Refuel Recipes: Quick and Easy Sweet Potato Rounds

Wordpress Featured Image - Refuel Recipe
Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on email

Refuel Recipes: Quick and Easy Sweet Potato Rounds

Adapted from:  http://bit.ly/32KouU7

Welcome back! Just to review, each month, we’re gonna focus on one key ingredient that’s both delicious and nutritious and teach you how to incorporate it into your diet in a realistic, sustainable, tasty way! 

This month: Sweet potatoes! ICYMI, this tuberous root vegetable (although for nutrition purposes we should consider it a starch) is packed with slow-burning carbohydrates, vitamins C, D, and tons of beneficial vitamins and minerals. They are wonderfully versatile and, when stored correctly, can stay good for weeks or even months. 

For a full recap, check out our first sweet potato recipe here. 

Our second recipe is so quick, so easy, and so dang versatile. Load ‘em up with your favorite meats, spread peanut butter, greek yogurt and granola for a balanced breakfast, or use them as chips for your favorite spreads. 

These little guys are perfect for any occasion, and only require three simple ingredients: Sweet potatoes, salt and your favorite cooking fat!

Quick and Easy Sweet Potato Rounds

Serving size: 4 rounds | Number of servings: 6-8, depending on size of potato 

Nutrition facts per serving: Calories – 85 | Fat – 0g | Carbs – 20g | Protein – 2g

Prep time: 5m | Cook time: 20m

  • 3 Medium Sweet Potatoes
  • 3 Tbsp cooking oil 
  • 1 tsp salt
  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees
  2. Scrub potatoes until clean
  3. Cut sweet potatoes into thin rounds (about ⅓ – ¼ inches wide). You might need to use two pans
  4. Place rounds on a baking in one layer
  5. Top rounds with a small amount of oil and salt
  6. Roast at 400 degrees for 20 minutes
  7. Top with all your fun and festive ingredients.

Happy snacking!

Who wrote this post...

Chloe Mizianty

Chloe Mizianty

Chloe Mizianty is a former collegiate athlete turned strength training and functional movement fanatic. In 2016, she dove head first into the field of fitness, and she hasn’t looked back since. Chloe joined Renew in 2017 as an athlete while coaching with an outdoor boot-camp style fitness company, then formally joined the Renew team in 2022 as a personal trainer, nutrition coach, and pregnancy and postpartum coach. When she’s not in the gym, you can find her outside on the trails, on a paddleboard, or trying any of the hot dining spots with her husband. If she had it her way, Chloe would be staring out at the Pacific Ocean from her garage gym while doing the best benchmark workout ever: Linda.

Want More?

Crossfit Renew

Vietnamese Caramelized Turkey Bowls Better than takeout! Nutrition facts per 6 oz of meat (makes 8 servings): Calories — 308⁣Protein — 41g⁣Fat — 7g⁣Carbs —

Read More »
Coaches Corner
Tim Dancy

My Steps to Sobriety, by Coach Tim Head to happy hour these days and you’ll notice there’s a new menu mainstay at your favorite bars

Read More »
Coaches Corner
Brett Myles

What A Movement Break Can Do For Your Productivity At CrossFit Renew, we understand the value of high-intensity workouts and the significant benefits they bring

Read More »

Let's Do This!

Fill out my online form.

Register for BAFF!

Book Now!

Book a Free Intro Session!

Enter your information below and find a time that works for you to come in for a free session.