6 Reviews

Been making this recipe for years. My daughter convinced me and so I nixed the sugar in the potato mixture as well as cutting the butter in half. Family of 10 children and 37 grandchildren like it better not so sweet. I have even omitted the eggs on occasion. Everywhere I take it is a big hit. None of the family, including extended family will eat any other and always asks for the recipe. They too seem to prefer it not so sweet. It is a great basic recipe

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kstor1 December 28, 2009

This was spectacular! I had a friend with a nut allergy so I nixed the pecans and flour and mixed the butter and brown sugar with honey bunches of oats cereal for the topping....it was AWESOME! Thanks so much for sharing!

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Chef Reed's Wife January 21, 2009

I probably wouldn't put so much nutmeg and allspice in there next time. Maybe half of each amount said in recipe. Otherwise, very good!

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Kate J. November 29, 2013

My whole family loved this recipe,it was so good!!1

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missduffy30@yahoo.com April 05, 2008

My aunt always makes the best sweet potatos and i've been looking for the recipe for when she's a no show. This was def it, made it for Easter and was an instant hit. Thanks!

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Momma of 4 #795827 March 26, 2008

When my husband told me no more cheesy potatoes for Easter dinner I went on-line and found this receipe and To Die for Make-Ahead Mashed Potatoes, (Make-Ahead Mashed Potatoes.) Both were easy and fun to make. They were a big hit and I will be adding them to our collection of family favorite receipes. Many Thanks!

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DIANE March 23, 2008
Grandma Louise's Sweet Potato Casserole With Praline Topping