Sweet Potato Pineapple Casserole

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  • Combine all ingredients except marshmallows in mixing bowl; beat well.
  • Butter baking dish; place 1/2 of mixture in dish, dot with marshmallows.
  • Add remaining mixture and bake at 350 degrees for 40 minutes.
  • Remove from oven, dot with marshmallows and bake another 10 minutes or until golden brown.

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  1. OutnumberedByPeanuts
    I made this as a side dish last week and it worked out great. I ended up using fresh sweet potatoes since I was already cooking some up for my one year-old. Other than that and omitting the salt to reduce sodium, I followed the directions as stated. The pineapple is a nice change. Thanks for posting - I'll be keeping this recipe around for future use!
  2. Pam-I-Am
    I'm glad I found this recipe. My mom always put crushed pineapple in her sweet potato casserole. I was glad to find a recipe to guide me. Only change I made was making the yams from scratch. I peeled and boiled 4 large yams and then added all the other ingredients. I had a huge amount for the 6 of us and there was only one serving left! Everyone had 2nds. Thanks for sharing.
  3. Kim7459
    Thank-you for posting this recipe. I used it as a base recipe to make my own Pineapple Sweet Potato Cassarole. It turned out great. I used 2 27 oz. cans of sweet potatos, three egg whites, 1 20 oz can drained pineapple. I left out the salt, and did 1 and a half of the rest of the ingredents and 1 tsp. of vanilla. Thanks again for posting this. it really helped me put together what I was wanting to make.
  4. petlover
    I made this with the larger size sweet potatos in the can ( the 40 oz Bruces Yams) so I had to double everything. I mixed everything in the kitchenaid. It all fit in a lasagna pan. The recipe did not say to drain the canned sweet potatoes so I left the liquid in. The dish took a long time to cook ( about 1 1/2 hours) so next time I will be draining the sweet potatoes. I loved the taste of sweet potato with pineapple. I will be making this again. Thanks PRuerwwein.



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