Honey Cinnamon Roasted Sweet Potatoes

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These sweet treats will become a popular snack in your house hold once you try this recipe for Honey Cinnamon Roasted Sweet Potatoes. They have a bit of a surprise in their seasoning that produces a sweet yet peppery result that will have you munching on them with great addiction. And you can be glad that your kids eat these Honey Cinnamon Roasted Sweet Potatoes because they are loaded with goodness.

Sweet potatoes are loaded with beta carotene, perhaps with more of this anti-oxidant than any other orange veggie. Regardless, this veggie, with only a very average serving (about three ounces) can provide you with one third of your needs for vitamin A for one day. Fat improves the uptake of vitamin A, so be sure to drizzle olive oil (also action packed with good nutrients) over sweet potatoes whenever you eat them. Sweet potatoes are also loaded with vitamin C, manganese and other vitamins and minerals. They are fast becoming a popular alternative to French fries, too. You do not need to skin the sweet potato to make French fries with them. Just slice them to whatever thickness you enjoy, brush them with olive oil and some sea salt, and then bake them until done in a moderate oven (375F). They are a fabulous treat on their own or served as part of a larger meal. Sweet potatoes work with meat, chicken and fish, so when ever you want a break from the usual potato, reach for the orange variety.

Here, the potatoes are chopped, with the skins on, then baked with honey and cinnamon. The natural sweetness of the sweet potato makes it a great subject for a sweet sauce like the one used in this recipe. This will quickly become a popular snack for you and your family.

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