Sautéed Sweet Potatoes


Pair this recipe with eggs and sautéed onions for a complete breakfast!

Recipe based on one found on the Civilized Caveman Cooking site

Recipe makes 2 servings.
Approximate Cook Time: 15 minutes
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Rating: 4.12
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1 tablespoon(s) coconut oil
1 large sweet potato(es), grated
1/4 teaspoon(s) cinnamon


  1. Heat a skillet over medium heat. Add coconut oil.
  2. Once skillet is heated, sauté grated sweet potatoes until tender (a few minutes or so).
  3. Sprinkle with cinnamon and mix well.


  1. Leah Jackson

    I am new to Paleo and could use all the help I can get!

  2. themasterkey4life

    I’m new too!!….having a hard time putting together my menu for tomorrow!!….went grocery shopping, but don’t have EVERYTHING!!! My menu will have to consist of what I actually have on hand!!

  3. Chuck

    I’m new too. We all need to talk!

  4. psyanara

    What would you like to talk about Chuck?

  5. sharonmooney

    Hi Im new to the palio diet, will be starting on Monday (28/11/11), we’ve just come back from Thailand on holidays were my brother-in-law lives and he has been on this diet for about a year now although i think he is a little obsessed, he is my husbands twin brother and has lost quits a bit of weight and feels much better in him self so no hubby wants to try!! i also have arthritis and crohns so hopping it will help me as well any recipes or advice will be much appreciated
    thanks, Sharon.x

  6. martinoheat

    Love this! Had it with a couple of eggs this morning and it as awesome. I’ve been looking for a new way to enjoy sweet potatoes and this is it!

  7. cambogirl949

    I’m also new to Paleo and I have to say I’m so excited and this site really helps with different options with meals =)

  8. Shelley

    I was looking forward to this, but was disappointed in the results. Maybe my pan wasn’t hot enough. They all turned dark not too long after. I want to serve them for friends who are coming for dinner, but don’t want them to flop (again).

  9. Larry

    I am new to this Im wanting to put a menu togather.But Im not sure where to start there are so many options I want something simple ans easy to work with.Thanks.

  10. Jan

    Sweet potatoes and southwest seasonings are a great mix. Gives it a really different taste.

  11. nancy

    i am brand new to paleo – have not yet begun because i have given up meats as i don’t feel well eating them – sluggish; i’ve given up on DIETS and have gone to eating primarily fruits, vegies, nuts, seeds – a friend recommended this as i need to lose 40 lbs

  12. Manuela

    Hi, I am also new to paleo. When I look at the recipes especially baking recipes, all call for almond and coconut flour. There is minimal variation on ingrediences. It seems to me that everything will taste the same…. Pancakes are very dense for example. Can one make anythiing with these two flours that is fluffy and light? I am affraid that bread will taste the same as pancakes or muffins, will be dry and falling appart…. :-((((
    Any opinion, experiences, ideas? Thank you.

    • Neely

      Manuela – Yes, you can definitely make things that are fluffy and light, especially with almond flour. I also use tapioca flour a lot, which really lightens things up. You can mix a little in with the coconut flour or almond flour for a lighter texture.

  13. Marisol

    I’m new to Paleo. I’ve been trying different recipes and even a few I’ve mixed up on my own. I’m having fun. Who knew it was so easy. course after you get use to doing things the paleo way. :-) Good Luck to everyone on your healthy journey… :)

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