Shannon Taylor Vannatter – Recipe for Romance – Sweet Potato Casserole

HAPPY THANKSGIVING! Today I’m sharing my Sweet Potato Casserole recipe. It’s so easy you can whip it up with the rest of the meal. Laken used this recipe in White Doves and I’m giving away a copy. Comment on any post dated Nov 22 – 25. Deadline Nov 27, midnight Central time:

Sweet Potato Casserole

3 cans sweet potatoes

3/4 cup coconut

1/3 cup butter (melted)

2/3 cup sugar

2 eggs

1/2 cup milk

1/3 tsp. vanilla

Stir together and pour into greased 9 x13 casserole dish.

Topping:

1 cup brown sugar

1 cup chopped pecans

1/3 cup self-rising flour

1/3 cup butter melted

Mix together and crumble over the top of sweet potato mixture. Bake at 350 for 35 minutes.

Next week:

Nov 29  – Harvest House author, Mary Ellis’ real-life and fictional romantic interviews, plus a chance to win her book: Sarah’s Christmas Miracle.

Dec 1 – Barbour/Summerside author, Anita Higman’s real-life and fictional romantic interviews, plus a chance to win her and Irene Brand’s book: Love Finds You Under the Mistletoe.

Dec 3 – Barbour/Love Inspired/Summerside author, Irene Brand’s real life and fictional romantic interviews, plus an excerpt and a chance to win her and Anita Higman’s book: Love Finds You Under the Mistletoe.

4 Responses to “Shannon Taylor Vannatter – Recipe for Romance – Sweet Potato Casserole”

  • Sheila Covey says:

    Yummy! Maybe I’ll get to try this recipe out before the week-end is over. You are such a “sweet friend.” Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

  • Hi Sheila,
    I’m making it for tomorrow’s dinner at my parents’. It is good and I love sweet potatoes to begin with. You’re a sweetie too and Happy Thanksgiving!

  • Rosemary says:

    Hi again Shannon,
    Love your recipe for sweet potato casserol. Mine is just like yours except i put raisins where you put coconut. I’m going to try yours real soon. I really like coconut. Hope to win the books, since it don’t seem like i’m getting the ones from heartsong. God Bless you all….Happy Thinksgiving.

  • Hmmm, maybe we could try raisins and coconut.

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