CHSP moved!

This recipe has been updated and moved to my new blog.
You can find it in it’s entirety here: Crash Hot Sweet Potatoes on The Creekside Cook
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173 Responses to CHSP moved!

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  2. Karen says:

    These look amazing. My mouth is watering!! Cannot wait to try these sweet savory goodnesses.

  3. Candice says:

    Oh my goodness!! I made these last night (with a few minor adjustments due to lack of ingredients) and they were absolutely delicious!! I was surpised as I would not have thought anything other than brown sugar and cinnamon would have worked on sweet potatoes. I did not have any cumin or chipotle chili powder so I left those out all toghether, and I did not have any garlic so just used garlic powder. Also, due to laziness, I only seasoned one side of the smashe potatoes. They were so good, I cannot even describe it. The way the potatoes crisp up and the sugar carmelizes the spice mixture — yum! This should seriously be a recipe in a fancy steakhouse. I will definitely make this again and again and again. Thank you for sharing!!!

  4. Leah says:

    These we delicious, thanks for the recipe!

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  6. Michelle Liley says:

    I have made these 3 times and they are simply amazing. The crunch from the brown sugar that caramelizes is to die for. The spiciness is incredible! Thanks for sharing!

  7. Erin says:

    These were amazing! The crunchy outside paired with the soft inside and wonderful flavors made a great side.Will definitely make this again, thanks for sharing!

  8. buttoni says:

    Those look amazingly good! Can’t wait to try them!

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  13. Janny says:

    One thing that I’ve tried with sweet potatoes is crushed fenel seeds

  14. Snow says:

    Dlyn – I made these + they were FANTASTIC! crispy and spicy on the outside + soft and sweet on the inside. My boyfriend absolutely loved them (+ was quite surprised with the kick these had!)

  15. Michelle says:

    Can these be made ahead & frozen?

  16. Donalyn says:

    Michelle – I’m not sure how that would turn out, but if you try it, can you come back and let us know?

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  18. michele says:

    I made these and they tasted awesome but they werent crunchy at all :( they wre kind of soggy from the oil and butter and being on the parchment paper didnt help i dont think…….what did i do wrong? any suggestions?

  19. Donalyn says:

    michele, I would guess that maybe you didn’t have the oven quite hot enough, or you might have tried cooking them longer. The other reason could be that your sweet potatoes had more moisture than mine did – a longer cooking time could solve that problem as well I think.

  20. Nic says:

    What is the nutritional info for these? I am tracking my calories and protein and would like to be able to add these into my journal. They were soooo delicious! Thanks for sharing!

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  23. jazmine says:

    My plan was to make this, eat a few, workout at the gym, then eat the rest. That did not go so well. I ate the whole batch then had to workout on a bloated tummy. They were that good. I couldn’t put the damn plate down.

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