Sweet Potato Chips

I love pretty much anything made with sweet potatoes! From simply roasting them, to baking them and adding yummy toppings, to sweet potato french fries – I can’t get enough!

Sweet potato chips have also become a definite favorite snack of mine. They are crunchy, crispy, and have that delicious sweet taste!

The key to making great chips is to roast them at a very low temperature for a fairly long time. I’ve tried recipes before that boast about being the fastest potato chip recipe out there, and they inevitably end up soggy and chewy. Not this recipe!

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  • 2 sweet potatoes (I doubled the recipe and usedΒ a mixture of regular & purple ones!)
  • 2 tbsp olive oil
  • Salt to tasteΒ (I used Himalayan pink salt, but you can also use regular sea salt)
  • Rosemary to taste (optional)



  • Preheat oven to 250 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Rinse & dry sweet potatoes
  • Slice sweet potatoes as thinly as possible
    • I use the slicer insert from this grate & slice set by OXO
    • A mandolin would also work well
  • Toss sweet potato slices in olive oil, doing your best to coat each slice
  • Lay slices in one single layer on a baking sheet
  • Sprinkle on salt, rosemary, and any other desired spices
  • Bake for about 2 hours, flipping halfway through
  • Remove when slices have shrunk considerably and sides are crispy & golden brown
  • Let sit for 10 minutes to let them finish crisping up




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