Addictive Roasted Sweet Potato Rounds

Roasted sweet potato rounds are perfect for the holidays or anytime you need an easy snack, side dish, or appetizer. They’re sweet potato slices seasoned with coconut oil, salt and cinnamon then roasted to caramelized perfection. Better make two batches, you won’t want to share! Scroll past the recipe for 10 more irresistible topping ideas.

Roasted sweet potato slices on a roasting pan.

Life Changing, Unbelievably Easy, Ridiculously Delicious, Perfect for Any Occasion Roasted Sweet Potato Rounds.

That was the original title of this recipe. But it’s kind of a mouthful.

With recipes like chip-free sweet potato nachos and vegan twice-baked sweet potatoes with pineapple and coconut, you guys know we L-O-V-E baked sweet potatoes.

And, I know you heart them too.

The Problem Is

Baking a whole sweet potato takes forever…Okay, so maybe it’s more like an hour.

Baked sweet potato sliced open and fluffed with a fork.

But you know what I’m talking about.

When you’re waiting for something you crave, it feels like an eternity before you’ll get to dive into that fluffy baked sweet potato.

That’s why you’re going to LOVE these tasty roasted sweet potato rounds.

They’re crispy on the outside – creamy on the inside and take just 30 minutes to make!

{Related: Make Quick Baked Sweet Potatoes Without Using The Microwave!}

 Are They Really That Easy?

Raw and roasted sweet potato slices.

Yep! For plain rounds, it’s basically Slice, Oil, Roast and Eat.

We’ve included helpful tips in the notes section (and topping ideas after the recipe) but it really is that simple.

An Appetizer Everyone Will Enjoy

Roasted sweet potato rounds topped with pecans with a small jar of cranberry sauce.

These healthy baked sweet potato slices are sturdy enough to be dippable in guacamole or your favorite hummus and make a great chip or bread substitute in:

I gave this batch a “Thanksgiving Leftovers” treatment with a drizzle of real maple syrup, some of our balsamic roasted cranberries and a few toasted pecan pieces.

They were so yummy, I’m not even ashamed to admit polishing off the whole pan All By Myself!

But I’m pretty sure you could top them with anything in your fridge or pantry and they’ll be equally irresistible.

↓Want More Toppings Ideas? Scroll Down After The Recipe↓

Close up of roasted sweet potato rounds topped with toasted pecans.

Addictive Roasted Sweet Potato Rounds

Yield: 2 Servings
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes

These irresistible sweet potato rounds are crispy on the outside, creamy on the inside, and so easy to make using any oven!


  • 12 ounces sweet potatoes, washed and dried
  • 2 teaspoons oil (we used melted coconut oil)
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon (optional)
  • 1/8 teaspoon fine grain sea salt


  1. Preheat your oven to 425°F. If using a toaster oven, select the BAKE setting and adjust the cooking rack to the lowest placement. Lightly oil a roasting pan or baking sheet.
  2. Slice the sweet potatoes into 1/2-inch rounds.
  3. In a medium bowl combine the slices, oil, cinnamon, and salt. Toss well to coat.
  4. Arrange rounds in a single layer on your prepared pan.
  5. Bake sweet potato slices for 10 minutes. Carefully remove the pan and flip the rounds with a fork or spatula.
  6. Return to the oven and cook until the sweet potatoes are golden and caramelized about 8 to 10 minutes more.
  7. Serve rounds plain or with your favorite toppings.


Convection Toaster Oven: Reduce the temperature to 400°F and begin checking sweet potatoes for doneness after 15 minutes, adding more time as needed.

Oil: Coconut oil tastes great with the cinnamon but you can use any oil you want. Olive oil and avocado work well too.

Seasonings and Toppings: Have fun and experiment. Try olive oil with chipotle powder or garlic salt for a more savory snack. Keep scrolling after the recipe card for lots of ideas.

For the best rounds look for thinner sweet potatoes that are an even width.

Loosely adapted from this recipe

Nutritional information is an estimate for 1 of 2 servings without any toppings.

Nutrition Information:
Yield: 2 Serving Size: 6 ounces
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 240Total Fat: 4.8gSaturated Fat: 4gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 52mgCarbohydrates: 47.5gFiber: 7gSugar: 0.8gProtein: 2.6g

10 More Toppings For Your Roasted Sweet Potato Rounds

*For all of the variations below, omit the cinnamon used in the original recipe.

Pizza-style sweet potato slices.

Pizza Bites: Use olive oil in place of the coconut oil in the roasted sweet potato rounds recipe. Spread cooked rounds with pizza sauce, shredded mozzarella cheese, and sliced olives. Broil for 1-2 minutes until the cheese is melted and bubbly. Sprinkle with fresh basil and red pepper flakes.

Chopped strawberries and cheesecake mixture on baked sweet potato slices.

Strawberry Cheesecake: Spread slices with a mixture of 2 ounces softened light cream cheese, 1 tablespoon Greek yogurt, 2 teaspoons honey and 1/8 teaspoon vanilla. Top with 1/4 cup chopped strawberries and half a sheet of graham cracker, crushed.

Hummus and cucumber topped sweet potato slices.

Cucumber Hummus: Top slices with hummus, diced cucumber, chopped sun-dried tomatoes, a sprinkle of Za’atar and fresh basil.

Baked sweet potato round topped with chili and shredded cheese.

