Loved this recipe! I made just a few changes, mostly for health. I subbed out half the olive oil for apple juice concentrate, which provided moisture and flavor for much fewer calories (I'm a big fan of olive oil but it's very fattening so half was great). I also omitted poultry seasoning but equally subbed with cinnamon (helps metabolize those sugars) and I stuck with the original sugar level but did add 1/2 tsp of pure stevia extract for sweetness. I also had to cut down the paprika some because I was using a Spanish hot smoked paprika and though I love hot, I thought with the cayenne, it may be a little too hot. I kept the ratios the same for all the toppings except swapping the poultry for cinnamon and cutting the paprika in half. Then I coated the tatos in the olive oil/apple juice concentrate and spread a layer and sprayed with a natural butter flavor topping and sprinkled the topping on that layer and added another layer and did the same until I had them all coated (I made for 16 servings so it was a few layers). I also used a few Russet potatoes with all the sweet potatoes as I had three little ones that were going to go soft. The end result was a slightly sweet, spicy and very healthy tato dish. Fairly low calorie, quite respectable as a main dish and quite filling with a giant spinach salad. I also diced the potatoes and left all skins on as they are necessary for the fiber and nutrients and I roasted for 15 minutes, stirred and roasted another 10 and they
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Loved this recipe! I made just a few changes, mostly for health. I subbed out half the olive...