Roasted “French Fries”


This is one of my “go to’ recipes when the kids want “junk food” for dinner.  It is simple, clean-up is a breeze, and it is a much healthier option to fast-food.  Did I mention that the kiddos love them?

Roasted French Fries

 Preheat oven to 425. Select your potatoes. Wash and clean them thoroughly.  You can make as many or as few as you want.  That’s why there is no set amount given.


Slice into wedges or desired shape.  Place in a gallon size Ziploc bag.  Pour about a tablespoon of olive oil (you want to use olive for the flavor) over the potatoes. Close bag and shake vigorously to coat all wedges.


Spread over lightly sprayed cookie sheet and bake about 25 minutes or until done.  You can stir if you feel the need – I usually don’t.

Serve warm with ketchup. 🙂  We typically eat things such as  grilled chicken or hamburgers (wrapped in lettuce leaves) with this. 

~~~You can also use sweet potatoes in this recipe.  YUM!~~~


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