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Recipe for Sweet Potato Casserole
It's That Good!

In my family, sweet potato casserole is a must on a holiday table. For years, it was the one with the gooey marshmallow topping. About eight years ago, we discovered the scrumptious recipe I want to share with you today.

At Thanksgiving, our families gather at the table for perhaps one of the few times during the year. 

We woman pour our love of family into preparing that meal. Sometimes, skill or luck run against us and the turkey is undercooked or dry. Or the gravy is lumpy.

But there is one dish that requires minimal effort and is always delicious. 
Anyone who eats it begs for leftovers and the recipe.

That wonder dish is the Legendary Sweet Potato Casserole.
This casserole goes as well with the Thanksgiving Turkey as the Easter Ham.
The next day, we often eat it by itself as a dessert.

One last warning before I share this recipe for the ultimate sweet potato bake. Once you make this once, it will be required on every holiday table from now on.

It’s that good!

Legendary Sweet Potato Casserole

3 large sweet potatoes
1 cup sugar
2 eggs (egg substitute works fine)
1 stick butter, softened
1 tsp vanilla extract

Crunch Topping (hint: you may want to double the topping)
1/3 cup melted butter
1/3 cup flour
1 cup brown sugar
1 cup chopped pecans
1 Tblsp cinnamon

Boil the sweet potatoes until tender. When cooled enough, peal the skins off. In a large bowl, whip potatoes until fluffy. Mix in the sugar, eggs, softened butter and vanilla.
Spray a glass 9x13” pan with cooking spray. Pour in potatoes and top with crunch topping. 
Bake at 350°F for 45 minutes.

Happy Thanksgiving!
May you have all your loved ones around your table.

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