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These sweet potato fries are a far cry from those soggy fast food fries. You’ll never look back once you try them. There are only 5 ingredients and it’s are so simple to make!
And the best part? They are healthy! Sweet potatoes are loaded with nutrients–antioxidants, potassium, vitamin B6, fiber and more.
1 ½ lbs. sweet potatoes, chopped into strips about 1/2” wide
½ tsp. sea salt
1 tsp. paprika
½ tsp. cinnamon
¼ c. grapeseed or coconut oil or organic, grass-fed butter
Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
Peel potatoes and cut into strips about 1/2” wide on each side.
Place all ingredients in sealable plastic bag and shake until potatoes are completely coated.
Place seasoned sweet potatoes in large glass bowl.
Cook for 30-45 minutes, turning every 10 minutes.
Transfer immediately to a paper towel-lined plate and serve warm.
Sweet Potatoes: packed with vitamins, minerals, fiber, full of phytonutrients, including beta carotene, which helps the body with free radical damage, promotes anti-aging, and fights cancer and heart disease, as well as Vitamin B6, which promotes energy in the body.
Paprika: filled with antioxidants
Celtic sea salt: full of minerals and trace minerals, especially magnesium, calcium, and chloride
Cinnamon: helps balance blood sugar levels, prevent diabetes, energy, high in antioxidants
Grapeseed oil: contains higher heat threshold, does not oxidize
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