Nutrition Facts
Servings Per Recipe: 3
Serving Size: 1 serving
Amount Per Serving
Calories 177.2
Total Fat 9.7 g
Saturated Fat 1.4 g
Polyunsaturated Fat 1.5 g
Monounsaturated Fat 6.7 g
Cholesterol 0.0 mg
Sodium 3,895.2 mg
Potassium 182.3 mg
Total Carbohydrate 22.6 g
Dietary Fiber 3.0 g
Sugars 0.0 g
Protein 1.5 g
Vitamin A 349.6 %
Vitamin B-12 0.0 %
Vitamin B-6 11.3 %
Vitamin C 33.3 %
Vitamin D 0.0 %
Vitamin E 1.2 %
Calcium 3.1 %
Copper 7.6 %
Folate 3.1 %
Iron 4.6 %
Magnesium 2.3 %
Manganese 22.3 %
Niacin 3.0 %
Pantothenic Acid 5.1 %
Phosphorus 2.5 %
Riboflavin 7.6 %
Selenium 0.8 %
Thiamin 3.9 %
Zinc 1.8 %
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

Calories in Healthy Sweet Potato Fries

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Calories per serving of Healthy Sweet Potato Fries

91 calories of Sweet potato, (0.67 sweetpotato, 5" long)

80 calories of Extra Virgin Olive Oil, (0.67 tbsp)

2 calories of Cinnamon, ground, (0.33 tsp)

0 calories of Splenda, (1.67 tsp)

0 calories of Salt, (1.67 tsp)

Nutrition & Calorie Comments  

These look very good but have you SEEN the sodium???
WAY too salty! Also, I think the original post must have meant teaspoon, not tablespoon. Was too much seasoning for two sweet potatoes. I didn't use all of it, and was still too salty.
I have not made this recipe because of the sodium content in it... Also, I wonder if you could use pam spray instead of the oil...What other spices can you use instead of cinnamon.... I am allergic to it... I would make it if not for these issues...
I did not add the salt or splenda.
served as a side to black bean burgers.
Excellent low fat treat. Keep them in the fridge and nibble on them.
Too salty. Need to cut down on the salt.
Very good without the salt.
The ingredients listed here don't match with the amounts listed when you click recipe details (tsp vs. tbsp., the amount of salt, etc.)
Sweet Potatoes are usually good without anything except spray on butter, if you have good potatoes. Otherwisethe sweetner and spices may be needed. I used a slight sprinkle of sea salt.
too much salt!
I'd make this! But not with the salt or splenda. Just sprinkle some cinnamon and nutmeg on the fries. I'd also cook them on a wire rack -- let any excess oil drain away.
I didnt try this yet. but I want to share my cooking idea for sweet potato. try it ! boil it on water till mature with little sugar or honey. and serve it with honey. :)
Olive oil and a little salt is great, maybe a little cinnamon also, make all the time
I also leave off the salt with good results! Yummy! These are also very good cold the next morning.
Coach SP_STEPF-Stepfanie's roast veggie recipe w/twist is- 375F (15min a side) use 2 cooky sheets (brush w/olive oil) lay 1/4 inch slice veggies on pan-brush w/oil- sprinkle w/garlic powder & black pepper. Did NOT use salt, sugar, cinnamon, so thought sweet potatoes would taste ick, but YUM-YUM!!
I don't use artificial sweeteners or any other man-made ingredients. Use a real sweetener (brown sugar, honey, maple syrup, stevia, etc) instead or nothing since sweet potatoes are...sweet! We need to respect our bodies and and keep most of the food we consume as "close to the farm" as possible.
If you don't like the splenda, use a little brown sugar and cinnamon. That's great!
Sodium: 3,895.2 mg!
Simple to make but too sweet and salty. Will definitely cut down on the amount of cinnamon and salt next time.
i didn't have kosher salt but these were still very good!
i will make this again my boyfriend and i loved it but next time we're going to try it w/ stevia or simply use les sugar and we will also use less oil
When I put this in the recipe calculator, I got fewer calories (about 94) and less sodium (about 2000) - not sure why. That's still a lot of sodium I can't have, so I'm going to try it with little or no salt.
i hope people understand that splenda is working against you . it makes you gain 3 time the pounds you gain from regular sugar!
Very good. I usually make mine with the salt and chili pepper and duh, didn't think of cinnamon. I left out the salt and splenda by accident - so caught up in thinking "why didn't I think of cinnamon" and they were still really good. May try it next time with splenda but didn't miss it this time .
why would you want to add that much salt? that is enough sodium for weeks;(>. splenda is not needed and the chips are good.
splenda and salt not needed potatoes good on their own. Too much cinnamon.
i love sweet potato fries but i agree- splenda is gross!!..i don't add extra salt either but i love them with cinnamon
I have been making baked sweet potato fries for years, but I add crushed fresh garlic and/or garlic salt, chili powder, cumin, pepper in a ziploc bag with the olive oil, shake up to thoroughly coat the pieces, and then bake. I also have used "Caribbean Jerk" seasoning instead of the other spices.
I love these, also use a spritzer to spray them and no sweetener or salt, but I sprinkle all sorts of spices and herbs on to vary the flavour
Made it twice. But did not use the splenda or cinamon - used kosher salt; corriander; basil
will try this without the cinnamons and with a lot less salt. That sodium reading has gotta be an error!
r u sure u didn't mean 2tsps salt" love fries done like this and yams are really good.
I made this without the sugar or cinn. and used a ziplock bag with a small amt of EVOO and shook the cut up potatoes before placing in oven. Make them all the time. They don't need seasoning I don't think!
I make my sweet potato fries by just spraying them with EVoo spray and sprinkling them with garlic powder and whatever spices and/or hebs I'm in the mood for that day. I'd never add so much salt tho - wouldn't be good for my husband especially and any of us in general.
I think she meant tsp for teaspoons, NOT tbsp for tablespoons. I'd use even less salt, but intend to try as these sound yummy. Proabably no sugar either, at least the first time i try them.
I make these with herbs and no salt or splenda. Over 3 grams of salt in one serving when daily allowance for a healthy person is a maximum of 2 grams!!!
Why is the sodium so high in this? Sweet potato's are good for U. Is this a mistake? Anna
I am just concerned about the Sodium posted in the Nutrition Facts. I believe it is wrong. otherwise this would be really unhealthy. EVELEZ can you check it out? Thanks
I actually make sweet potato fries but wouldn't really care for these that much. I do make them without the splenda, cinnamon, and salt but I do spray no cal butter flavor pam, garlic powder and any other seasoning I like.
we made this but not with sugar and cinnamon but with light bit of salt so good Dawmia
I retain water so sodium is bad also i'm diabetic so have to watch natural sugar in sweet potato, I don't know?
I agree with basketmaker its too much sodium. Why not try No Salt which doesn't have as much sodium.
There is 1 tablespoon of sqalt per sweet potato! I make this using a variety of vegetables but with no sweetener or salt.
I make these with less EVOO, I use a spritzer to spray the oil on them, saving calories.