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Oven-Roasted Cinnamon Sweet Potatoes

sweet potatoes cinnamon nutmeg olive oil roasted sea salt

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pinkdiamonds

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I made the most awesome sweet potatoes yesterday. I loved it so much, I made it for dinner, because I just had to have it again. it's like having dessert, but not really.

Here's what I did:
  • Peel and cut one sweet potato into cube sized pieces
  • Place in roasting pan
  • Drizzle with olive oil, cinnamon, nutmeg, and freshly-cracked sea salt
  • Shake contents around for even coating
  • Roast at 400 degrees for 20 minutes
  • Enjoy!

Love it! For my dinner portion, I added one tablespoon of apple butter to make it even more heavenly.
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JimS

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This sounds great! My go-to sweet potato recipe uses paprika and cayenne to offset the sweetness with a bit of kick.. but I like the idea of cinnamon and nutmeg as well.

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Susan W

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I like both of those ideas. I really need to start eating more sweet potatoes.

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Jackiepas

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I am going to do my grocery shopping today and pick me up some sweet potatoes! Thanks

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I have been making that for years, still one of my favorite ways to eat sweet potatoes!

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Misschriss

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Will make this tonight, thank you for the share!

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I usually do a mash or rounds instead of cubes, but I almost always use cinnamon & nutmeg. Ginger, allspice, and maybe a little clove is also a nice addition. I usually skip the salt though.





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