Loaded baked sweet potatoes

I can’t rave enough about these Loaded baked sweet potatoes. Everyone in my family wanted me to make them again the following day. So easy, delicious and nutritious.

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These Loaded baked sweet potatoes are to die for. All the sweet potato recipes that I have tried before have been sweet dishes so I wasn’t sure if this would work. I have seen other versions of this recipe but never care to try them until today. I was a bit skeptical because I didn’t know if the flavors were going to work…they worked perfectly!

I am glad I tried these loaded baked sweet potatoes because they are just plain sensational.

I urge you to try this recipe. It is fairly easy and you can add any other veggies of your choice. I thought the onions and sweet potatoes were enough so for me, I will keep the recipe just as is next time I make it.

I did quite a large portion for this recipe so I used my large roasting pan. I don’t get to use it as much as I would like to but I am glad I purchased it because it is truly a life saver, especially when it comes to roasting veggies since I do large quantities of them.

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I leave you with this amazing Loaded baked sweet potato recipe that I hope you make soon. If you like sweet potatoes I think you are going to love this recipe.


Loaded baked sweet potatoes | Eat Good 4 Life

Loaded baked sweet potatoes | Eat Good 4 Life

Loaded baked sweet potatoes | Eat Good 4 Life


Loaded baked sweet potatoes

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 8 servings

Total Time: 40 minutes


  • 3 lbs sweet potatoes, cut into wedges
  • 2 large red onion, cut into strips
  • 1 tbs of taco seasoning, any other seasoning will work
  • 6 slices provolone cheese
  • 4 oz cherry tomatoes, chopped
  • 3 oz gorgonzola cheese
  • 3 tbs olive oil
  • Fresh parsley


Preheat your oven to 375F. In a large roasting pan add the onions, sweet potatoes, olive oil and seasoning and mix through. Place the roasting pan in the oven and bake for 30-40 minutes (depending how thick you have cut the potatoes)

Take roasting pan out of the oven and add the slices of provolone, tomatoes and gorgonzola cheese. Place back into the oven for 3-5 minutes or until cheese is melted. Sprinkle fresh parsley over the potatoes and serve while they are warm.

NOTE: I used a mixture of provolone cheese and gorgonzola cheese but you can add any other cheese of your choice.

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  1. I would love to order the Bangkok Curry.  Yum!!!

  2. Definately the Japanese pan noodles!!

  3. I would get the Japanese pan noodles with extra veggies. 

  4. The Penne Rosa with tofu and parmesan cheese!

  5. I go to Noodles frequently but I’m totally bummed that my favorite Indonesian Peanut Saute is gone from the menu. I do love the Vera Cruz chicken salad so I’m OK for now. Bangkok Curry buff bowl is great too.
    I have not tried the Thai Curry soup but it sounds delicious.

  6. Yum – love caramalized sweet potatoes! And, I always wondered what the food was like there, so now I can’t wait to try it!

  7. I’m so excited! By your recipe (yuuuum) AND the discovery that there’s a Noodles & Company not too far from me! Love the maple syrup on these sweet potatoes – so yummy!

  8. I’ve never heard of Noodles & Company but they sound terrific as do all of their dishes. They need to open a location in Seattle! The caramelized sweet potatoes sound fabulous, too!

  9. I’ve never been to Noodles & Company but now I’m going to add it to my list of restaurants to try. Your sweet potatoes look delicious. I love the simple ingredient list.

  10. It has been a good long while since I have been to a Noodles & Company! We don’t have any around here, but there were a few locations near me when I lived in Columbus, OH. :)
    And these sweet potatoes look & sound amazing! I just might have to make this instead of my usual sweet potato casserole for Thanksgiving dinner this year.

  11. I live in the greater Houston area and there are so many restaurant options that I didn’t realize there is a Noodles & Company within 30 minutes from me. I really want to try the Tuscan Fresca with extra veggies (broccoli/carrots) and a side of Tomato Basil Bisque. I like that it seems so customizable. Thanks for the introduction and the recipe.

  12. We used to have a Noodles and Company not too far from our old house and I used to love going there! These sweet potatoes sound fabulous by the way!

  13. I would get the Bankok Curry with shrimp. Yum!!! Starved after looking at their menu. I’ve never been here. Thinking I need to give it a try!! 

  14. Japanese pan noodles!! :)

  15. I really love Noodles and Company. In the past, I would go almost once a week! But I’ve been making meals at home lately so I haven’t gone as much. I usually order the Japanese Pan Noodles, but I would like to try the Thai Curry Soup.

  16. These will be a great dish that will be perfect for the holidays!

  17. mmMMMMGOOD! I’d want to try the Spicy Korean Beef Noodle Bowl – and Noodle & Company is within 3.3 miles of my home – I never knew! I’ll be going to the Cupertino, California Noodle & Company location. Thanks, Miryam, for introducing this great and healthy place to all of us! And thank you for all your effort and time in teaching us how to cook and eat healthy! You have no idea how much I look forward to receiving your recipes in each email. :)

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