Ann's StoryEasy and scrumptious! We knew we were getting some special loving when Mom made this for the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. (Course you can make it any time of the year)
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uncooked sweet potatos, peeled and grated
1Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
2Mix all ingredients (except potatoes) well, making sure the sugar has completely dissolved.
3Add in potatoes and mix well.
4Pour mixture into 8X10 baking dish.
5Put in oven and cook for 30 minutes.
6Remove and stir down the edges into the middle of the mixture.
7Return to oven and bake for an additional 15 minutes.
Diane Cintron 2010deecin - Sep 7, 2010
sounds so simple and easy to make, I will be trying this for Thanksgiving=)
Ann Vick Nanah - Sep 20, 2010
This IS so simple! The ONLY time consuming thing is grating the sweet potatoes, and these days I use my food processor even do that!
Dennis Hall dehall1951 - Oct 31, 2012
this grated sweet potato pudding came out good, but how do you keep the milk in it from curling and not turning out smooth?
Ann Vick Nanah - Sep 29, 2013
Dennis, everything is raw when you put it into the oven. It calls for 2 Cups of UNcooked sweet potatoes. All the ingredients are mixed together Before you put in the uncooked grated sweet potatoes. Hope this helps answer your question.