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Whole 30 Compliant Sweet Potato Fries

As you saw in my last post, going Whole 30 is hard but WORTH IT. For just 30 days you’re taking your digestive system back to its roots while eating only whole and natural unprocessed foods. If you like to cook and have the time to do it, that makes it a whole lot easier.

At the start of my diet I began to realize that my body was craving something hard and filling that I could chew (that wasn’t bread or any sort of grains). The answer was potatoes. If you go on Whole 30 or are simply just looking for another super quick and healthy snack to make, whip up the recipe below. It takes just a few minutes of prep time and you have time to get other things done while the fries are baking in the oven.

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The sweet potatoes are SO delicious and help satisfy my cravings for sugar as well – there’s none added of course, but the sweet potatoes are naturally, well, sweet which does help curb other Whole 30 threatening cravings in the long run.

Keep reading to see my recipe for Whole 30 Compliant Sweet Potato Fries!

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Whole 30 Compliant Sweet Potato Fries

Prep Time: 5 Minutes        Cook Time 45 Minutes        Total Time: 50 Minutes

Let’s Get Started:

1-2 sweet potatoes, rinsed and sliced into fry shapes
Salt
Pepper
Italian Seasoning
Olive oil

Let’s Get Cooking:

Preheat the oven to 375°F. On a baking sheet place cut sweet potato fries. Drizzle olive oil, salt, pepper, Italian Seasoning and olive oil over the fries. Bake for 30-45 minutes, flipping halfway through. Enjoy!

Let’s Get Creative:

If you’re going Whole 30, you definitely want to stay away from ketchup… I know, that’s not ideal but there’s SO much sugar in ketchup! Instead, try a garlicy aioli dipping sauce or spice it up with some sriracha. I honestly like that they taste more natural so I don’t dip them in anything myself!

Stay Classy! xx

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