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You May Not Need An Entree When You’re Serving These
If there is one thing that I enjoy most about Thanksgiving dinner it would have to be the sweet potato casserole. When I was growing up my mom didn’t just set out a pot of sweet potatoes with a bit of butter and brown sugar on them. Nope. She blended it all up into a creamy mess and baked it in the oven until we had a glorious sweet potato casserole. My favorite! My mother would use lots of brown sugar and butter and her sweet potato casserole always came out divine.
I’ve used my mother’s recipe for every Thanksgiving meal, but last year I decided to try something a little different for a change. I still wanted that wonderful sweet potato flavor, but I was hoping to modernize the dish a little bit. When I came across this recipe on Facebook, I immediately knew this was it!
This is probably considered an appetizer but I made a huge batch of these and served them as a side dish, instead of the traditional sweet potato casserole. My family loved these! They disappeared in minutes and people were hoping there were leftovers, to munch on later at night!
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Quick Tip: You could use regular chili powder instead of chipotle.