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4 Sweet Potato cut into 1/2" slices
1 tbs, melted Ghee
1 tbs Fresh Rosemary
1 tbs,finely chopped Fresh Basil
1 tbs Parsley More for garnish
1 pinch Course Sea Salt
1 pinch Black Pepper
1 tsp Cayenne Pepper

Smoky Herb Butter Sweet Potato Fries




    Somedays can only be made better with a side of fries. Or is that all days?


    Who am I kidding? All days are better when fries are involved!

    I am one of those who has to portion out these savory salty bastards because I will mindlessly eat the whole batch. And all my hard work on staying fit and healthy will go to waste. So, unfortunately I had about ½ a potatoes worth and it was SUPER hard to stop. I’m proud I did though! Go me!

    Now I have all of these leftovers. What to do, what to do?


    Guys, can you believe it’s the end of September already!  I for one am happy about it being fall. I love it! Is it also weird that I love school supplies? I love it when the stock up on fresh new school supplies at Target. I swear I will purposely go to that section and sniff notebooks. Like I am Rory Gilmore. Just smell the books.

    Annnnnyyyywhooo, back to these fries. And not just any fries; these are Smoky Herb Butter Sweet Potato Fries. And they are bangin’.


    They are the side comfort food you have been waiting for. Tossed in herb infused ghee, dashed with some smoky paprika, and then baked until crispy.

    The smoked paprika gives it almost a baconish flavor. And bacon makes everything better!

    What’s even more exciting is that these are Whole30 approved! Yup! You can enjoy these with your jalapeno turkey burgers (bun-less) of course with homemade ketchup!




    If you make this recipe, don’t forget to tag it with #thekitcheneer





    Preheat oven to 425


    Line baking sheet(s) with parchment paper


    Toss potatoes with melted ghee, herbs, and salt and pepper


    Spread out evenly on baking sheet(s)


    Bake for 15-20 then flip


    Lower the temperature to 400 degrees and bake for another 15-20 minutes


    Remove fries from oven and toss with fresh basil and parsley. Serve immediately.

    *Just don’t blame me when your tongue is burnt to hell because you didn’t wait for these to cool off fast enough :P


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    I love finding creative ways to use ghee! And it turns out, it tastes amazing with roasted sweet potato fries. I can’t wait to hear how you like it! ?

    I just made sweet potato fries yesterday and could not get them crispy as I would like. I cannot wait to try these out! Plus the cayenne and added rosemary sounds amazing. Thank you! I am so glad I stumbled by this.

    Mackenzie, try flipping them half way through for a crispier fry. Also, bake a little longer for extra crispiness! Can’t wait to hear how you like these!

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