We are on a bit of a sweet potato kick lately. I’ve prepared them a few ways like my mashed sweet potatoes with sage brown butter or sweet potato rice but one of my favorites is simply roasting them. They taste great and they are incredibly easy to prepare. These sweet potatoes would make a great side dish, a great alternative to French fries, and my kids even eat them by the plate full for lunch.

Sweet Potatoes are a great food to add to your diet because they are high in antioxidants, fiber, potassium, beta-carotene, vitamin C, and folate. These vegetables contain a lot of goodness in them!

 These roasted sweet potatoes with sage make a great side dish, a great alternative to french fries, or healthy snack! Paleo friendly!

Roasted Sweet Potatoes with Sage

2 sweet potatoes ¼ – ½ inch cubes
2-3 Tbs coconut oil melted
salt to taste

 

Directions:
Preheat oven to 450 degrees. In a bowl, combine all ingredients.
Pour ingredients into a lipped baking sheet.
Roasted for 20-30 minutes stirring once halfway through the cooking time.
Sweet potatoes are done when tender.
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