October 13, 2017
Is it wrong to eat just fries for lunch? Because..that’s what I did today. I once saw a vegan YouTuber do that so I thought, why the heck not.
When the temperature drops, all I want to do is eat warm food that comforts my soul. Anyone else?
Jonathon and I have been on this hash brown kick. And when I say hash browns I mean tater tots, mini tater tots, frozen hash browns, Arby’s curly fries. Wait, what?
Don’t judge me. I have needs.
So I thought, Kaitlyn, you’re not completely helpless. You could whip up some homemade fries, right?!
Wrong, I was very wrong. I don’t know the first thing in fry making. What temp is the oven? How long do they stay in the oven? How do I make them crispy? How do I even cut a potato into fries? All these unanswered questions — Pioneer Women?! Bobby Flay? Can anyone help me?!
I would like to say I figured this all out on my own but we all know that’s not true. I turned to Pinterest. You thought the answer to all your questions could be found on Google? Nah, it’s Pinterest. I picked the first recipe I could find and it led me to Garlic Lime Sweet Potato Fries.
I just want you to know, these will be gone before the oven cools down. They’re everything I ever wanted in a fry and more. Flavorful, filling, perfection in potato form.
When you try these, I’d love if you came back to the blog and told me how you enjoyed them.
Time to cook! Goodbye to frozen tater tots. (probably not, but it’s a step)
TIPS: I used this pizza pan shown below because of the holes on the bottom that allow heat to circulate. Because of this I didn’t flip my fries (who has patience for that?) If you don’t have that pan, you’ll need to flip them after the 20 minutes. And ideally give them more room to breathe than I did. 🙂
This recipe is from www.paleoglutenfree.com
all my love,