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I really enjoyed these potatoes! They almost tasted like sweet potato pie. I made these to go with a ham at Christmas, and they paired very well. The only change I'll make is to reduce the cinnamon next time. Made for TYM tag.

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breezermom December 26, 2009

These are so good. I did the oven method and cut the recipe in 1/2 to serve 2-3. DS who normally is not a sweet-potato fan was even caught snatching a couple right from the dish and popping into his mouth. Easy plus delicious!!!

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CoffeeB December 13, 2009

so so so delicious Kit I made them on the grill as you recommended, we loved them they taste just like candy mabey better, thank you

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kusinera July 25, 2009

Kitten.... these candied sweets were fabulous.. much better than the ones i'd been making.. the sweetness was perfect and were very easy to make.. will make often.. thanks for sharing... nita

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nita 284904 southern girl May 25, 2009

Yummy Yams! I wanted to use up only 1 sweet potato, so I used amounts for 1 1/2 servings. I tossed potatoes directly in the pot in which I melted the sugar (less clean-up). I also lined my baking dish with foil (also for clean-up). Popped this in my convection toaster-oven and it was ready in less than 30 minutes. These truly are candied! Some of the pieces on the side were slightly crunchy and stuck to my teeth, like caramel :) Ate them right out of the pan. Thanks for another great recipe Kittencal!!!

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Geniale Genie May 24, 2009
Candied Baked Sweet Potatoes (Oven or Grill)