here if you would like to make one for your holiday.
This was one of my brother's favorites, the sweet potato casserole. I used a recipe that I found on Ree Drummond's Pioneer Woman blog. I have it pinned on my recipes to try board on Pinterest if you would like the recipe. I changed one thing. I didn't have time to bake the sweet potatoes so I used canned ones. Plus I had a coupon for $1 off of Bruce's Canned Sweet Potatoes. I used two cans. I also used evaporated milk instead of regular milk.
This is my favorite part of Thanksgiving, the dressing. I love it simple, no fruit, no meat, and no nuts. I simple use one package of Pepperidge Farms Herbed dressing, two cakes of cornbread I make in advance using Jiffy Cornbread Mix (the best!!), celery and onions sauteed in butter, chicken stock, poultry seasoning, and celery seeds. Here in the South we like our cornbread dressing, and in the mountains where we go for simpler things we don't mess it up with all the things you can add to it. It is the best!!
We enjoyed the day with our family and give thanks to the Lord Jesus for his blessings this year.
Praise b 2 Him!