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Sweet Potato Pie

Sweet Potato Pie recipe
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Step aside, pumpkin pie—there’s a new dessert in town, and it’s perfect after Thanksgiving dinner. There won’t be any Sweet Potato Pie leftovers!
30 min
1 hr 30 min
8 servings
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This pie was amazing, I made it for the first time and I really don't like sweet potato but I made this for my dad and I tasted it and it was amazing. I would defintely make this every year for Thanksgiving.
Wonderful! I made this recipe for Thanksgiving and everyone loved it! My girlfriend didn't think it was very pretty though lol.
My whole family loved it for Thanksgiving. A nice change from pumpkin pie.
this recipe came out great, i was very impressed and so was my family. made it for thanksgiving and it was a hit- i will be making this every year!
Delicious! New favorite and requested by everyone for me to make again. Not hard to make, just takes time to cook and sit cooling.
I have made this pie three times for the holidays in the last two years. There are never any leftovers. I do add a couple more pinches of the spices than what is called for in the recipe, because I find that it is a little too bland if I do not.
I made this recipe for a women of color literature class. My group final was on African American culture and we chose to make food to go with our presentation. This pie was a hit! Everyone loved it! I am making it this Thanksgiving since my family didn't get the expected leftovers!
Instead of the marshmallows I sprinkled pecan pieces making it less sweet so that diabetics could indulge.
This pie is now a holiday favorite. It has replaced the sweet potatoe casserole. It was really creamy, really good. I think the key is to use fresh sweet potatoes and not from a can. Also, make sure you put the Marshmallows at the very end, just so they get golden, then refrigerate immediately(unless you're serving right away), so the marshmallows can set. I add pecan pieces and tangerine slices cut in quarters on top.
We thought it was a little too dry.
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