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Sweet Potato Casserole: Wheat/Dairy/Sugar-Free Oh My!

Holidays mean sweet potatoes for me, or maybe just an excuse to indulge in my favorite potato. :)

Either way, I’ve been going sweet potato crazy. I’ve been sauteing them in veggie stir-fry’s, grilling them for sweet potato fries and mashing them for delish mash potatoes (no need to add anything else either!). And below is yet another yummy recipe to add to your sweet potato love affair.

Sweet Potato Casserole

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spray non-stick cooking spray in a 9×13 baking dish. Place sweet potatoes in a pot of water, bring to a boil. Cook until tender. Remove from heat, drain and mash. In Kitchen-Aid or large bowl, mix sweet potatoes, agave, eggs, butter, milk and vanilla extract. Pour into baking dish. Sprinkle Nature Plus cereal over top. Bake 35 minutes or until a knife in the center comes clean.

Happy Eating!
xoHeather :)

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  • Aubree Cherie

    This looks so amazing, I LOVE sweet potato! So fun to find a yummy looking meal that I wouldn't have to alter to fit my food restrictions!!! Thanks for posting :D

    ~Aubree Cherie

  • HStrang


    For sure! I am in love with the sweet potato. Eating morning new and night. Try mashing them – you don't have to add anything – and they are fantastic.

    Thanks for reading!
    xoHeather :)

  • Lisa

    I just found your blog and am in LOVE! I ended up wheat free, dairy free because while nursing my daughter it became clear she was allergic. My mom has been trying to get to me to go wheat free for years but I just couldn't bring myself to make the sacrifice. BUT FOR MY DAUGHTER IT BECAME NO PROBLEM! Thank the Lord. I was extreemly overwhelmed and began doing mega research on the internet where I found your blog and BONUS I live in Portland so I could actual find the products you recommend and suggest. Although still not quite sure how to afford it all, the cheese, bread and cereals are expensive in my opinion. Anyhow, I wanted to write to say thank you! I also noticed you haven't posted much in 2010 and just wondered if you were busy or if you are calling this blog quits? Hope you are well and blessed, take care!

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