Baked sweet potato chips

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Evenings are the best part of the day, the sky in its orange haze and birds chirping melodiously, its a sight to behold, but evenings bring with them snack time. Snack time is the hardest, you’re hungry because you had lunch a couple of but you can’t eat too much because it’ll be dinner time in an hour or two. Confusing isn’t it? What adds more to confusion is the desire to eat healthy.

Admittedly, all of all get peckish during snack time, and it is not easy to stay away from them chips and fries. Evenings are times when you’re probably at work and a fruit doesn’t seem enough, you want something filling, delicious and easy to make and carry around, we get you and we’ve come up with a recipe that is full of nutrition, easy and super delicious.

We bring you sweet potato chips. Wait, aren’t sweet potato’s just loaded with carbs and empty calories? This statement couldn’t be more wrong. Sweet potato’s are extremely nutritious, they have twice the fibre than a regular potato, more potassium than a banana and are packed with vitamin C. Say goodbye to those those packaged chips  and give this a shot with our signature pea smash for a nutrition packed snack.


2 sweet potato cut into rounds 

1/2 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil

1 teaspoon each salt and pepper 

What to do

  1. Preheat oven to 180C

  2. Place the sweet potato on a baking tray

  3. Drizzle with extra virgin olive oil, salt and pepper

  4. Toss the sweet potato in the oil salt and pepper until each piece is evenly coated 

  5. Bake for 30 minutes 

  6. Remove from oven. Let them cool and top with or pea smash and cheery tomatoes (https;// ) for a protein packed breakfast that will keep you full and energetic or with salsa verde (check out the blog section for a copper and cloves take on this)  for a  for a light snack that will curb those hunger pangs.