Sweet Potato Rounds

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I never really knew if I liked sweet potatoes or not … I mean, heck, who doesn’t like something covered in brown sugar (or maple syrup) and then marshmallows over the top? What I didn’t like was the stringy-mushy texture of that stuff … but I would take a little orange stuff and LOTS of toasted marshmallows during the holidays.

Now. Not so much. It does kind of suck when you grow up and learn to read the labels and whats good for you and what’s really not. Being an adult does stink sometimes!

So … with the Whole30 thing underway (which by the way, I jumped ship on Day 6 at lunch time and hurried up and caught up to the boat and jumped back on asap!) I’m back to experimenting … *UPDATE – ha, that didn’t really happen for a Whole30 Days, you know that, right?

And …

I give you SWEET without the cloying, sticky stuff …

This was so stinkin easy to do that I’m actually surprised I never tried it before …


Grab yourself a couple of sweet potatoes … I used 3 here and peel them.

Once peeled, go ahead and slice them thin. I think mine were about 1/4 inch or so thick, I wanted them somewhat thin to cook faster.

Toss them in a bowl and drizzle with a little bit of olive oil and season up with some salt, pepper, garlic powder (not salt), and combine with your hands to get them all coated.

Fire up your grill to medium high, and lay them out flat on the grill. I used this nifty grill mat which is about my 5th time using it and I’m in love with it … I need to do a product review for you as I think it’s a great thing to have on hand!

Allow to cook on one side til it starts to get a little charred, then flip. Cook this side til they are tender, but not to the point of falling apart. These took about 15 minutes or so and I was racing against the weather as we had some pretty bad rain this past weekend.

My original plan was to use them as “buns” for the sliders we were having but after the first one like that, I simply ate them plain, like fries.

Yes, I will be making these again in the very near future!

So, tell me, do YOU like sweet potatoes? All mushed up? Or intact, like this?

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13 thoughts on “Sweet Potato Rounds

  1. Interesting idea for buns. I will have to try that!


  2. Yum! I love sweet potato fries! I add some herbs and spices to them. Sweet potatoes have always been one of my favorite foods. I like your idea to use them as a slider. I've used mushrooms as a bun before too! Happy FF, and have a wonderful week!


  3. We love sweet potatoes in just about any way you make them! I always have the darndest time cutting them up unless I bake them slightly first (or make my hubby do it!).


  4. I like them grilled as well. Sometimes I precook them in the oven and add them to the grill at the last minute to brown.


  5. I love sweet potatoes but being English, I struggle with the concept of serving them with marshmallows! I could definitely eat them with the sliders as per your recipe. Thanks for linking up with #featurefridays


  6. I love sweet potatoes. Now I'm going to make these. I know I'll like them! Glad I found you on the Sunday's Best Link Up! Thanks for this recipe. I really can't wait. I bet my whole family will like them.


  7. Yum, your Sweet Potatoes rounds sound delicious. Thank you for sharing with the Clever Chicks Blog Hop! I hope you’ll join us again next week!Cheers,Kathy Shea MorminoThe Chicken Chickhttp://www.The-Chicken-Chick.com


  8. I do like sweet potatoes, in both savory and sweet dishes, and I know I would enjoy them cooked like this! Thank you for sharing this deliciously healthy and easy recipe with us at the Hearth and Soul Hop. Hope to 'see' you again this week!


  9. I read on a blog one day about someone making sweet potato puffs. It is basically the same thing as yours but baked with olive oil and salt. I tried them and my sweet tater hating DH even liked them. No they are a easy side in this house.


  10. I read on a blog one day about someone making sweet potato puffs. It is basically the same thing as yours but baked with olive oil and salt. I tried them and my sweet tater hating DH even liked them. No they are a easy side in this house.


  11. Thanks for sharing this at C&C with J&J! 🙂


  12. These sound so tasty! YUM!I would love for you to share this with my Facebook Group for recipes, crafts, tips, and tricks: https://www.facebook.com/groups/pluckyrecipescraftstips/Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!


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