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Some of Our Favorite Sweet Potato Casserole Recipes for Thanksgiving

sweet potato casserole Sweet potato casserole is as essential to Thanksgiving as the turkey, cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie. Of course there are many things you can do with sweet potatoes: make a sweet potato casserole with marshmallows (or without), bake a sweet potato pie, or try a sweet potato souffle. Sweet potato recipes are endless and we’ve certainly shared a lot of them over the past week here on Family Kitchen. In case you missed any, here are some of our favorite sweet potato recipes…

Easy Sweet Potato Casserole with Marshmallows

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“I never liked sweet potatoes until my mother-in-law introduced me to easy baked sweet potatoes. The sweet potatoes I had at her home were the first fresh sweet potatoes I ever had, and I instantly fell in love.” -Angie McGowan, Eclectic Recipes

Southern Comfort Sweet Potato Casserole

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“There are so many amazing Sweet Potato Casserole Recipes to choose from for Thanksgiving Dinner. I am presenting four options for you to choose from based on your preferences: Southern Comfort, Bourbon, Pineapple and Streusel…” -Jennifer Savor The Thyme

A No-Measuring Sweet Potato Casserole

sweet potato casserole“Some home cooks don’t like to measure because they don’t need to. Others don’t like to because they don’t know that they need to. I don’t like to measure because I’m moving fast!” –Angie McGowan

Baked Sweet Potatoes with Pecans

sweet potato casserole“Are you looking for an alternative to traditional sweet potato casserole? These marshmallow and pecan topped sweet potatoes are sure to impress your holiday guests.” -Angie McGowan

Homemade Cinnamon Marshmallows for a Sweet Potato Upgrade

marshmallows “Sweet potato casserole topped with marshmallows is not exactly the height of haute cuisine. My combination? Roasted sweet potatoes, butter, a touch of cream, cinnamon, maple syrup, orange zest and, the piece de resistance, homemade cinnamon marshmallows.” -Stacie, OneHungryMama

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