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First of all, I've had this recipe printed out since 01/22/07 and I wish I would've made this alot sooner.And now on to my review,I made the recipe as written,except I didn't add the raisins( I just don't do raisins)And being from the south adding marshmellows to sweet potatoes is a requirement,not an option.:).But the next time I make these,and they will be made again,I will drain all but about 1/4 cup of the liquid and cut the brown sugar bake to about 1/2 cup.They way it was written was just a little too sweet for us.Thank you for posting,and "Keep Smiling:)"
Thanks so much! This was very easy to make. I added some cinnamon and nutmeg to mine and it came out great. First Christmas at my house was great!
These were super simple to make and delicious! I added a generous sprinkling of cinnamon to mine. I will definitely be making them again. Thanks for posting!
Only problem with this recipe is I didn't make enough. Next time will double the recipe. Adding the craisins was a good idea.
YUM! Thanks for sharing this!
Definitely easy, definitely quick. This turned out perfect. There's no reason to go through any more trouble to fix this yummy dish. Though I did make a few minor changes. First, I used two cans of yams (80oz). Instead of just raisins, I used a combo of golden raisins, raisins, and cranberries (1/2 cup), but used the same amount as the recipe calls for brown sugar and marshmallows. Awesome!
Extremely easy to make and delicious. My favorite kind of recipe.
Easy to make and very good!
Very tasty yams, I somehow managed to forget the marshmallows at the store but they were still very good without them. Thanks!
This is how my grandmother always cooked yams. I didn't even know the difference between yams and sweet potatoes until I started watching the food network, lol! Every year for Christmas and Thanksgiving there would always be a bowl of these yams of the table, and they never lasted long. I recommend mashing the leftovers onto a roasted chicken or turkey sandwich.