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Baked Parsnip Fries

Baked Parsnip Fries
Baked Parsnip Fries
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Are you craving some fast food, but you're wary of the calories? If so, then you should try these Baked Parsnip Fries. This baked vegetable recipe tastes exactly like regular French fries, but they are so much healthier. No potatoes or butter are required for this French fry recipe because the parsnips are naturally buttery on their own. This cuts out a lot of unwanted fat and calories, without sacrificing that comforting flavor. These "fries" are slightly sweet, with just a hint of spiciness and a dash of pepper. Dip these fries in ketchup or honey mustard to enhance their taste.

Serves4

Preparation Time10 min

Cooking Time40 min

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I don't think that these taste just like potato French fries, but they are a really good healthful substitute, and the color is convincing. I have a very picky 5 year old, and he ate them. (with ketchup) The cornstarch coating is such a great tip, which can be used for other veggie "fries" that might otherwise lack in crispness, like zucchini or sweet potatoes!

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