine: they are second to rice as the starch of choice. In Taiwan, these are so commonplace you’ll find them packaged in 7-Eleven. And oddly enough, it’s some of the best sweet potatoes you’ve ever had.
As a bonus, frozen baked sweet potatoes like this is known to contain less calories, as well as a number of health benefits. The freezing process creates an abundance of “resistant starches,” which passes through the small intestine without getting digested and instead feeds bacterial fermentation in the colon.