Do you need a Gluten Free idea for St. Patrick’s Day? Here are some ideas …

I like doing special treats on special days … yet sometimes I don’t plan and I don’t have a lot of time … and I am really not sure how I am going to pull anything special off! I’m sure you have felt the same!

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So, if you have gluten free kids or teens and you want to do something special but you don’t have a clue of what to do and you are running low on time … here’s a couple ideas to make the day fun.

You could make some pancakes and put some green dye in them. If you have extra time, use a cookie cutter to cut them out into shamrocks and the kids will think it’s a very fun way to start the day! We love the recipe from America’s Test Kitchen cookbook or you can pick up a mix (we like Kinnikinnick Pancake and Waffle Mix).

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If you really don’t have time or energy, as we all feel like that sometimes. You could dye some whipped cream green and dip fruit into it. Or there was one year that I simply put some green dye into their milk. I thought it was fun, but my kids were little at the time and refused to drink the milk!

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When it comes to any occasion, I usually make sugar cookies. I love sugar cookies and I think they are fun to make. If you have taken my sugar cookie class, you could always make shamrock sugar cookies and decorate with my royal icing.

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I love cookie cutters, I have a lot! Use your imagination and use your cookie cutters to cut everything and anything into shamrocks. It doesn’t require any cooking and it makes it fun. You can cut cheese, cold meat, bread, toast, cucumbers, etc. Remember, that your kids won’t remember that you fussed for hours baking something … they just remember that you had fun with them …. so remember to have fun!

Or, you can make chocolate shamrock cookies. They are easy and quick to make. To me, they taste a bit like Oreos’s .. and we all know that oreo’s are a hit these days!!! If you don’t have a shamrock cookie cutter you can just make them into circles.

My last idea for you is to make my chocolate cupcakes. Check out the FREE class. You learn some tips on how to get a moist non crumbly gluten free cupcake. You don’t have to have any fancy flours … I use a cake mix in this class! You also will get a recipe card for my favourite buttercream icing (which you could dye green!).

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Hopefully I have inspired you to make something special for your gluten free love. Pick something that you have time for, it doesn’t have to be fancy. Remember, it’s the time you spend with your family and the memories you create, that your kiddos will remember the most.

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Pi Day

Pi Day!

My husband is a math guy and our children have his same abilities. Because they are math enthusiasts, they like Pi Day! The last few years I have done different fun things. So, if you need some ideas …

  • use a knife to cut out the pi sign and place on top of the pie or tarts
  • use numbered cookie cutters to cut and then place ‘3.14159265359’ on top of the pie. Or just eat little pieces of pie crust (like cookies!)
Pi Day

If you need a flaky gluten free pie dough recipe and would like to learn how to make gluten free pie, then you can take my pie dough class and make your own gluten free pie for ‘Pi Day’.

For Pi Day my pie dough class is on sale for less than $2! It will go back up to normal price tomorrow. You will learn valuable tips on how to make an excellent gluten free pie crust. The class has a 25 minute video demo that you can watch whenever it works for you plus a recipe card. Both are yours on your dashboard to look back at again and again.

If you have your own recipe and don’t need tips and tricks to learn to make them gluten free style, then enjoy having some fun this Pi Day!

These are the kitchen tools that I find helpful when making pie or sugar cookies …


Need an idea for lunches or snack for your gluten free Love? Here is a recipe for some GF DF Baked Granola Bars

I connected with an ‘old’ friend this year and she sells Pampered Chef. My love for Pampered Chef has grown over the years because they have some great kitchen tools. I already own a number of things from this company, as I truly believe they make ones life easier in the kitchen! Yet, after talking to Charlene, I felt like I ‘HAD’ to get something new :). I received the Snack Pan on my doorstep, this week. What is cool … is that you can bake in the pan and then once they are cool just put the lid on. The lid easily comes on and off for people to take one out. It’s pretty cool! I don’t get any incentives at all with Charlene … I just truly like my pan! If you want a Snack Pan you can reach out to her and get one .. or any other Pampered Chef consultant 🙂

I used a granola bar recipe that I like and made these fabulous bars!

Here is the recipe for you to try, yet, remember that you can add anything to a granola bar … so don’t be afraid to get creative!

