Now that Thanksgiving is behind us, some of the season’s best produce is still bountiful…cheap…and healthy! Yes, I’m talking about sweet potatoes, among other things. Brussels sprouts, anyone? Yum.
After the praises I sung for Sweet Potato Coins with Gorgonzola and Bacon, this recipe caught my eye. I finally got settled in with my new cookbooks last weekend and this was the first on my must-make list. With sweet potatoes on sale and people turning on their best behavior food-wise, this dish is perfect for holiday meals, a classy Super Bowl side, or…just because.
These Herbed Sweet Potatoes with Feta are thick-cut sweet potatoes seasoned with thyme and roasted with feta and pine nuts. Simply divine!
For the recipe (and many others!), head on over to Cara’s Clean Eating Cocktail Party!
Work, cooking class, hockey…! Wish me lucky with my team full of NHL guys!
Love! Feta is something I’ve yet to really combine with sweet potatos… but I think I like the sound of it!
Thank you so much for contributing this awesome recipe! so glad you could make it to the party 🙂
That looks amazing!! Good luck today at hockey – I’m sure you’ll be great!
These sound so good! I could eat a huge bowl of it
I’ve never thought to pair all these ingredients together. This looks like the most delicious combo ever! Can’t wait to try!
I adore sweet potatoes, and Love that you added pine nuts and feta, think this will taste so good together. Thanks for sharing.
I love sweet potatoes and I love feta!!
This recipe looks fabulous to me!! I have to make this!
I would never think to combine sweet potatoes and feta, but I can just imagine how well they complement each other.
Made this tonight and LOVED it. Just wondering if you have the nutritional info on this…..mostly interested in the carb count.
Kari, I’m glad you loved it! Sweet potatoes are about 7 grams of carb per slice if I go based on this recipe: https://preventionrd.com/2012/10/sweet-potato-coins-with-gorgonzola-and-bacon/ – that’s a really rough estimate, but it gives you a place to start 🙂