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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of the Minerva Dairy. All opinions are entirely my own.
Buttery Sweet Potato Casserole is an appetizing and amazing side dish or dessert that will make any holiday dinner that much more special.
The holiday season is known as the coziest time of the year, and I couldn’t agree more. A time to relax, reflect and celebrate life with your loved ones is always a necessity.
I am so grateful for everything that I have achieved alongside with a very supportive family.
I make sure to seize maximum advantage during the holiday season to fully enjoy it. So, I prepare food in advance as well as include everyone in some sort of activity to make family dinners over the holiday season much easier on me.
Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and it honestly has to be one of my favorite celebrations. I must add that because of my profession, I have grown a love for food even more.
As well as admire experimenting out of my comfort zone when making different genres of it.
During Thanksgiving, I get the best of both worlds! I adore spending time with my dear family, and when we all gather together and share food around the table, it feels like my whole world is utterly complete.
One dish that will surely make it on a platter this year and many more to come is my sweet potato casserole. This delectable treat is delicate and so versatile.
You can traditionally serve it as a side dish delicacy, or a simple dessert. It’s naturally filling and sweet but not uncomfortably sugary.
It sits pleasantly after the savory main meal and abundantly satisfies any candied craving.
You can present it at any holiday party imaginable, or just on a cold, rainy night. Although Thanksgiving dinner is the most appropriate time of the year when this superb casserole is served the most.
Minerva Dairy Amish Butter undoubtedly makes this magnificent treat possible. I partnered with America’s oldest family-owned creamery once again to bring you an easy, yet fabulous recipe.
This butter is rich, creamy, and full of flavor because it has 85 present butterfat. It gives the casserole such a delicate and soft relish that is indescribable.
It melts in your mouth right after the first bite, and all of the munches that follow are left just as delicious as the initial one.
My family and I have been heartily enjoying fairly enough gourmet meals using Minerva Dairy Amish Butter.
Admirably, they have been in the business for 125 years, so you know they make phenomenal quality butter.
Minerva Dairy Amish Butter does slow-churned in small batches and they use only the freshest cream from pasture-raised cows on American family farms.
Furthermore, they provide many incredible flavors; unsalted, sea salt, garlic-herb, pumpkin spice, maple syrup, and smoked maple wood butter.
If you get inspired and make my Buttery Sweet Potato Casserole, please share it with me on Instagram by tagging me. @sandraseasycooking. Thank you in advance.
Easy, tasty and amazing side dish or a dessert recipe for Buttery Sweet Potato Casserole.
- 4 pounds sweet potatoes, drained and mashed
- 1/2 cup sugar
- 5 tablespoon maple syrup
- 2 large egg
- 1/4 cup sea salt Minerva Dairy Amish Butter, room temp.
- 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
- Dash salt
- 1 cup coarsely crushed butter-flavored crackers (about 20 crackers)
- 1/4 cup packed brown sugar
- 1/4 cup butter, melted
- 2 cups regular marshmallows, optional
Sweet Potato Prep:
1. Wash them.
The worst way to ruin a sweet potato casserole or a BBQ stuffed sweet potatoes is with a gritty texture. Scrub the skin lightly before preparing.
2. Line your baking sheet with foil, parchment paper or a silicone mat.
Sweet potatoes tend to get a little juicy while baking, so lining the baking sheet first ensures easy cleanup. Mess-free baking!
3. Poke holes!
The pricking technique is always used when baking regular or sweet potatoes—it reduces the baking time and ensures the potatoes won't burst. Use a fork to prick the potatoes all around.
4. Bake until tender.
How can you tell when they’re done? Stick a fork into the thickest part of the potato, if there’s no resistance and goes in almost smoothly, it’s done. For the casserole, scoop all the potato flash out and transfer into the large mixing bowl.
- Preheat oven to 375°.
- In a large bowl, combine 7 casserole ingredients. Transfer to a baking casserole size dish (9×13-inch rectangular casserole pan, 8×8 or 9×9 square dishes; 9×13 also holds about 3 quarts of volume).
- Combine topping casserole ingredients; sprinkle over sweet potato mixture. This is a personal preference, you may add marshmallows on top of the casserole topping mixture and press it slightly down; if you desire classic sweet potato casserole use it, however, without it just as tasty.
- Bake, uncovered between 20-25 minutes. Serves warm!
You may use marshmallows or leave them out. You could make two smaller casseroles one with marshmallows and one without it to please everyone's palate.
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