This Best Ever Sweet Potato Casserole has it all – deliciously creamy sweet potatoes with tangy pineapple topped with a crunchy crumble layer. It’s sure to become a family favorite over the holidays.
I found the basis for this recipe the first year I was married – 27 years ago. As time has passed, I have tweaked it, healthified it and now it is – The Best Ever Sweet Potato Casserole Recipe (if I do say so myself).
This sweet potato casserole recipe started as a sickeningly sweet, almost dessert-like casserole, but through many Thanksgiving holidays and Christmases I have changed it and it has now morphed into this amazing side dish.
I used to LOVE the sickeningly sweet version, but now as I have changed my behavior, my tastes have changed, too. I want to taste the sweetness of the sweet potatoes and pineapple, not the sugar.
I have never been one for the marshmallow-topped, ooey, gooey dish. Who created that recipe anyway? I much prefer this crunchy, creamy, full of texture and deliciousness one.
I’m going to give you the long, healthier version of this sweet potato casserole, but if you are crunched for time (no judgment here), then open a can of sweet potatoes and pineapple (organic, if possible) and save yourself some time.
Don’t let the long list of ingredients scare you. Most likely, you have a lot of these in your cupboard and it’s so worth it!
Ready to get cooking? Here you go!
More Hearty Vegan Recipes
If you enjoyed making this casserole, why not try one of these 15 other casserole recipes? From beef pot pie to cheesy broccoli and rice, they’re sure to keep you feeling full and warm all winter long.
Want to try something else? This vegan shepherd’s pie with yam mash is the ideal warming mid-week dish, it’s easy and packed with healthy ingredients. Or, consider making this vegan Greek stew with fried okra. Recipe creator Basil & Vogue says its “heart-warming” and traditional.
If you want something a bit lighter, this comforting dairy-free double cheesy broccoli cheddar soup is also ideal for the winter months.
This recipe was republished with permission from Intentionally Eat with Cindy Newland.