Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 30 mins

Another one of my Mama's. This is so good, you could eat it as a dessert if you wanted to. A must for Thanksgiving.


  1. Mix casserole ingredients together.
  2. Put into greased 2 qt casserole dish.
  3. Pour topping evenly over top.
  4. Bake in preheated 350 degree oven for 25 to 35 minutes.
Most Helpful

I can't imagine anyone not loving this recipe! My mom has a recipe similar to this, but she was coming to my house for Thanksgiving and forgot her recipe! So, this one looked similar to what hers is like and I made it--I got rave reviews from everyone in the family! It was the first dish to disappear. It actually made me feel kind of bad to get such compliments on a dish that my mom has been making for years...I guess this is just a better recipe...I'm sure not telling Mom, though. Thanks so much!

Dulcet Kitchen December 01, 2009

Worked perfectly! I only used 2/3 cup sugar and half the butter it called for in the recipe and it was plenty sweet for our tastes. For the topping, I used marshmellows topped with brown sugar. The marshmellows carmalized with the brown sugar for a yummy topping. Plus, I wanted to cut down on the amount of butter, sugar that the recipe needed. Thanks!

Petite Mommy November 23, 2007

I thought I should review this recipe also since it is a copy of Cristin's Sweet Potatoe Casserole. I used low-fat evaporated milk, light butter, egg beaters and Splenda to keep the calories down. This recipe called for chopped pecans on the top which I left out do to calories. Thanks for such a great recipe.

Audrey M November 11, 2003

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