- 2 tablespoons organic butter (melted)
- 2 tablespoons coconut oil (melted)
- 2 tablespoons grated parmesan cheese (plus extra for garnish)
- 1 teaspoon fresh rosemary (chopped, plus extra for garnish)
- sea salt
- 6 sweet potatoes (large, or yams, thinly sliced)
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
becki d. 9 Nov 2018
wonderful! great flavor and texture. will make for Thanksgiving dinner!
Sherrie W. 31 Aug 2018
i love it. An awesome change from loaded sweet potatoes. i paired it with pork and is definitely savory.
Jennine Cabrera 29 Aug 2018
Fantastic!!! We loved these and will make them again tomorrow. I was out of fresh rosemary, and had to use thyme. Still delicious!!
Leslie S. 8 Apr 2018
Awesome made it one of my dinner party staples! It is easy, tasty, and can be assembled ahead of time.
Analea S. 31 Jan 2018
Loved these! A hit with everyone. I found that my sweet potatoes were a bit too big for my muffin tins though and I have to cut them smaller to fit. Next time I'll have to buy smaller potatoes!
Louise S. 19 Jan 2018
Love these!!! So tasty! Making them for the 4th time and trying Gruyere instead of Parmesan - just for fun! Added extra rosemary and cheese. I can eat these on their own. Super yummy
Lisa Rutoski 20 Dec 2017
Very good used Asiago cheese!
Nancy Firestone 3 Jul 2017
Katie Kiel 5 Sep 2016
Huge sweet potato fan here, and these were a slam dunk for both me and my picky boyfriend! I only give them a four because some of the stackers burned badly on the bottom, and I had to make more than what the recipe called for of the butter-oil-cheese mix to coat the sweet potatoes in. I used olive oil instead of coconut oil, and that may be the culprit for both problems. DEFINITELY still worth a try, they're very tasty!
Anna H. 31 Aug 2016
These turned out great only thing I would have changed is to cut off the skins of the sweet potato but other than that great recipe
Suzanne H. 17 Feb 2016
Made these for Christmas dinner and they were a hit! I should've doubled the recipe to make more because everyone liked these so much there weren't enough for seconds let alone thirds LOL.
Jenna S. 3 Jan 2016
This was a hit for the Holidays with my family. My step-mom didn't have coconut oil so I used canola oil and also used dried rosemary instead of fresh. Next time I plan to follow the recipe without any variations. Also, it made a lot more than what it said. Maybe my sweet potatoes were bigger.
jazzy b. 8 Dec 2015
I do not eat sweet potato often, but this recipe makes me want to eat them a lot more. Very tasty, nice and I do recommend.
Tracy Vanderhoef 30 Nov 2015
I'm not a sweet potato fan at all but wanted to make some version of them for our Thanksgiving meal - these turned out great and I would definitely make them again.!
Brenda G. 15 Nov 2015
This was one of the best sweet potato recipes ever. My husband doesn't ever eat sweet potatoes and he wolfed down 2 helpings. Add a little cinnamon for a Thanksgiving touch. your kids will love them.