Sweet potatoes have 400% more Vitamin A in them than white potatoes. They also have more Vitamin C, fewer calories, more fiber and few net carbs than a white potato, despite having more sugar (source). By using sweet potatoes and baking them, you can enjoy your baked sweet potato fries with less guilt!
Sweet, smokey and deliciously easy to make, these Crispy Baked Sweet Potato Fries with Garlic Aioli Dipping Sauce are exactly what you need to curb you pub-food cravings. These sweet potato fries are best when eaten warm, which compliments the cool, zesty garlic aioli sauce perfectly. Just be sure to make enough, these won’t last long!
Easy Low-Fat Baked Sweet Potato Fries. If you're craving a high-fat and salty treat like fast food French fries, try this vegan recipe for healthier baked sweet potato fries. Baked sweet potato fries are much lower in fat than a deep-fried version and are very quick to prepare. Kids will love these baked fries as well.