"This is a great alternative to potato chips." — chunker
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sweet potatoes, peeled and thinly sliced
I'd give these more stars if I could! I did the following to help ensure they turned out great: used a slicer to get a consistently thin chip, lined my pans with foil, used someone else's suggestion to melt the butter in a bag and shake the slices to easily coat them and then with the oven at 400, I made sure to flip them all over after 10 minutes and carefully watched them for those last 10 minutes, pulling out some of the browner ones as needed. When they came out of the oven, they crisped up so nicely as they continued to bake a little on the pans. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this recipe!
Eh- I'd say it's just ok. Chips ahd great flavor, but were soggy and quite few burned before the other ones even began to crisp.
Changes of note: instead of brushing the chips with the mixture, I put them all in a large Ziploc and shook 'em to save time (so very much easier).
Next time I think I will put them on a broiler pan to help them crisp without burning.
The trick is to cut them extremely thin like a potato chip. I also decreased my oven to 375 degrees.
These were really really good. I just used spray butter instead of melted. This is one of the best and easiest sweet potato recipes.
Had some leftover uncooked sweet potatoes and wanted to try something new with them. Sliced them extra thin as other reviewers have suggested-- worked great! I would just make sure they're all evenly thin.
I didn't brush on the toppings, just sprinkled them over the top, and that worked fine.
So easy to make and smelled tantalicious while baking! Highly recommended:)
Yummy side dish, we all enjoyed. 4 stars for calling them "chips" when they really don't get crispy like chips. That being said, they had a great flavor and I will certainly make them again! NOTE: melt butter in a bowl, mix in sugar, salt & cinnamon - then toss the potato slices in the bowl, mixing well. ALSO, bake at 375 to keep them from burning...
I sliced these very thin and baked them at 350 as another reviewer suggested. I set the timer for 20 minutes, and at just 15 they were all burned and had to be tossed!
Great healthy alternative to regular chips or good as a vegetable side with your summer BBQ's. Cut slices thinly and as uniform in size as possible for best results. I melted the butter in a bowl mixed in the topping ingredients and stirred in the potato slices instead of brushing it on.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Cinnamon Sweet Potato Chips
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 27
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