Slightly Obsessed

With sweet potatoes. I am obsessed with sweet potatoes – this is a new low.

But they’re not just any sweet potatoes, they are the Pioneer Woman’s Soul Sweet ‘Taters and they are quite possibly the best things I’ve ever made.

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A delicious concoction of sweet potatoes, milk, eggs, vanilla, brown sugar, sugar, pecans, butter, flour, and salt.

Amazing.

Make them for Christmas, you will not regret it. I know, I know, you don’t like sweet potatoes. Well, friends, these are not your grandma’s syrupy, marshmallow-laden canned yams. They are heaven on a plate.

Make them. And then invite me over.

And while you’re at it, whip up some of these pumpkin pie cupcakes:

Photo from Une-deux senses

White cupcakes with a graham cracker crust, iced with pumpkin pie. Yum. My I-don’t-like-sweet-stuff diabetic husband ate four.

It’s no wonder I gained 40 pounds this weekend.

Did you discover any amazing recipes this Thanksgiving? If so, share them in the comments!

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  1. Those taters sound like the ones Beth makes, which are aweeee-some. For Sophie’s thanksgiving feast at school, I made some with butter, brown sugar, cream, and maple syrup that were quite delectable!

  2. burns, we have covered this extensively by text message. sweet potatoes are gross.

    • unless they are fried in fry or chip form. then they are delicious.

      • I’m telling you, you would like these. Need I remind you of the other ingredients: milk, eggs, vanilla, brown sugar, sugar, pecans, butter, flour, and salt.

        TELL ME THAT IS GROSS.

        • still gross.

          admittedly, my palate might not be the best judge of things lately. i have never really liked sweet potatoes and the only things i have any desire to eat these days is a bowl of cereal with bananas in it or a mcdonald’s 2 cheeseburger value meal with orange Hi-C. i am the picture of health.

          • Gina – you and I can be friends now. Sweet potatoes are gross. Finally someone agrees with me.

  3. I do like the sweet potatoes Jenny made at Thanksgiving a couple of years ago while we were in VA. But, frankly my dear, I’d rather just have plain old potatoes!

    UP

  4. Mmmmm! I love those sweet potatoes! My recipe is a little bit simpler with no eggs and no milk, but same casserole basically. They are a crowd pleaser and I get stuck making them every year! I also can’t live without my grandma’s green bean casserole. This is a different recipe from the tradional cream of mushroom soup topped with French’s onions. It is a delicious blend of french style green beans, sour cream and swiss cheese topped with crushed cornflakes and butter. I cannot tell you how delicious it is! I crave it every year! Here is a similar recipe online http://www.yummly.com/recipe/external/Tim_s-Green-Bean-Casserole-Extraordinaire-Allrecipes. Good luck with your Thanksgiving preparations!

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