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Adaptogenic, plant-based cuisine is chef Joanathan Riccardi's specialty.... this time he incorporates the antioxidant-rich root Ashwagandha into a heavenly yet healthy savory snack -  to  to satisfy those salty chip cravings while supporting immunity, resilience to stress, hormonal balance, energy levels and libido.... YUM!



A note from Joanas

My intention with these adaptogenic sweet potato chips is to create an indulgent and easy snack. One of my favorite ways to unwind from my day is to snack on potato chips. I just love them! Who doesn't? So I thought why not create super easy and healthy chips...

Sweet potatoes are loaded with plant protein and when you dehydrate them, you get most of it's nutrients to stay in the chips. I decided to season them with Sun Potion's Ashwagandha simply because it helps reduce blood sugar levels so it balances out the sweet potatoes. That, combined with it's anti-anxiety and anti-stress properties make this snack an amazing way to relax and decompress from your day. Have as many as your soul is craving.


1 medium sweet potato

1 tbsp. coconut oil

¼ tsp. Ashwagandha

¼ tsp. turmeric

1 tsp. pink Himalayan salt



Slice sweet potatoes in a very thin almost translucent rounds

Rinse the sweet potatoes in a large bowl of water

Drain and repeat rinse 3 times

Toss sweet potatoes with coconut oil, Ashwagandha, turmeric and salt

Place chips on mesh screens and sprinkle salt over the chips again

Dehydrate at 118 degrees F for 24 hours or until crispy and dry*

If you do not have a dehydrator, you can place in the oven at 250 degrees F for 2 hours or more and flipping once during the baking process to make sure they crisp up on both sides




Going further with Ashwagandha... (a note from the Sun Potion team)

Considered one of the most important herbs in Ayurveda (Ayur=life, veda=science or knowledge), Ashwagandha is a powerful adaptogen that helps to harmonize the physiological processes inside of our bodies. Studies have shown it can significantly improve one's resistance to stress and can aid in reduction of anxiety, thereby improving overall quality of life. It promotes healthy sexual and reproductive balance in both men and women, may improve energy levels and mitochondrial health, and has anti-inflammatory and anti-arthritic properties. This amazing herb is also said to have potent antioxidant properties which protect against cellular damage caused by free-radicals (these free-radicals can cause damage to living cells and tissues in a process called "oxidative stress"). For all these reasons and beyond, since there are too many to name, we love Ashwagandha and are grateful to this plant for its healing and balancing properties- added to sweet potato chips - heavenly!