good but the recipe is a MESS! 1) is the butter for the topping ALSO supposed to be melted like the butter in the casserole itself? you don't say. 2) are the sweet potatoes supposed to be drained or did you forget to mention that? I assumed to drain the potatoes and I assumed to melt the butter and it came out fine- nothing spectacular, just a basic back of the box recipe. but neglecting those 2 details is important.
Great recipe, I use it often. The only thing is, I was a little confused about the butterat first, but I melt it and mix the flour with it along with the brown sugar, and spread it on the top. I also add a little nutmeg and cinnamon on top. My husband loves it! :-)
Great recipe! My family (9 of us) ate every bit of this casserole. My brother can't eat nuts, so I wanted a recipe without pecans. This recipe got rave reviews from every person, even the 2 picky kids who I had to encourage to eat just one bite. They even asked for more. I added just a little bit more brown sugar to the topping. We had it for Thanksgiving and the day after, my kids wanted me to make another one! This recipe is terrific and I will be making it from now on!
This is an excellent recipe. I used brown sugar instead of white and I used less-about 3/4 cup. I also added a tablespoon of cinnamon in the topping. The top became crusty and crunchy-a nice addition to the sweet potatoes. It was delicious.
I have been looking for something like this and everything I found had nuts. Found this recipe and made it the same day (today) and LOOOOVVEEED it! Thank you so much for sharing.