A Lazy Girls Guide to Sweet Potato Casserole

I actually love cooking, so here’s a super easy recipe that is good not only for the fall season, but year round! You don’t have to go out of your way to pick up anything out of the ordinary on your routine trip to the grocery store which is always super great with any recipe:


2 Sweet Potatoes

2 Eggs

1 Cup Brown Sugar, packed

1 Tsp Vanilla


1. Preheat oven to 350

2. In a pot, boil your two sweet potatoes to soften them up. (This is going to take some time, so I recommend turning up your favorite station on Spotify and popping open a beer to make time pass*)

3. Once your potatoes have softened, transfer them to a large bowl, crack your two eggs and add the brown sugar as well as the vanilla extract. Depending on how fast you want to raise your cholesterol, add a corresponding amount of butter.

3. On the lowest speed, take an electric mixer and go to town. Now, I know what some of you are thinking- what kind of lazy girl has a mixer??? Okay literally slide into your local Walmart and pick one up- I got mine there for super cheap and I actually use it a lot!! Definitely worth it.

4. Pour the mixture into a Pre greased baking pan and put into the over for 35 minutes

You can get fancy with the toppings before putting the dish into the oven, but this is a guide for people not wanting to get all Martha Stewart up’ed. 

Some days I actually like to race my cholesterol, so with this one I usually end up adding some pure maple syrup to my serving- yikes I know!! 

Enjoy, lovelies! 


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