Light and yummy! I did not have the cornflakes or pecans but it was delicious with only marshmallows on top.
Cornflake, Pecan, and Marshmallow-Topped Sweet Potato Casserole
aprilc Posted: 01/01/11
retrodicey Posted: 11/29/10
We've been making this since S.Living first featured it (several years back...) and it is WONDERFUL. Even non-sweet potato eaters try it and then devour it. Perfectly sweet and crunchy. Yummo. No suggestions at all - it's perfect!
duluthmill Posted: 11/27/10
ya have to put the cornflakes in a food processor. The cornflakes get chewie, like chewing on a fingernail. not good.
KarenS5 Posted: 11/17/10
This was an instant hit with our family. Rave reviews and is now a must have on Thanksgiving!
sciencegirl Posted: 12/03/10
I just made this for Thanksgiving and it was a huge hit. I didn't change anything about it, and it looked and tasted great. I thought that the cornflakes were fine when I first made it, but got rather chewy upon reheating. However, that didn't stop us from finishing all the leftovers!
brookereiter Posted: 11/19/11
My Husband LOVES this recipe and makes me make if for all 5 of out Thanksgivings that we have to attend each year. I omit the cornflakes and pecans because he hates nuts, but it is still GREAT
DebraLavonne Posted: 11/12/12
If you find cornflakes too chewy, substitute crushed graham crackers or crushed ginger snaps for the topping. I usually omit the marshmellows. The topping is enough for us.
Reg1003 Posted: 04/09/13
We had this on Easter with ham. It was very good. A little sweet, but delicious. Would definitely make again.
chefslo Posted: 11/25/13
These are really good but I do change things up a bit. Instead of the corn flakes I crush up amaretti cookies and add orange marmalade to the sweet potato mix.
ktleyed Posted: 11/30/13
We all enjoyed this for Thanksgiving, but we didn't need nearly as much of the corn flakes mixture as the recipe stated. Half would have done it. Making again!