5 Reviews

What a delicious recipe! I roasted the sweet potatoes for ~ 2 hours (Stupendous Slow Baked Sweet Potatoes), which makes them very sweet. I used just over 1/2 cup turbinado sugar in place of the brown sugar. I omitted the margarine in the filling. For the topping, I splurged and used 4 tablespoons of butter and cut the sugar to 1/2 cup. Everyone raved about this dish and said how silky smooth the filling was. I thought it was fantastic and I can't wait to eat the leftovers for dinner tonight.

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veggie_mama December 25, 2009

We had this at Thanksgiving. Everyone, vegan or not raved about it. We're doing it again for Christmas.

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vizslar December 23, 2008

Interesting idea, but the end result is nothing resemblent of a traditional souffle. As a souffle, I can't give it a high rating.

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selfmadegirl October 11, 2008

mmm VERY good! i made this last night . i've never made thanksgiving dinner before.. kinda new to cooking... and i have my inlaws coming this year.. we are having a VEGAN thanksgiving!! but i am experimenting with recipes before then and this one is ABSOLUTELY on the menu! No one else in my family is vegan, so i am trying hard to make sure they have a thanksgiving meal they wont forget!

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spiphyvegan October 16, 2007

Yup, good stuff! I'm addicted to pumpkin pie, so this definitely eased the cravings...

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foodcurious August 20, 2007
Vegan Sweet Potato Souffle