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This recipe is simply outstanding! This is similar to the Sweet Potato Puff that my family has been making for as long as I can remember but we all decided we like this one better! What really *makes* this recipe is the spices in the topping. I made exactly to the recipe except that instead of boiling the sweet potatoes, I cut them into about 3/4-inch chunks, drizzled on a tiny bit of olive oil, and roasted them at 400 deg. F for 45 minutes. Made this for a Thanksgiving potluck and my family requested that I make it again Thursday for T-giving day. I'm also printing out a copy for someone else that was at the potluck. Thanks so much for the recipe bayou-mimi!

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flower7 November 19, 2006

See the crooked photo, lol. This was really, really yummy but too sweet for our tastes. I think I'll try it w/ less brown sugar in the topping & get back to you...

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Elmotoo November 16, 2006

This had a good flavor and the streusel was a nice addition.

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Dreamgoddess September 29, 2006

Very good flavor. The streusel didn't bake into a "crust" like I had expected, but I will be making again at Christmas. Probably will double the streausel mix.

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Cinnamon1025 December 01, 2004
Maple Squished Sweet Potato Bake W/ Spiced Pecan Streusel