GF DF Granola Bars

Gluten and Dairy Free Granola Bars

Gluten & Dairy Free
Course Snack
Servings 17


  • 140 grams Peanut Butter
  • 110 grams Honey
  • 1 Egg
  • 1 tsp Vanilla
  • 3 Cups Gluten Free Rolled Oats I used Only Oats
  • 1/2 Cup Quinoa Flakes
  • 2 tbsp Chia, whole
  • 1 tbsp Flax seeds, whole
  • 1/4 cup Brown Sugar If you like it sweeter you can add up to 1/2 cup
  • 1/3 cup Craisins
  • 1/3 cup Chocolate Chips


  • Measure all of your dry ingredients in a large bowl. Stir well.
    Granola Dry Ingredients
  • Measure your peanutbutter, vanilla, honey and egg into a second bowl and mix well with a spoon.
  • Add wet ingredients to dry ingredients and stir until well combined.
    Granola Mixture
  • Take a small scoop and fill the Snack Pan cavities with granola mixture. I put three small scoops into each cavity.
  • I wet the tips of my fingers with water and pushed the granola flat into the granola bar caviites, so they were flat.
  • With the extra granola, I scooped it into my small silicone muffin pans. I small scoop in each muffin cup.
  • Bake in a 350 degree F oven for 12 minutes. The edges will be just slightly golden. If you bake longer they will be a crispy granola bar. Baked like this, they will be a bit chewy.
  • Cool on rack. Once completely cooled, put the lid on and they are ready to eat!


Make sure you use Certified Gluten Free Oats, if you are a celiac.  
I can find Quinoa Flakes in my Natural Food Store.  If you have trouble you can get online.
I use a digital scale to measure peanut butter and honey and lots of items in my recipes.  The reason is you can just pour your ingredients into the bowl and not have the messy job of scraping out measuring cups and such. Digital Kitchen Scale
The Snack Pan can be ordered through Charlene or any other Pampered Chef Consultant.  Or try the small muffin silicone pan, and you will have bite size granola bites!  I used my small scoop for each bite.  You can get small muffin pans in your local store or click on picture and you will be directed to buy online, if you are interested.
Snack Pan
I use my Small Scoop from Pampered Chef (or you can get from Amazon) to portion the granola bars.  I do this for two reasons.  One, it makes it easy to fill the sections in the pan AND secondly, my husband is a diabetic.  It is very easy to calculate carbs if you know exactly what you have put into each granola bar.  
Scoops for Muffins or Cookies
Scoops from Amazon
Pampered Chef Scoops
Scoops form Pampered Chef
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Gluten Free Shamrock Cookies Recipe

I’ve always enjoyed make something special for holidays. Here is a fun gluten free chocolate shamrock cookie recipe for you to make for or with your kids/teens. My celiac and non-celiac teens gave the thumbs up. Give it a try and let me know what you think.

Gluten Free Shamrock Cookies

Gluten Free
Course Dessert


  • Rolling Pin & Mat
  • Cookie Cutter
  • Mixer Like a KitchenAide
  • Digital Kitchen Scale
  • Wax Paper


  • 200 grams My 1:1 Flour see below for link to recipe
  • 75 grams Cocoa
  • 200 grams Sugar
  • 1/4 tsp Baking Soda
  • 1/2 tsp Salt
  • 1 tsp Xantham Gum If your flour has xantham or guar gum, leave this out of the recipe (my flour does not have)
  • 1/2 tsp Coffee
  • 4 tbsp Milk
  • 1 tbsp Cream
  • 1/2 tsp Vanilla
  • 110 grams Hard Margarine I use Parkay
  • 55 grams Butter

Filling for Cookies

  • 1/3 cup Cream (35%)
  • 225 grams White Chocolate
  • 7 drops Green Food Coloring
  • 2 tbsp Icing Sugar


  • Place the flour, cocoa, sugar, xantham gum, soda, salt, and instant coffee in to your kitchen aide mixing bowl. Use a whisk to mix the ingredients well.
  • Cut up your butter and margarine and put into the mixing bowl. Use your paddle attachement and mix on low for a minute. Then add the vanilla, cream and milk and mix until it is a soft dough. Divide the dough in half. Use your hands to shape each piece of dough into a round ball.
  • Place a piece of wax paper on rolling mat and then place one round ball of dough ontop of the wax paper. Place a second piece of wax paper ontop of dough. Use your rolling pin and roll out the dough to 1/4 inch thickness. I have a great rolling pin that has rings you can put on the end to make it easy to roll out the exact depth (take a look at end of recipe if you are interested).
  • Place the rolled dough, still between the wax paper, in the fridge.
  • Repeat with second ball of dough. Chill dough for 45 minutes.
  • Remove one piece of dough from the fridge, leaving the wax paper on, and place it ontop of your mat. Gently pull off the top piece of wax paper.
  • Take your shamrock cookie cutter (or round if you don't have a shamrock!) and cut out as many as you can.
  • Place the cookie shamrocks on a parchment lined baking sheet.
  • Bake in a 350 degree F oven for 10-12 minutes. Remove from oven and place baking sheet on cooling rack for 10 minutes. Then transfer cookies to cooking rack to cool completely.
  • If you have enough baking sheets, you can cut out both pieces of dough. If you do not have enough baking sheets, then let your baking sheets cool and then repeat with your second round of dough.
  • If you don't have a shamrock cookie cutter, you can use a round cookie cutter, and they look nice as well.
  • Place your white chocolate in a bowl. In another small bowl, heat the cream in a microwave for 20-30 seconds. Then pour the cream onto your white choclate and let it sit to melt. Then add 7 drops of green food coloring and stir. Then add the icing sugar and stir. You can add more cream or icing if you need to adjust the texture. It will thicken as it cools.
  • Put the green 'icing' into a decorating bag or a ziploc bag. Cut a small corner out of bag and gently squeeze the 'icing' onto the bottom of one cookie and then line up the bottom of the second cookie and gently press together. You can also use a spoon or knife and just spread teh icing on.
  • These cookies are great, as this icing does not make the cookies soft or mushy. You can put all the icing in and have them made, or let your kids do thier own. You also can put as much or as little 'icing filling' in as you like.
  • Enjoy!


