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Oven Baked "Fries" Video


When is a French fry not a fry? When they are baked! Check out how to make a healthier "fry" in this Oven Baked "Fries" video.

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Hi, I’m Catherine. Mama of three. A Kentucky girl living in California. Here’s what I know: all kids can be great eaters and mealtime must be easy. My passion is creating simple, healthy recipes that can be enjoyed by the whole family.

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27 comments

  • Karen

    Love it! I'm going to try this tonight.

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  • JulieG

    Kenya totally bit into that raw potato lol love him. Thanks for sharing, looks great!

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  • Ilona

    will try out for sure! But what would be that \"nice, high temperature\"?

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    • Catherine

      450 degrees F! Here is the written recipe: http://b12.ba4.myftpupload.com/2011/01/26/oven-baked-fries/ :)

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  • LJ

    What temp should it be?

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    • Catherine

      450 degrees F! Here is the written recipe: http://b12.ba4.myftpupload.com/2011/01/26/oven-baked-fries/ :)

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  • Kendall

    Yum

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  • Shannon

    Thanks for this recipe. I am going to try it tomorrow. I have a question for you about the starfruit you used for the fruit wands. I want to make them for my daughter's party and I can't seem to find them in any of my grocery stores. I was wondering where you bought them. I live in Redondo Beach so I was hoping I might have some luck finding them. Thanks!

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  • Amber

    Thanks for the video!! I have been making these often since you put up the recipe, but have always had a hard time getting them to look like fries!! I will try the rectangle trick!! Love your site!!

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  • Maranda

    Thank you for sharing! I did not know about putting the potatoes in water, I will definitely be trying these tonight!!

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  • adr209

    Love it! Tried it with sweet potatoes and sprinkled some rosemary and it was delish!

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  • Carrie Maurais

    I would love some information on recipes for toddlers (I have picky toddler twins- 15 months old ;)

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    • Kylie McCollough

      Even more than the recipe I LOVE this video! It's just like cooking with my son Max. \"Mom can I show you something with the knife\" LOL!

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  • Kristine

    LOVE THIS! Can you use olive oil instead of Canola or does it turn out weird? I'm going to try this tonight!

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    • Catherine

      You can totally use olive oil! It will taste different because olive oil is flavorful, but it'll be yummy!

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  • Marie

    Yes please!

    That that video cracked me up, your son is really cute! haha

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  • Sheri Singh

    Hi i love your oven baked fries!

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  • nSandy Hollinger

    I would love to recieve healthy recipes for toddlers Thanks

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  • Johanna

    I would like to join the mailing list for recipes and tips!

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  • Pam

    I can't wait for more tips and recipes!

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  • Trevis McKenzie

    I have a 3 year old and I try keeping her on a healthy eating regimen. Look forward to seeing more recipes to try for her.

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  • Marina

    I have a three year old brother who .loves French fries so I will try this later for a snack.

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  • Jessica

    Adorable son! And great video. I will try with both regular and sweet potatoes!

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  • Rose DeMann

    Great video! Love the baked fries and including your kids makes it fun!

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  • Jesse

    Love the idea, the video and the realness of it! Why the Canola/vegetable oil though? I was pretty surprised by that, considering I came from a Real Food site, to yours.. hmmm

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  • Diana Aldecoa

    Fun videos

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  • Mel

    I think my kids will love these!

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