I have discovered the delights of a spiralizer in the kitchen over the school hols, I have managed to get s silly amount of veggies into the boys with no one complaining!!!
These noodles were a great success and let’s be honest, garlic butter makes everything better!
1 kg sweet potato, spiralized
3 garlic cloves, finely spiced
2 tablespoons fresh parsley, chopped
Salt and pepper
Preheat the oven to 200 degrees Centigrade.
Place the butter and garlic in a roasting tin and slide into the oven , just until the butter has melted.
Now add the parsley, salt and pepper, swirl around to combine.
Finally add the spiralized sweet potato and then using tongs, move it around the roasting tin to cover in the butter.
Place in the oven and bake for 15 minutes, turning once or twice if you have time.
31 thoughts on “Oven Baked Sweet Potato Noodles With Garlic Butter”
This soinds a great way to get kids to eat their veg. Thanks for sharing
My absolute pleasure cooking with kids 😀Ros
Looks delicious. What does a spiralizer do? I’ve never heard of one
Thanks halulamalula! You get manual or electric spiralizer that cut your veg or fruit into various noodle shapes. Some veggies then need cooking, like sweet potatoes or others you can eat raw like carrots, zucchini and beetroot. 😀 Ros
I’ve never seen sweet potatoes spiralized, great idea!
Thanks dietmyway, they were really yummy and gluten free too 😀 Ros
Will definitely be trying!!! I’ve had my spiralizer for almost a year and have only used it once.
I was worried I might not use it often Storilines but it has been out nearly daily! I work in a primary school canteen so I’m experimenting a lot to try and sneak more veggies into the children! 😀 Ros
What a great idea! I love the spiralizer! Have you tried the zucchini noodles?
Thanks anitaliandish! I have tried the zucchini noodles, trying lots of options so I can introduce veggie noodles to the school
Canteen that I work at once the new year starts at the end of the month 😀 Ros
This looks so great!
Thanks so much floured bottoms!
Looks amazing!! I’m going to need to look into getting a Spiralizer. Never heard of it till now.
I’m a convert geekkat, especially for eating more veggies!
This looks really good. Did you make the noodles with a standard countertop spiraliser, or do you have something sturdier for a hard vegetable like a sweet potato?
Morning musingsondinner. I used a standard bench top manual one, I have the Avanti brand, good suction cups on the feet make all the difference 😉 Ros
Thank you! Mine is a Lurch one but it looks identical. I haven’t dared use it on sturdier vegetables yet so I’m glad it’s possible!
With the harder veggies so far we have tried sweet potatoes, carrots and beetroot and they all worked a treat.
Going to try this out this weekend! Looks yammie!
Hope you enjoy them as much as we do Lizzy 😀 Ros
Looking tasty, i think i will try this soon, thanks for sharing a valuable content for those who love food and cooking.
Thanks Katfoodblog 😀 Ros
Thanks InspiresN! 😀 Ros
Oh Wow! This looks too yum! ❤
Thanks so much Ahalya! 😀 Ros
Thank you so much Relaena! 😀 Ros
Yum! Looks great.
Thanks Mandy, they are sooo yummy! 😀 Ros