Nothing says Thanksgiving or Christmas like our family’s favorite sweet potato casserole. It is sooooo yummy and with a praline topping it should almost be classified as desert. This recipe made it’s way to Canada from Alabama years ago, and it’s been a staple at most of our holiday meals since then. This is a pretty popular recipe down South but not very common in Canada. It’s always a hit a potluck parties and the recipe was actually pinned to the information wall at our office! (That was clearly before Pinterest even existed.)
It has a few steps but it’s totally worth it. Lately, I’ve been making the entire recipe ahead of time and refrigerating overnight. I just pop it in the oven 30 to 45 before dinner is served. FYI- I always double the topping. Because pecans and sugar and all that good stuff.
Be prepared to hand out the recipe. Because, hands down, the best way to eat a vegetable is when it’s under a praline coating. I heart you, hidden vegetables.
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