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I almost used sweet potato chips and figured they would be great as well. If you make it that way, LMK how it goes! I made this as stated, butI used my stick immersion blender to whip it up smooth and prepped the night before for Thanksgiving. Your email address will not be published. Did you make this recipe? Rate it:. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Please note: I have only made the recipe as written, and cannot give advice or predict what will happen if you change something.
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Nothing fussy or complicated, just awesome tasting dishes everyone loves! All Rights Reserved. Design by Purr. Subscribe to receive new posts via email. Print Recipe. Cook over high heat until sweet potatoes are fork tender. Drain in a colander really shake out the water well and transfer to a large bowl. To the large bowl with the sweet potatoes, add the eggs, butter, milk, brown sugar, granulated sugar, vanilla, salt, optional nutmeg, optional cinnamon, and beat with a handheld electric mixer on medium-high speed until combined and smooth.
Turn out into the baking dish, smoothing the top lightly with a spatula; set aside. Add the brown sugar, flour, salt, and toss with a fork until large crumbles form; set aside. To the canister of a high speed blender or food processor, add the chips and pulse very briefly about 10 seconds to lightly crush them. The chips should be in small pieces, do not pulverized them into dust. Alternatively, you can transfer the chips to a large ziptop bag, seal it, and lightly beat it with a knife or roll a rolling pin or wine bottle over the bag as necessary to crush the chips.
Add the chips to the topping mixture and toss to incorporate. Evenly turn topping out over filling and bake for about 40 minutes, or until top is lightly golden browned and set. Baking time will vary based on type of pan used glass or ceramic baking dishes will bake for longer than metal pans , oven, climate, ingredient variances, etc. Start checking at 30 minutes and bake as long as necessary, watch your casserole and not the clock.
Serve immediately. Extra will keep airtight in the fridge for up to 1 week. Melissa Leitheiser — November 13, am Reply. If I wanted to make this ahead of time and bring it in a crock pot what do you recommend?