Here is a fun Thanksgiving dish kids love to make!
You can have kids of any age help with this:Steve’s Sweet Potato Marshmallow Balls You will need:sweet potatoes1 bag marshmallowsbrown sugarbuttercorn flakes
Roast how ever many sweet potatoes you need (2 for a small gathering of 4 people, more for a larger gathering) at 400 degrees until soft. Let sweet potatoes cool then remove the skin and put into a large mixing bowl. Mash the potatoes using a potato masher or hands. After mashing add a little brown sugar to taste.
Now for the fun part!
Put corn flakes on a cookie sheet with sides and have your child mash with his/her fists.
Then have your child stand at the counter and take a scoop of sweet potato and form into a ball around one marshmallow. Each ball should be larger than a golf ball but smaller than a baseball.
Put the crushed cornflakes in a shallow soup bowl or on a cookie sheet with sides and roll each sweet potato ball in the corn flakes to coat.
Place finished sweet potato balls on a greased cookie sheet. Put a pat of butter on top of each one.
Bake at 375 for 15 or 20 minutes or until the marshmallows inside are gooey. Do not leave in too long or the marshmallows will totally melt and your child will be disappointed. You can always take one out to test the marshmallow inside!
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Remember these delicious treats we shared last Thanksgiving? It’s the perfect time of year to make them again!