A Recipe for Thanksgiving

The holidays are here! That calls for sharing a good recipe. The one I’m sharing today is a family favorite.


What you will need
3-large sweet potatoes
1-stick of real unsalted butter
1-can of sweetened condensed milk
1 ½-cups brown sugar
1-cup of chopped walnuts (or as much to your taste)

First you will need to peel and chop sweet potatoes into chunks, then put them in a pot and boil them until they are tender (or until you can stick a fork in them and they do not stay on the fork). Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. While your potatoes are boiling you can prepare the topping by melting ¾ of the stick of butter in a bowl. Once the butter is melted you will add the brown sugar and walnuts to it and mix until it is moist (mixture should be clumpy not watery). Once your sweet potatoes are cooked you will need to drain the water and put them in a separate bowl. To the potatoes you will add the remaining portion of butter (¼ of the stick), the entire can of sweetened condensed milk, and three whole eggs. Mix these ingredients with a mixer until well blended and potatoes are smooth not chunky approximately 5 minutes. Once the ingredients are mixed pour them into a 13×9 baking pan. Drop the topping mixture in spoonfuls on top of the sweet potato mixture; it does not need to cover the sweet potato mixture completely. Bake for 45 minutes to an hour.

Hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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