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A few weeks ago I was home all day with a sick child and decided to do an impromptu mini session of OAMC. I had to use what I had, though. And what I had was a lot of sweet potatoes. So I made this and put it in the freezer. Pulled it out on Christmas eve and let it sit in the fridge until Christmas afternoon. Baked it a little longer than said in the directions, as there were still some tiny ice crystals. Some people LOVED it (and had three helpings) and some liked it just fine. So the 4 stars. Easy to make and a nice fast addition to Christmas dinner. Thanks.

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ladypit December 26, 2007

I made this for Freezer Tag, and thought it was great. I agree with the other reviews...it was REALLY sweet. Next time I will cut back on the sugar. The topping was incredible. I used a random can of Yams, and it was ridiculously easy and quick to prepare. I assembled the entire thing, including topping, and put it into the freezer. When ready I let it thaw in the refrigerator overnight and baked as directed. Since it froze so well, it would be a good way to use up yams before they go bad and freeze for later.

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Messie Chef October 15, 2007

The peacans were a wonderful touch, definatly sweet might cut it down to a half cup or maybe 3/4 next time. overall great recipe

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Michelle_My_Belle January 25, 2007

I forgot to rate this the first time I tried it months ago. It was so sweet and absolutely delicious. I made it again for Easter, and didn't make the real topping (which is excellent), just used a sprinkling of chopped pecans. It's REALLY sweet and an excellent side dish.

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Wise Rita April 16, 2006
Yummy Yam Casserole