Loaded Scalloped Sweet Potato Casserole

Bacon, cream cheese, & sweet potatoes. All baked up on a BIG casserole. Ready for you when you are ready for it. Don’t just dream about it. Go ahead & bake a Loaded Scalloped Sweet Potato Casserole as soon as the temps dip and that big winter hunger hits. We can’t wait to dive into this decadent casserole for Thanksgiving, Christmas and after brisk ski days here in Telluride.

Sweet potatoes are gluten free & super healthy so you can feel OK about that bacon & cheese (or at least I can!)

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~ Marla Meridith

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43 thoughts on “Loaded Scalloped Sweet Potato Casserole

      1. Marla, bought all the ingredients off Yummly for your sweet potato loaded bacon casserole but I can’t seem to find the actual recipe. Please help.

  1. Marla,
    I’m ready for this casserole right now. I’m awfully glad I saved a couple of farm share sweet potatoes in the Strategic Winter Squash Reserve!
    Thank you.

  2. Marla, I love this! Saaaaaauce!!! Yum. Also you can never go wrong with bacon 🙂 I love the green glasses in the background, btw.

    Thank you for linking to my Gruyere-Crisped Potatoes! Hooray for comfort food!

    1. You can make this dish the day before you would like to serve it. You will just need to re-heat it before serving so the cheese gets all melty 🙂

  3. i made this by adding a little heavy cream in place of some of the milk and a little cornstarch to thicken it more. I added some of the extra sharp cheddar to that sauce, which made a cheese gravy. The trick was to heavily season the sweet potatoes before baking. I used a Parmesan pesto shake on I had, along with garlic and onion powder and heavy smoked paprika, salt and pepper. I could have just eaten them alone, but this casserole (which is what I’m calling it because it really turned into that) was amazing. Everyone said it was like a Mexican sweet potato casserole. Don’t skip the sour cream and salsa. It really made it. I liked extra green onion on mine. I will absolutely make it again. My 7 year old couldn’t keep his hands off of it, and my husband loved it. 5 stars from me.

    1. I took Meredith’s tip and added a cup of heavy cream to the milk mixture. I also used half asian/Japenese sweet potato and half traditional orange sweet potato. It was delicious! Of course I also had to had fresh chopped jalapenos to the toppings because I like spicy stuff.
      My husband thinks this dish is divine and my toddler gobbles it up too (without the jalapenos, of course!)
      Best stumbled upon recipe I’ve found yet!