If you make this recipe, rate this recipe below and post a picture of it on social media (tag @TheHealthyApple). Hi Terri - if you click on the green circle, it will take you to the full recipe information! I decided to make these Sweet Potato Christmas Bites for Finn after making similar Halloween themed ones for Halloween. These images will help you follow along so you have an idea of what the steps look like. TRIED THIS RECIPE? Sweet potato patties are the perfect side dish and way to get in extra veggies! How cute are these loaded sweet potato bites?! When you’re slicing the sweet potatoes, make sure to keep them at a 1/2 inch thickness so that they’re not too thick or too thin, which will affect the cooking time! Peel the sweet potatoes and discard the skin. I never saw the full recipe! Craving more healthy recipes? Better yet, set out a little topping bar and let your guest decorate each one as they please! Start by slicing and baking the sweet potato to make chips. Garnish with fresh orange zest and serve immediately. https://www.health.com/food/25-healthy-sweet-potato-recipes For more information on liver detoxification and everything I learned throughout my 12-year chronic health journey from medical testing to rewiring trauma in the brain, please click on The Valpone Method page. Grab a few before a tough workout or for an afternoon snack. Sprinkle with the ground cumin, sea salt and pepper and bake in the oven for 20 minutes or until tender and golden brown. Monterey jack and shredded cheddar cheese (Mexican blend). They're ideal for kids because you can use your hands to eat them and they're full of flavor and whole ingredients. When you’re food shopping, try your best to buy organic ingredients. Made with tender roasted sweet potatoes, a creamy basil cashew cream and peppery arugula, this appetizer is sure to please even your pickiest eaters. Plus, they’re easy to make and even easier to eat! It adds an insane amount of flavor and boosts the sweetness in these Bites without any sugar in sight. The March Playlist || Feel: What I'm Lis... We use cookies to provide you with a better experience and optimize our marketing and social media. Running; Cheesy Tortilla Strips. I shared a snapshot of this recipe a few weeks ago on my Instagram page and everyone went WILD for this recipe. From the kitchen of: A Healthy Life For Me, Terri on February 3, 2018 at 8:36 PM Reply. Sweet Potato Christmas Bites are a fun and healthy Christmas themed food for kids and babies. The steps are fairly simple as you can see from the images above (raw sweet potato slices laid out on a baking sheet pre-baked and then roasted sweet potato slices laid out on a baking sheet post baking) followed by the roasted sweet potato slices image below with the Cashew Basil Cream on top. Remove the sweet potatoes from the oven and set aside to cool for 5 minutes, then top each sweet potato bite with a dollop of the Cashew Basil Cream, arugula, sesame seeds, sea salt and pepper to taste. Here’s why I eat organic: If you make this recipe, rate this recipe below and post a picture of it on social media (tag @TheHealthyApple). Lastly, if you’re not a fan of arugula, no worries. This is your blank canvas, folks- it’s time to add some flavour! When you’re food shopping, try your best to buy organic ingredients. Then I whip up a dairy-free vegan “cream” using (cream-free) cashews! I'd encourage you to try it again since it could have been a fluky thing and hopefully you'll be able to see the recipe. Sweet potatoes, which are naturally sweet without any sugar needed, take this recipe to the next level. Slice each sweet potato in half widthwise with a sharp knife and then slice each of those halves in half again (cutting at a 1/2 in width) for each slice. theotherjennifer on February 3, 2017 at 6:33 AM Reply. Roasted sweet potato in fun Christmas shapes. The recipe has a few simple ingredients and spices that, while separately delicious, truly have been meant to be together all along: avocado, bacon, and sweet potatoes. These Sweet Potato Appetizer Bites are so easy to put together and makes a healthy, flavor packed appetizer your whole family will enjoy any night of the week. Chris Freytag on January 26, 2016 at 8:49 AM Reply.