Oven Baked Blue Cheese & Cheddar Sweet Potato Rounds

Blue Cheese & Cheddar Sweet Potato Rounds-7I’ve realized my taste for certain foods has changed since I’ve been married.  I like onions.  I like buffalo wings.  Cherry-dipped vanilla cones are growing on me.  And I really like blue cheese.  All things I never liked and never ate before I married Brett.  All things he loves.  I don’t think I even tried blue cheese before I was married because the smell alone was kind of repulsing. 

Now look at me.  I’m covering my sweet potatoes with the stuff. 

I strategically sliced my sweet potatoes into rounds rather than fries, so that each little piece could carry the mother-load of both blue cheese and cheddar cheese.  

Blue Cheese & Cheddar Sweet Potato Rounds-4We ate these three times last week.  When something  gets made (and demolished) more than twice in one week at our house, it’s definitely blog worthy.  So here you have them.  Dig on in.  

Blue Cheese & Cheddar Sweet Potato Rounds-8

Oven Baked Blue Cheese & Cheddar Sweet Potato Rounds
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  1. 1 large sweet potato, peeled
  2. 1/4 cup shredded cheddar cheese
  3. 3-4 tbsp crumbled blue cheese
  4. 2-3 tbs extra virgin olive oil
  5. 1/2 tsp garlic salt
  6. salt & pepper
  1. Preheat oven to 425.
  2. Slice sweet potato into thin round discs (using a knife or mandolin).
  3. Toss with oil and season with garlic salt & salt and pepper.
  4. Spread out on a baking sheet in a single layer. Bake for 20-30 minutes, or until rounds are slightly browned and crispy, turning once half way through.
  5. Remove from oven and move sweet potatoes closer together. Sprinkle with cheeses and return to oven for another 3-4 minutes or until cheeses are melted.
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  1. Danelle June 17, 2013

    Holy wow! I’m kind of speechless over these. I love sweet potato fries, but these look a million times better! And so easy to make too.

    • Kristy June 17, 2013

      Thanks Danelle!! They are super easy which makes it a little dangerous…we’ve been eating them so much!

  2. Des @ Life's Ambrosia June 17, 2013

    Girl, I don’t even like sweet potatoes OR blue cheese and I am pretty sure I need to have these in my life. They look amazing!

  3. Audrey June 17, 2013

    Luckily I came across this on pinterest just a couple hours before I was going to start cooking dinner, and I realized I had everything I needed to make it! This was awesome!! I don’t love blue cheese but my husband does, and he went back for seconds (which never happens with sweet potato dishes!). I’m glad I doubled the recipe! This one is a keeper! Thanks!!

  4. I love sweet potatoes and blue cheese – now why haven’t I ever combined the two before? I’m trying this!

  5. Oh my goodness gracious…these look so good!

  6. Nessa June 18, 2013

    This looks delicious!

  7. This looks incredible! I want plates and plates of this to snack on (or eat forever). Yum!

  8. I love the sounds of this recipe. You can’t go wrong with blue cheese, ever. I’ve never tried it with sweet potato, and now I’m intrigued!

  9. carrian June 19, 2013

    oh my gosh! Those sound amazing!

  10. Stef June 27, 2013

    You’re killing me with these recipes – YUM!!!!!! If I had the ingredients in my house, I’d be making these and the blondies RIGHT NOW!!!

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  12. kathi salazar September 9, 2013

    Thnak you for a new take on sweet potato fries. I made this last night and my husband and I couldnt stop eating them. (Thankfully I only cut one potato). The only thing I did differently was using fresh smashed garlic in place of the garlic salt.

    • Kristy September 9, 2013

      Yay! So glad you liked them!! Great idea to use smashed garlic-yum!

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