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Berry-Mallow Yam Bake

I've made this casserole almost every year for about 20 years at Thanksgiving. It's become a tradition and the whole family loves it, I hope you will like it, too!

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  • Preheat oven to 350*.
  • Mix together flour, brown sugar, oats, and cinnamon; cut in butter.
  • In large bowl, toss half of the crumb mixture with the yams and cranberry sauce and arrange in casserole dish.
  • Sprinkle remaining crumb mixture on top.
  • Bake for 35 minutes.
  • Place marshmallows on top and put under broiler until marshmallows are golden brown and toasty.
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"I've made this casserole almost every year for about 20 years at Thanksgiving. It's become a tradition and the whole family loves it, I hope you will like it, too!"
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  1. Jena5690
    This is our family recipe for the holidays too. My mom still has the magazine page she cut out in 1978. Our version uses 1C fresh cranberries instead of whole cranberry sauce, but is otherwise the same.<br/><br/>If you have some marshmallow haters in your crowd, you can make a ring of marshmallows around the outside of the casserole, leaving the center marshmallow-free for the haters.
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  2. Jena5690
    This is our family recipe for the holidays too. My mom still has the magazine page she cut out in 1978. Our version uses 1C fresh cranberries instead of whole cranberry sauce, but is otherwise the same.<br/><br/>If you have some marshmallow haters in your crowd, you can make a ring of marshmallows around the outside of the casserole, leaving the center marshmallow-free for the haters.
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  3. Incredibletactics
    Amazingly delicious. If one were to adapt this recipe into a sweet-crust pie it would become the ultimate dessert.
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  4. GREG IN SAN DIEGO
    Yams had never been a "part" of my traditional Thanksgiving meals, but I had a guest this year who "expected them." So, knowing that this Chef always has wonderful recipes, I tried this Yam Bake. Two things happened: First, my "yam-lover" guest was impressed and, second, I've become a believer. This is dish I'll serve on my Thanksgiving buffet from now on and forever. Thanks for a great recipe!
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  5. MagnoliaFly
    I make this every Thanksgiving and Christmas. This dish is excellent and easy to make. I even love it cold the next morning when we have some leftover.
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