Whether you're looking for a traditional recipe or a twist on the classic—we've got this holiday mainstay covered.
What tops your sweet potato casserole? Marshmallows? Crunchy, mapley oats? What about a delicious dollop of cranberry sauce?
No matter what your flavorful topping of choice may be, we have a recipe that will fit your festive table.
For this classic casserole, whip sweet potatoes until they're smooth and top with a delicious buttery brown sugar and pecan mixture.
View Recipe: Sweet Potato Casserole
When preparing our Meringue and Streusel-Topped Sweet Potatoes, if you don't have a pastry bag, simply fill a zip-top plastic
bag with the meringue, and snip a corner with kitchen shears. Personalize the meringue design any way you desire.
View Recipe: Meringue and Streusel-Topped Sweet Potatoes
Rare is the Thanksgiving table that doesn't hold something very similar to this dish. The enduring combination of sweet potatoes
mashed with butter and brown sugar and topped with toasted marshmallows is a taste everybody loves.
View Recipe: Traditional Sweet Potato Casserole
A streusel crust on this classic sweet potato side makes the dish extra special. Creamy sweet potatoes and crunchy pecans
serve as perfect companions in this no-fuss favorite.
View Recipe: Streuseled Sweet Potato Casserole
Try to get this one out of the way early to help things run more smoothly as you prep your holiday dinner. You can assemble
this casserole in its baking dish and store it, covered, in the refrigerator for up to a day.
View Recipe: Spiced Sweet Potato Casserole
These individual-sized versions of sweet potato casserole will be a holiday hit. But, if you want to keep it family style,
bake in a 1-quart casserole at 350º for 40 minutes.
View Recipe: Cranberry-and-Sweet Potato Bake
You can make this dish up to two days ahead. Simply bake the potatoes and assemble. Then refrigerate and bake just before
View Recipe: Maple-Pecan Sweet Potatoes