Loaded Chili Cheese: Generously top slices with 1/2 cup of vegetarian chili. Sprinkle with shredded cheddar cheese, small dollops of plain Greek yogurt and chopped chives or green onions.

Broiled mini marshmallows and pecans on a pan of baked sweet potato rounds.

Sweet Potato Casserole: Top baked sweet potato slices with mini marshmallows and broil for 1 minute until puffed and lightly browned. Sprinkle with cinnamon and toasted pecans.

For an epic Thanksgiving S’more sandwich one between two graham crackers.

Sweet potato slices topped with tomatoes and mini mozzarella balls.

Sweet and Tangy Caprese: Top rounds with mini mozzarella balls, sliced grape tomatoes, torn fresh basil and a drizzle of balsamic glaze.

Closeup of sweet potato slice topped with ricotta and blueberries.

Creamy Blueberry Ricotta: Spread slices with a mixture of 1/4 cup ricotta cheese and 1/4 teaspoon orange zest. Top with 1/3 cup fresh blueberries and a drizzle of honey or maple syrup.

Sheet pan of sweet potato rounds topped with arugula, blue cheese, and walnuts.

Walnut Blue Cheese: Top roasted rounds with fresh baby arugula, crumbled blue cheese, chopped or whole walnuts and a drizzle of honey.

Sweet potato slices topped with yogurt, cherries, and banana slices.

Cherry Banana Split: Dollop a mixture of 1/4 cup vanilla Greek yogurt mixed with 3 tablespoons chopped cherries onto each baked sweet potato slice. Top with banana slices and mini chocolate chips.

Sheet pan of roasted sweet potato slices topped with blue cheese and buffalo sauce.

Buffalo Blue Cheese: Substitute 2 teaspoons olive oil mixed with 2 teaspoons buffalo sauce for the coconut oil in the original recipe. Top cooked rounds with crumbled blue cheese and finely chopped celery leaves. Drizzle with more buffalo sauce before serving.


  1. I can’t wait to try these! I plan on making them for a Super Bowl party. Please tell me why the coconut oil. I have made them in the past (but without the yummy toppings) with olive oil.

    Thank you!

    1. Hi Sharon!

      The coconut oil is not required, I just think it tastes great paired with the sweet potatoes and the cinnamon. I’ve updated the recipe card to note that you can use any oil you’d like, olive oil and avocado oil are fantastic options too.

      Thanks for the question, I’m sure others have had it too 🙂

      I hope you enjoy the rounds and have a fun Super Bowl party!

  2. My husband likes his sweet potatoes topped with butter, drizzled honey and McCormicks GrillMates Smokehouse Maple sprinkled on top!

    1. WOW!! Norma, that sounds amazing. Off to buy a jar of Smokehouse Maple seasoning ASAP – thanks for the great suggestion 🙂

    1. Yes!! We started topping our baked sweet potatoes with goat cheese. The flavor & texture combination, especially with a little brown sugar, pecans, & a light dusting of cayenne.

  3. Hi, Brie – Once again your beautiful photography caught my eye! We wanted a very light dinner and tried the sweet potato pizza bites. They were very easy and delicious. There are several other options you listed that we will also be trying. Never grew up eating sweet potatoes but I think they will now be a regular part of our diet. Cooking the slices in the oven will enable me to add many different toppings, and it will be fun to experiment. What a great way to add a healthy food to our diet. Thanks for sharing the recipes..and Happy, Healthy New Year to you and Tim. Peggy

    1. Thank You, Peggy, you’re the sweetest!

      I can’t wait to hear about all your experiments, sweet potatoes really do pair well with anything so don’t be afraid to get a little wild. Our new favorite topping combo is scrambled eggs, cheese, avocado and jalapeño slices – those chilies you told me about would be a great swap for the jalapeño 🙂

      Best wishes for a delicious and fun start to 2018 for both you and Dell!

  4. Crazy yummy! I did a trial run on these as a New Years appitizer. They were so good plain that I’m going to have a hard time putting anything on them. How are they cold. I’d like to make ahead so as to spend more time with guests.

    1. Yay! Glad to hear you enjoyed them Angie 🙂

      You’re so smart to plan ahead, then you can party and mingle instead of being stuck in the kitchen. Way more fun for you and your guests!

      You can totally make the rounds ahead of time, they reheat well and taste good at room temperature too.

      This year, we made 3 batches (with just oil and sea salt!) the day before our family’s Christmas Eve potluck. I under-cooked the rounds by about 2 minutes, cooled and bagged them. Then, before the party we popped them in a 425F oven for a few minutes to warm and re-crisp a little. They cooled down after we set them out and everyone still enjoyed them!

      I hope you have a fabulous party, Happy (early) New Year!

  5. I have just made the sweet potatoes for lunch today. They are sooooooooooooo good!!! I spiced them with garlic powder and chili and didn’t brush them, but mix them in a bowl with the spices and coconut oil before baking them. I am sure I will make them again and again.

    1. So glad you enjoyed them, Adina! Garlic powder and chili with coconut oil sounds like the perfect sweet and spicy combination. Merry Christmas to you and the family 🙂

    1. Thanks, Grace! I know pumpkin gets all the love but I’m with you, sweet potatoes and all their root veggie siblings are the best. Hope you guys enjoyed a delicious and peaceful thanksgiving filled with lots of sweet potato dishes 🙂

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