Yes. Two posts, one day. For the next 3 days. Gotta get you fed bros. potatoes. I love sweet potato fries. Sweet potato hash browns. Sweet potato hash. Sweet potato cakes. Sweet potato brownies…ahhh sh*t that was a good idea. Doin’ it. They are pretty much the best starch of all time. And they go with everything. Chocolate. Cheese. Meat. Almond butter. Sweet potatoes are the perfect food. Don’t fight me on this. You’ll lose.

Since most of us are in love with chowing down on chips at parties, these are an epic alternative. And way more delicious. I’m serious. Homemade chips are just way better. You could make beet chips too!! Then serve it with Roasted Red Pepper dip. Duh.

So you know how when you’re at a super bowl party and have to make some uncomfortable conversation with random awkward person in the room….I love awkward those people. I’m pretty overbearing to most people, especially awkward people. If people are uncomfortable around me, I’m really REALLY good at making them even more uncomfortable. Even more uncomfortable than this guy on the left side at 0:11 and 0:17 seconds. Watch him in this commercial. Seriously do it. I keep watching seconds 0:10 through 0:20 and laugh by myself. Then Laura will chime in with laughter. I heart her. I want to hold this man and make him feel less scared of the cameras that are video taping him. He’s an awkward turtle. I love him. I can’t wait to hang out with him at my Super Bowl party. With cheesy bread. Ok, everything I just said was a complete lie.  I would crap myself if I ate that cheesy bread. It might be worth it though. Especially if I was being forced to watch the super bowl.

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Superbowl Snacks: Sweet Potato Chips

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  • Prep Time: 10 mins
  • Cook Time: 20 mins
  • Total Time: 30 minutes
  • Yield: 4+ 1x


  • 4 sweet potatoes (try to grab skinny ones)
  • 23 tablespoons coconut oil
  • salt, to taste


  1. Preheat your oven to 400 degrees.
  2. Use a mandoline or a knife to cut your sweet potatoes thin. I’d say the thickness of a silver dollar or maybe a little thicker.
  3. Put some parchment paper down on a cooking sheet.
  4. Place sweet potato rounds on the parchment paper.
  5. Melt coconut oil and use a pastry/cooking brush to paint some coconut oil on top of each sweet potato round.
  6. Sprinkle salt on top.
  7. Place in the oven to bake for around 8-10 minutes.
  8. Flip sweet potatoes over and bake for another 5 minutes or until edges are brown and have curled up a bit.
  9. Let cool. Serve with Roasted Red Pepper dip.


If you make these chips too thick, they won’t crisp up. Too thin, and they will burn pretty quickly. Just beware.

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  1. Jess Hunt says:

    I made them for the first time yesterday. I think I made the mistake of putting them in a Tupperware to store, and now their soggy. But they’re still delicious!

  2. Laura says:

    Do you leave the skins on?

    1. juli says:


  3. Shavonne Williams says:

    How do you store the leftovers? I tried putting some in a Baggie to eat in the morning and they turned totally soggy….please help!!

    1. juli says:

      they don’t keep very well for leftovers sadly

  4. Anne says:

    Made these last night. Sweet potato chips, good. Roasted Red Pepper dip, good. Chip with the Dip, AMAZING. How could it be that good?
    And the video. So funny! Had to watch it over and over!

  5. Jenni says:

    Hi, I have made sweet potato chips a lot in the past but they always take forever?! Is it the parchment paper? Mine always taste wonderful but they take more like 45 or more? I’m wondering what I’m doing wrong? I don’t have parchment or I would make them right now and see if that is the trick, going to be getting some to try 🙂 Thanks!

    1. juli says:

      i think it just depends how thin you cut them. if they are rather thin, they definitely shouldn’t need that much time in the oven

  6. Yolanda says:


  7. Sweet Potato Chips says:

    You’re sweet potato chips look great. The sweet potatoes that are grown here in Hawaii are actually purple sweet potatoes. As the name suggests they are a deep purple. I also like the idea of the sweet potato dip. You can make everything with just a few ingredients!

  8. Natalie says:

    How would you store these and how long for?

    1. juli says:

      i wouldn’t recommend storing these for very long, they get soggy pretty easily. in a paper bag on the counter would work best

      1. Natalie says:

        Thanks Juli! Unfortunately it was too late when I read this and I stored them in Tupperware = fail. I hope I can bring them back to life by putting them back in the oven!