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Oat-Topped Sweet Potato Crisp

Oat-Topped Sweet Potato Crisp recipe
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What turkey? Made with brown sugar, cinnamon, cranberries and apples, this Oat-Topped Sweet Potato Crisp is quite the scene-stealer at the holiday table.
20 min
1 hr
8 servings
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I made this for Thanksgiving and was asked to make it again for Christmas. When I made this I mixed the cranberries and the apples together with the potatoes. This could almost be served as a desert.
not a favorite of all. Comment: don't make this again.
I have used this at 6 dinner partys so far. Every time someone wants a copy of the recipe. I tell them iots from an old book, Kraft that is. Thank you
I, too, had great results with this recipe at holiday parties. Many requests for recipe. I used all fresh ingredients and it has just the right amount of sweet. I added LOTS more cinnamon too. My own mom has decided it is now a stable at the holiday dinner table!
I served this at a family get together and had 3 requests for the recipe. It was easy to make and delicious.
Made this recipe for both Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners. Everyone liked it.
My sister in law loved it but my mother did not. It is kind of an aquired taste.
I made this for a side dish at Christmas. My family said "this is a must have every year!"
Great recipe! I have made it several times over the holiday season and I've already learned how to tweek it to lessen the calories. 1) Use lowfat cream cheese and save a third of it for later. 2) Don't put sugar in the sweet potato mix (especially if you used canned sweet potatoes). 3) Use the leftover cream cheese to replace the butter in the crumble topping. 4) Add more apples and cranberries! These tweeks made a healthier recipe and a dish just as good (if not better) as the original. Happy Baking!!!
This was excellent! I doubled the apples and left out the cranberry. I liked it even better the second day when it was cold. I made it for both Thanksgiving and Christmas. And will make it again!
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