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A great recipe and very good tasting. I was looking for a recipe that didn't have so much sugar in them as many of the recipes call for. I used my own sweet potatoes, cut up, cooked and mashed - about 4 medium sweet potatoes. That also cut down on the sweetness. It was nice using the crock pot, also, although I would do four hours on low next time rather than high. It seemed to me that it was just on the verge of burning. It might have been my crock pot, since crock pots vary. I think that if you do use the crock pot, it bears watching. Over all, a recipe that was good enough for me to say that I will surely use it again.
Delicious! I don't believe it necessary to use a crockpot however, next time I will just try it in a casserole dish in the oven for an hour or two on about 300 degrees?
This was wonderful and a big hit with our Thanksgiving guests! We halved the recipe and made it in a small crockpot. We did leave the topping the same as the directions however, and it worked out perfectly! Super easy and soooo good. Thanks for posting!
Took this to family Thanksgiving and it was a hit! I doubled the recipe because we have a huge extended family, and it was gone within minutes! Thanks for such an easy and delicious recipe!!!!
I have made this for a large family Thanksgiving for two years in a row. It always receives rave reviews. Easy to make and transport in the crockpot. I bake real sweet potatoes and peel them instead of using canned sweet potatoes because we grow them.