Sweet Potato Casseroles
The holidays alone are too far and few between to dish up sweet potato casserole. From streusel-topped versions to one studded with marshmallows, these easy recipes for sweet potato casserole should be on your list of year-round repeats.See Popular Sweet Potato Casseroles Recipes
This make-ahead sweet potato casserole has all of the classic flavors that you like with a better nutrition profile perfect for kids and adults alike.
A hint of spice and citrus make a buttery, streusel-topped sweet potato casserole extra special.
Coconut and peanut butter give this sweet potato and wild rice casserole a most intriguing Asian flavor, making it a perfect holiday side dish for adventurous eaters. When using coconut milk, shake the can vigorously before measuring -- its contents tend to settle.
Pumpkin pie spice flavors a sweet potato casserole. A corn flake topping adds a tasty crunch for this side dish recipe.
Use a mandoline to cut the vegetables into thin slices; they will turn tender when baked with chicken broth and a little cream.
Add pineapple and rum to an American favorite, the sweet potato casserole! It'll give the dish hints of the Hawaiian tropics that won't disappoint.
This colorful Christmas side dish recipe calls for winter leeks, which are stronger in flavor and texture than summer leeks, but any variety from the supermarket is fine.
This casserole recipe skips the step of browning the ground beef and boiling the sweet potatoes, keeping prep time to a minimum. Cinnamon and allspice lend exotic flavors to the beef and bean mixture.
Wake up early to put this quick prep sausage, vegetable and egg casserole into your slow cooker, then crawl back into bed. Set your alarm for two hours later and breakfast will be ready and waiting!
This dish is nothing like the marshmallow-topped Thanksgiving sweet potato casserole of old. Sauteed apples, a crunchy pecan crust, and spicy mashed sweet potatoes make for a sophisticated update.
Carrots add a unique twist to this staple of the holiday table.
Golden peaches and sweet potatoes complement each other in a brown sugar glaze.