Today I am participating in my second Blog Swap Meet. This one features Harvest Recipes from myself and Eleven of my Blogger Friends, just in time for Thanksgiving!.
I am pleased to introduce you to my new friend Kallee from Creative Southern Home. She will be sharing her recipe for Sweet Potato Casserole with you, then be sure to follow me over to Kallee’s place to check out my recipe for Mama’s Lime Delight. So, without any further ado. Here’s Kallee!
Hello everyone, I am Kallee and I blog over at Creative Southern Home and I am excited to be swapping recipes with Kim. I am a proud mother to 4 great children and I adore my husband. I love to blog about recipes, crafts, books, DIY, holidays and fun things to do with the family. I am so excited for Thanksgiving, it is one of my favorite holidays. The kids and I have already put together a list a mile long of all the must have foods we need to make. You can be sure the recipe I am sharing today on Kim’s blog will be on our Thanksgiving Table.
Everyone has that list of dishes that must be on Thanksgiving table or it will not be Thanksgiving. We have to have our cornbread dressing, celery stuffed with cheez whiz, rolls, chess pie and of course sweet potato casserole. My mom has been making this casserole for years. It is wonderful, sweet, crunchy, full of flavor. This recipe has a wonderful streusel like topping with brown sugar and chopped pecans. It would not be Thanksgiving without it.
For the Casserole:
1 40 oz can Sweet Potatoes (Yams), drained
1/2 cup sugar
1 tsp. vanilla
1/2 cup milk
1/4 cup melted butter
1 tsp cinnamon
1/2 tsp nutmeg
For the Streusel Topping:
2/3 cup brown sugar
1/3 cup flour
1/3 cup butter
1/2 cup chopped pecans
1 tsp cinnamon
1/2 tsp. nutmeg
Mix all the ingredients for the casserole, except the topping, together in a large mixing bowl.
Blend well until everything is incorporated (it will be a little lumpy).
Pour this mixture into a greased 2-qt casserole dish.
Prepare the topping mixture by mixing together the sugar, flour, cinnamon & nutmeg in a medium bowl.
Add the butter in chunks.
Cut the butter in until it resembles coarse crumbs.
Add the nuts and mix.
Sprinkle evenly over top of the casserole.
Bake at 350 F for 40-45 minutes
Have a Happy Thanksgiving!
Thanks so much Kallee, that Sweet Potato Casserole sounds really delicious. I’m so happy you stopped by M2G today to share and I hope you’ll come back soon!
There are 12 Awesome Bloggers total participating in this Harvest Swap Meet. I hope you’ll stop by to visit them all and see the wonderful dishes they’ve prepared for you.
Below the collage are links to all of the posts that participated in our Blog Swap Meet: Harvest Recipes!
Stop by and visit them all!
If You Can Read, You Can Cook posted on From The Desk Of…
From the Desk Of… posted on If You Can Read, You Can Cook
Cynfully Wonderful posted on Food Storage Moms
Food Storage Moms posted on Cynfully Wonderful
Recipes, Food and Cooking posted on Dizzy Busy and Hungry!
Dizzy Busy and Hungry! posted on Recipes, Food and Cooking
Kneaded Creations posted on A Dash of Sanity
A Dash of Sanity posted on Kneaded Creations
Creative Southern Home posted on Mammy2Grammy
Mammy2Grammy posted on Creative Southern Home
Confections + Coffee posted on Soda Pop Avenue
Soda Pop Avenue posted on Confections + Coffee
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