Rolling Pin and MatI LOVE my rolling pin.  It came with a non-stick mat and many rings that I can change out and put on the ends of my rolling pin.  The rings make it so the dough that I am rolling out can have an exact depth of  1/8, 1/4, 1/2″ etc. depth.  It really does make it easy to roll cookies or pie dough. I bought mine online, if you want to check it out. 
If you can’t find a Shamrock locally, here is one online for you to get in time for St. Patrick’s Day
If you don’t have a Kitchen Mixer of some sort.  I really use my kitchen aide on nearly a daily basis.  
Digital Kitchen Scale is used for measuring Digital Kitchen Scaleingredients and separating the dough in half
For My 1:1 Flour I keep it in this container.  It makes it really easy to measureMy Flour Container of Choice as you can use the ‘lip’ of the opening to level the flour to make it exact (instead of using a knife).  If you want my 1:1 Flour Recipe check it out at my Flour Video Demo. Gluten Free 1:1 Flour
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New GF Cookbook Arrived …

The new gluten free cookbook that I ordered arrived on my doorstep. I can’t believe how thick it is!

It has nearly 600 pages of recipes and tips on gluten free baking. My daughter, who is not a celiac, loves to bake. She got a hold of my new book yesterday and was the first to bake from it. She loves chocolate, so I’m not surprised that she made brownies. They were very good.

GF Brownies

I already own America’s Test Kitchen’s first gluten free cookbook, and this large cookbook is comprised of the 1st and 2nd book. The 1st book, I believe, is a must in any celiac kitchen. Therefore, I’m excited to look through my new book today and see all the extra things to learn and make! I’ll let you know anything great that I find to make in the book.

The large cookbook was on sale and was cheaper then purchasing Book 1 and 2 separately. If you want to pick up your own copy to enjoy, you can find it online at this link


This is my celiac teen’s favourite GLUTEN FREE BAGEL … click to try it today.

The day before my endoscopy, to confirm celiac diagnosis, I went to Tim Horton’s and had a lovely toasted bagel smeared with butter.

Toasted GF Bagel
GF KOB’s GF Bagel

At that time, I was 99.9% sure I was a celiac, with an aTTG number of 800!! So, I was in the mind-set that I certainly wanted to enjoy something that I loved before I was destined to rice cakes for the rest of my life. It’s probably what sent my villi over the edge!! (ha!). I was also very wrong about being destined to rice cakes!!!

My son also really loved bagels before he was diagnosed celiac. Who doesn’t love a warm blueberry bagel with butter? It’s pretty tasty!

We both have tried many gluten free bagels over the years, and most seem to be like a big bun with a hole in the middle …. not our idea of a bagel. There is one brand that we like but the flavour it comes in is not our favourite. I tried for years to make gluten free bagels, with not a lot of success.

I have spent this past ‘covid year’ trying to see if I could combine a few different recipes and also threw in my own twist … and voila I think I truly have a good gluten free bagel. Or at least my family thinks so!

Gluten Free Blueberry Bagel
My Family’s Favourite GF Bagel

It has a nice crust, a soft inside and my celiac teen approves. Actually, I shared it with another gluten free teen and she gave her approval as well. So, two gluten free teens approvals … I see that as a win! I also must give Sue from the Celiac’s Podcast credit for a tip that she gave me when I was talking to her one day about my frustrations with bagels. She told me to freeze my dough, and THAT made a huge difference. So, thank you Sue. She also makes two different varieties of bagels that you can check out at Sue’s Gluten Free Baking.

