I thought it would be a good idea to try four very different recipes for this showdown. However, each of these recipes were very good in its own way. I’m not saying that to be diplomatic. Just like their is a perfect outfit for every occasion, there is a perfect sweet potato casserole for every occasion. Here’s the lowdown.
Martha Stewart’s Sweet Potato Casserole:
Perfect for kids, with a beautiful presentation that adults will enjoy as well!
Martha’s sweet potato casserole has a very simple base (just sweet potatoes, milk, and a dash of salt and pepper). But it’s topped with a big, bubbly layer of toasted marshmallows. It is by far the prettiest of the four casseroles — the toasted marshmallows look so enticing and beautiful on the table!
Ruth’s Chris Sweet Potato Casserole:
Oh. My. God. This sweet potato casserole is knock-your-socks-off tasty. The buttery, brown sugar topping gets all crispy and delightful. My mom said she is still thinking about this casserole to this day! Sure there’s a lot of buttery and brown sugar-y goodness in there, but in the taste department this casserole was the clear winner.
Oh She Glow’s Not Your Grandmother’s Sweet Potato Casserole:
This casserole held its own extremely well against its buttery and sugary counterparts. Sweetened with maple syrup and topped with coconut oil and whole wheat flour, this casserole is not only healthy, but delicious too! Trust me!
Kraft’s Oat Topped Sweet Potato Crisp:
This one was the only one that wasn’t a huge hit, the oats were a bit mushy, and the cream cheese added a strange tang to the sweet potatoes. 🙁
Hope this quick showdown helps you choose which sweet potato casserole to make for your Thanksgiving feast!