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Coconut Marshmallow Spiced Sweet Potatoes

By Mara Fleishman, November 17, 2008  |  Meet the Blogger  |  More Posts by Mara Fleishman
Do you have a secret passion for Thanksgiving sides? We do, too! While we love turkey, we can’t seem to get enough of mom’s green bean casserole, silky mashed potatoes and, of course, her famous sweet potato casserole. In fact, this week’s Secret Ingredient encore episode features a recipe for a spiced up version of mom’s classic topped with all-natural marshmallows. Handcrafted without chemical emulsifiers, thickeners, artificial colors or flavors, all-natural marshmallows are the secret to a deliciously sweet Thanksgiving. Get the Recipe: Coconut-Marshmallow Spiced Sweet Potatoes

 

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Duong says ...
I lOOOVVVEE sweet potatoes, however there are very few good recipes out there---thanks for sharing, this looks divine!
11/17/2008 11:21:05 AM CST
Steve says ...
Awesome. This is going on the Thanksgiving menu!
11/17/2008 1:49:22 PM CST
Joanna says ...
those look amazing! sweet potatoes are my favorite thanksgiving food. i'm obsessed with them. i even created a sweet potato casserole muffin in honor of them.
11/22/2008 1:25:43 PM CST
fleishmanm says ...
Hi Ron, I was just doing some last minute checking before my final T-day shop and your green bean bisque sounds amazing. My sister is slated to make the traditional "green bean casserole" for T-day but I am going to give her this idea instead. Any hints on the recipe?
11/26/2008 10:31:19 AM CST
Ron Guillard says ...
Joanna - your muffin idea is terrific and gives me a great hint of how to re-express sweet potatoes within my 2008 Thanksgiving menu which is themed "Change." For instance instead of Mom's green bean casserole the flavors will instead becoming a green bean bisque with wild mushrooms garnished with crisped onions. And thank you to Whole Foods for being there with virtually all the items I need, and those I don't need but discover and enjoy.
11/24/2008 9:48:18 PM CST