Baked Sweet Potato Wedges

~ Posted on Friday, January 7, 2011 at 9:28 AM ~

It's been a while since I last did any baking, in fact, my oven acted up a bit when I was doing this. Anyway, this is my 1st attempt of making: BAKED SWEET POTATO WEDGES.

I baked this on 6th Jan. I used a small amount of sweet potato (oh well, it's my first attempt, thought better not risk wasting too much if it goes wrong!) and baked it for Ben's afternoon snacks.


* Less than 5 minutes to peel and cut sweet potato into thin slices
* 5 minutes to pre-heat the oven
* 15 minutes for baking process

Ingredients / Tool Required:

* Sweet potato (amount/quantity up to you)
* Peeler, knife and chopping board
* A baking pan to hold the sweet potato (I used my 8 inch square pan)
* A teaspoon of olive oil

What to Do?

* Wash the sweet potato, peel and slice them into thin wedges.
* Place the sweet potato wedges into the baking pan.
* Toss with a teaspoon of olive oil.


* Pre-heat oven at 200℃ (about 5 minutes)
* Place wire rack tray into oven.
* Set oven to 200℃ and bake for 15 minutes
* Baked until brown and crisp


Ben chomping off one of the wedges...

So there you go.... my 1st BAKED SWEET POTATO WEDGES attempt! Overall, I'm happy with this attempt - I'm happy to see Ben keep coming back for more (he actually said 'more! more!') To view my other recipes, feel free to hop over to my Recipe Library page for more info!

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Comments (5) -

Mama Hen

Wow this sounds yummy! It looks like a great snack. I will have to try this. I hope you have a great day!

Mama Hen

Jenny @ I'm a full-time mummy

Hi Mama Hen!

Yes, it's yummy and super easy to make! You have a great day too! Take care!

Sherri Lewis

This is my favorite way to fix sweet potatoes.  I usually do mine in thin slices to make them more like chips, but the overall result is the same

Chrystal D

I love these. I add some butter/nutmeg mix on mine before I bake them.

Kathy Smith

Yum, I love sweet potatoes and these sound great. I might add a little cinnamon when I bake mine. Thanks for recipe

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