Sweet Potato Oven Fries

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Looking for another great way to use up those UBER CHEAP sweet potatoes?!? This is a great week to buy sweet potatoes, as many stores have them priced as low as $.25/lb!!!

You can also cook, mash and freeze them for use in future meals!

If you’ve had your share of sweet potato pie or casserole, then give these a try with the extras!  Would be delicious with a BBQ Turkey Sandwich!

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Sweet Potato Oven Fries

Yield – 4 servings

Preparation Time – 5-10 minutes

Cooking Time – 25-35 minutes

Ingredients

  • 2 large sweet potatoes, peeled and cut into strips
  • 2 Tbsp oil
  • 1 Tbsp brown sugar
  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon
  • Salt and pepper, a few dashes of each

Directions

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Peel sweet potatoes.

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Cut in half.

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Cut into strips. The thinner the strips, the faster they will bake.

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Rinse all the strips and pat dry.

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Place all the sweet potato strips into a bowl and add the oil, brown sugar, cinnamon, salt and pepper. Toss well.

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Lay the strips in a single layer on an ungreased baking sheet.

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Bake at 400 for 25-35 minutes, turning once after about 15 minutes. Baking time will vary depending on thickness of the strips and how crispy you want them!

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Comments

  1. says

    We do our fries a bit differently. We leave the peel on (you don’t even notice it when it is cooked) and toss in a little bit of olive oil and sea salt. A different flavor, but still some great fries.

  2. Karen says

    those look really good! there was a place near my old home that made them, and nowhere else!!!!! now I can make them @ home! delish! Supposedly these are better than say mickey d’s?

  3. B. Keefer says

    I have tried to do this 3 or 4 times (tried it last Sunday night) and they always come out soggy. Not sure what I’m doing wrong. Yours look so good.

  4. the1chery says

    hi erin, could you put the “print this page” dohickey on this page? its so much easier to print that way. thanks!

  5. B. Keefer says

    Ah, a rinse and pat dry! Every recipe I read said absolutely not to do that. LOL I think I will try it again and this time do it your way.

    Thanks!

  6. Aaryn says

    Yum! In Houston, all the stores have sweet potatoes on sale for 19 cents a pound, so I stocked up. Nice to have another recipe to try out! Thanks!

  7. says

    YUM…these look so good! I am definately making these…my girls LOVE sweet potatoes! I usually bake them and add butter and cinnamon/sugar. What a great new way to eat them :)

  8. says

    I love sweet potato fries and they are wonderful dipped in BBQ sauce. Maybe it’s a southern thing but they are so good that way. Our family took a little vacation to Gatlinburg, TN last year and a restaurant there serves them with BBQ sauce. You have to try it!

  9. Juile Anne says

    You luckies, getting these potatoes for $.19/lb the cheapest I found was $.89/lb at WinCo last week. I do however want to try these they sound yummy!!!

  10. sito says

    Oh, yum! I’ve made sweet potato fries, but only ever salted them. The brown sugar and cinnamon would give a new twist on this treat.

  11. Heather Dormer says

    A different twist on sweet potatoes is to fire up your grill, slice the sweet potatoes in half lengthwise, smear the cut sides with butter, sprinkle garlic salt & black pepper on them, press the cut sides back together, wrap in foil, grill till done. A change up from the usual sugary recipes.

  12. says

    I can NEVER get the fries to come out crispy. always, always, alwaysssssssss soggy! I have tried the rinse and dry, and this time i even pre cut them this morning and put them in the freezer until tonight when i was doing dinner (trying to mimic the grocery bought ones i guess) and still soggy! so disappointing because i love baked fries when they work. Help me! =[

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