Thanksgiving Sweet Potato
...Sweeter Than Pie

Thanksgiving sweet potato is a side dish that brings extra sweetness
to your Thanksgiving dinner

It is simple and quick to make and takes almost no time if we prepare it the night before. Follow these simple steps that we have broken down for you and enjoy this dish as one of this year's thanksgiving side dishes. I think we are actually starting to try to look for reasons to have this dish more often. It tastes so great! We use to have it once a year, and that was only for our Christmas eve dinner celebration at our home with another invited family and some friends, but we have since added it naturally into our thanksgiving celebration and even for an anniversary or a dinner get together with friends. It is always one of the biggest food dish hits. Your celebration really can't do without this one.

Sweet-Potato Dish
Ingredients List
- 1/2 rolled oats
- 1/2 cup all purpose flour
- 1/2 packed brown sugar
- 1 tsp ground cinnamon
- 6 Tbsp butter
- 2 large sweet-potatoes(1 kg), steamed or boiled until tender
- crumb mixture
- 2 cups miniature white marshmallows
Cut the potatoes into small cubes and steam for 25 minutes or boil until tender. Preheat oven to 175C(350F).
Making The 'Crumb Mix'
  1. Stir oats, flour, sugar, cinnamon & butter in a large mixing bowl
  2. Set half of the crumb mixture aside
Baking The 'Dish'
  1. Stir together the potatoes and the 'crumb mix'
  2. Transfer to casserole dish and add the remaining crumbs
  3. Bake uncovered in oven for 30 minutes
  4. Remove from oven and cover with marshmallows
  5. Bake until lightly browned (approx. 10 minutes)

Serving this warm dish with your Thanksgiving turkey dinner will satisfy anyone's sweet tooth. Whether you want to use this recipe for your Thanksgiving dinner or as part of your Christmas dinner, this is sure to be a hit. Enjoy this dish with your family as you celebrate together.

Details For This Dish
Serving Totals: serves 10-12
Preparation Time: 10 min
The Cooking Time: 40 min

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