April 14, 2013 sufey

Sweet Potato Chips!


It’s a lazy, hazy, Sunday. So here’s a little somethin’ to spice up your blue skies, sugar.

 A crispy, crunchy classic.

In all honesty, I debated posting this easy recipe (after all, you must have seen it before). But I thought, the simplest things can be enjoyed over and over again, can’t they?

Every time it’s so different, everything is. I never stop shivering delight when sun wakes me in the morning- it’s a new day, and I might do the same things, but they’ll be different. I never get tired of a deep, luscious shavasana at the end of a yoga class. I never get tired of hugs or kisses or smiles from strangers. I never get tired of connecting with beautiful people, of reading your comments, of sharing secrets, though some days are busier than others.

And at the end of the day, I hope I never get tired of living, of trying, of burning bright and out and lying soft in the shadows till a new fire alights.

And I hope you don’t either, because life is too short and too precious to be tired just yet. Save that for next century. 😉

A little deep for a post on sweet potatoes, but hey, it’s all with love.

Thanks for being here with me on this journey. I’m happy to be your friend. <3

~ Sufey



  • 1-2 sweet potatoes
  • olive oil
  • sea salt
  • cayenne pepper (optional)
  • cinnamon (optional)
  • love 😉


Preheat oven to 450oF.

Slice sweet potato into thin 1/4″ circles. Drizzle with olive oil, sea salt, cayenne, cinnamon and love. Toss to coat and lay flat on baking sheet.

Bake 10 minutes. Take out of oven & flip slices over. Bake 10 more minutes.

Let cool (if you want the crunch), and enjoy! Mmm. Happy Sunday!



Tagged: chips, fries, healthy, life, love, musings, Olive oil, recipe, sweet potato, time, YUM

Comments (0)

  1. How did you know that I have been making these all week to accompany our evening meal? So yummy, I agree. And every time just a little bit different.

    • Haha to be honest, these have never lasted over 30 minutes in my household, so I’m not really sure!

      I think they’d be fine for a week or so, but I suspect they would lose the crispiness pretty soon. Let me know if you try! Goodluck! xx

  2. Hi there – thank you so much for finding and following my blog. Your blog is so pretty and fresh! Love the photos, sweet words and recipes. I’ll try the sweet potato crisps tonight! I will visit often – thank you.

  3. I love sweet potato. These chips look amazing. Can’t wait to try at home. Thank you for visiting surreyKitchen. Your blog is fantastic.

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