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Maple Mashed Sweet Potatoes

Maple Mashed Sweet Potatoes recipe
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Maple-flavored syrup makes this side dish of mashed sweet potatoes even sweeter. Sprinkle with chopped pecans and prepare for compliments.
time
prep:
5 min
total:
17 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
11/27/2010
I used four real sweet potatoes as opposed to the cans. I boiled them and then just mashed and added to the recipe. I had to add a little more syrup because of this. My family loved it!
posted:
4/9/2010
An easy way to jazz up a can of sweet potatoes. I have made this several times with and without the pecans.
posted:
1/9/2010
I loved the maple flavor in this recipie. It was a huge hit at Christmas dinner!
posted:
11/30/2009
Delicious. So simple. Definitely a keeper!!!
posted:
11/26/2009
Very easy to make and delicious!
posted:
3/4/2009
I changed this a little. I used fresh sweet potatoes and boiled them. I did use the butter and syrup but as I was whipping them I added some brown sugar and cinnamon. They were so smooth and yummy. My kids (6 and 2) absolutely loved them.
posted:
12/6/2008
I wanted a fairly easy recipe for Thanksgiving and this was great. I used a pecan flavor syrup and microwave the raw sweet potatoes a few minutes.It was delicious.
posted:
11/28/2008
I made this for Thanksgiving. I had a lot of good comments on it. It was good, but wasn't the best. I wouldn't say it was bland, but at the same time, it seemed to be missing something. If I make it again, i will "doctor" it up, with cinnamon, maybe sugar.
posted:
11/25/2008
I made this for a luncheon at work and EVERYONE loved it!! I toasted my pecan pieces (the fine "cookie" pieces) in a skillet with a dash of cinnamon and sugar before sprinkling them on the top.
posted:
11/28/2007
I thought it a little bland so I added cinnamon to taste and a little more butter.
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