Spicy Baked Sweet Potato Fries with Cinnamon Sugar Dip (vegan*)

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This is a fail-proof spicy baked sweet potato fries recipe with a delicious cinnamon sugar yogurt dip on the side. The perfect combination of spicy and sweet… what could be better?

Spicy Baked Sweet Potato Fries with Cinnamon Sugar Yogurt Dip

After my success with making sweet potato chips, I still had one more sweet potato to go. And there is also one more thing I’ve been meaning to do with it… what else if not sweet potato FRIES? Baked, of course. Never fried 😉 I don’t need all that extra grease and fat, no sirreee!

Anyway, I wanted to keep this combo different than my last. My chips were spicy and savory. I wanted to keep a twist on flavor combinations though, especially since I love combining various flavors together. So I what better way than to do it spicy and sweet? Truth, I’ve never had sweet potatoes as sweet – always savory. This is my delicate shift to eating it a bit more on the sweet side, by using a sweet dip.

When I was making this dip and tasted it, it made me think of Fall. And winter too, actually. Not entirely sure why but I think the flavor of cinnamon and sugar just brings Christmasy feelings and thoughts to my head. That’s normal right? Yeah, anyway, the dip is simply delicious. It can be easily made vegan by using soy yogurt. I recommend using high protein yogurts if you are vegan so that the protein + cinnamon combo balanced out the sweet potato’s high glycemic index. If you combine high GI foods with protein, the general overall GI of the combo goes down. I don’t know the exact ways how it works, but I know it works like this. So yeah 🙂 I try to implement this whenever possible. And it’s so easy to do in this situation!

I added a whole lot of cayenne and my mouth was on fire from the spicyness of the sweet potato fries. Thankfully the sweet cold dip was soothing and calmed my sense down. It was an awesome combination.

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Nutritional stats per recipe (estimated): ~200 calories, 7g protein

Questions for you:

  • Have you ever made baked fries?

  • What’s your favorite thing to use for dipping fries in?

Let me know in the comments below!

Want more sweet potato love?

Also try the Sunny Side Sweet Potato Fries with this spicy fries recipe! You’ll love it for breakfast or anytime!

Sunny Side Sweet Potato Fries - a healthier twist on an Irish brunch recipeLike chips? Try my Baked Sweet Potato Chips with Yogurt Mustard Dip. They are just phenomenal and SO easy to make! You’ll kiss those packaged junk-ingredient laden chips goodbye!

Baked Sweet Potato Chips

20 Comments

  1. I always make my sweet potatoes savory as well! In fact I thought I hated them because I never liked the sweet potatoes with marshmallows my family would have at thanksgiving. Now I eat at least 2 a week 🙂 I’ll have to try this dip next time I make mine and give “sweet” sweet potatoes a shot.

  2. Nice work!! That is some great food that will make your skin glow! Can’t wait to try it, maybe with coconut yogurt?? Nicole <3

  3. I am not really a sweet potato fan, love yams but not sweet potatoes… but these might help me to learn to like them. Thanks for sharing on Foodie Friends Friday.

  4. I love sweet potato fries! I’m definitely making these some time!

  5. These sound amazing! Especially with the cinnamon sugar dip! I think I’d eat the dip on its own! Sounds so good!

  6. I adore sweet potatoes so much that I eat at least one every week! My fries never look as good as yours though 🙁 Teach me your secret ways!

  7. The dip for these sweet potato fries sounds fantastic! Thanks for sharing on Foodie Friends Friday!

  8. Yum! I love sweet potato fries! I’ve never made a dip for them before so I’ll be sure to make one next time. 🙂

  9. These swet potato fries look so delicious and I love the idea of a dip. I have never tried that before 🙂

  10. I’m making these. Like today. It’s happening.

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  13. Oh wow! These looks delicious! I am definitively going to make these for dinner this week with the lovel the cinnamon dip!!!

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