Recipe by Kraft Foods
"Try this delicious, quick and reliable side dish for any night of the week."
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sweet potatoes , cooked, peeled and cut into 1-inch chunks (about 4 cups)
apples, peeled, thinly sliced
butter or margarine, melted
BAKER'S ANGEL FLAKE Coconut
This was a different and very tasty way to fix sweet potatoes for the holidays. I made it several times and changed it a bit to suit my taste and time schedule. Instead of peeling and slicing the apples, I just chunked them with the peels on and I also doubled the amount of maple syrup and butter. It was a BIG hit with my family.
I think I will cut the syrup in 1/2 next time, it was way to sweet for me. I also added a little nutmeg for some depth (pecans would have been good too)
Really good recipe though, will make again!
I made these for Easter. I used two large (29 oz.) cans of sweet potatoes drained. As one reviewer suggested I doubled the butter and syrup (used real maple syrup). Assembled them into a crock Sat. night and stuck it in the fridge uncooked. When I awoke Sun. morning I popped the crock into the crockpot and cooked on low. It was ready when we returned from church 4-5 hours later. For the amount of work involved (comparing it to other sweet potato recipes where you have to use a mixer, etc.)I was surprised at how delicious these were! Will make again (at the request of my 6 sons and husband) many, many times--especially holidays.
Excellent!!! I made this for my in-laws along with a spiral ham - they raved about it all night!!! Thank you!!
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