I give lots of recipe cards on my blog and will continue to do that. BUT I think that there are some gluten free baked goods that need more than a printed recipe. Sometimes it helps to SEE how to do something and have explanation to be successful. Therefore, I have some video demo classes that you can sign up for and they are yours to watch whenever you want and will not disappear. You also get the recipe card to refer back to as many times as you need. If you take more classes over the months and years ahead, they will all stay on your personal dashboard for you to refer back to. The feedback has been positive. People have said it is like their own little gluten free cookbook and they like being able to pull the recipes up on their phone and have them at their fingertips.

There is a NEW  MINI GF Baking Course on my site.  I do hope you sign-up to try these bagels! What is in the Mini GF Baking Course?

This new MINI GF Baking Course has 5 video demos/classes and recipe cards that are available IMMEDIATELY for you to watch and in any order that works for you.  If you get interrupted it is no problem, as the video demos and recipe cards will be yours to refer back to.  These classes will equip the home gluten free baker with tips to be successful in your own kitchen.  This is what you get in the MINI GF Course;

  • 1:1 GF Flour Video Demo – GF/DF option/Egg Free (12 min & 43 sec)
  • Pumpkin Date Muffin Video Demo – GF/DF (17 min & 35 sec)
  • Nana’s Chewy Ginger Cookie Video Demo – GF/DF (13 min & 40 sec)
  • BBQ or Oven Pizza Crust Video Demo – GF/DF/Egg Free (11 min & 22 sec)
  • BAGEL’s Video Demo – GF (DF Option) (16 min & 17 sec)
  • RECIPE CARDS for all of the above video demos.  

THAT is a total of over 70 minutes of instructional time AND all the recipe cards.

Check it out or sign up here.


One last thought, if you want to keep your fingers when cutting the bagels … or your kids/teens fingers! We use a bagel cutter.


Want to try a GF Flour that is High Fibre & Protein? Check Out Where You Can Get it AND a Recipe Link as well!

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If you are a Celiac or eat a 100% gluten free diet, you are probably low in fibre. I know my son and I are! The grains that a gluten free person eats just don’t have all the fibres that a gluten eating person eats. It is near impossible to get all the soluble and insoluble fibre that you need. So, we need to get creative!

When cooking and baking, I try to add as much fibre and nutrients as I can. Although, I have found a lot of the bean flours or nut flours can leave the baked product tasting a bit wonky or they can make the texture undesirable. When I found chickpea flour, it was a blessing! It is high in nutrients and fibre. PLUS, it doesn’t make the baked product taste funny or have a weird texture. As a mom of a celiac and a celiac myself … those are all bonuses!

Chickpea Flour

I had someone take my Banana Loaf online baking class and she reached out to me afterwards, as she could not find any chickpea flour in her local stores. Therefore, I thought many of you may have the same trouble. If you would like to try this great flour, here are a few things to know;

  • Garbanzo Bean and Chickpea flour are the same thing (so you can look for either!).
  • Lentils and Beans are an item that can have gluten because of how they are processed … so be careful! I bought a bag of Chickpeas in the ethnic aisle in my grocery store, as I was going to grind them and use them as flour (the ingredient list said they may contain gluten!).
  • Look for a gluten free symbol if purchasing the dry chickpea or garbanzo bean (if you are a celiac).
  • Store your bean flours in your freezer, as they stay fresh longer.

The flour can be hard to find, and I don’t always find it in the same place! Here are some places to try;

  1. Gluten Free Aisle in your local grocery store. I have found in Safeway and Superstore (Superstore has their own PC Chickpea Flour that is certified GF).
  2. Natural Food Store. If you live in Alberta, try Nutters (a number of stores throughout AB) or Earth’s General Store (Whyte Ave in Edmonton).
  3. If you can’t find it locally, you can order online and it is delivered pretty quickly

I use Chickpea Flour in different muffins and breads. If you want to try my Banana Loaf recipe in your home, check it out at this link My celiac teen would eat this banana loaf everyday for breakfast, if it was in the kitchen! This loaf is not only gluten free but it is also egg, dairy, soy, potato, corn free as well. In the 15 minute video demo, you will also learn a few tips on how to make excellent loaves and muffins that you can use in any recipe.

Hope you give Chickpea/Garbanzo Bean Flour a try. Substitute a quarter of the 1:1 Rice Flour in your recipe with the bean flour and see how it turns out. Then try a bit more the next time! Don’t be afraid to experiment.

Whether you try my loaf recipe or just experiment with your own … enjoy experimenting with new flours!

Thanks For Feedback, I’ve Purchased This NEWly Published Gluten Free Cookbook

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Can’t wait to flip through the pages!

I received a number of messages and opinions about my post regarding what cookbook to add to my collection. Thank you for your input, I have made my decision.

I do feel like the 1st Americas Test Kitchens (ATK) Gluten Free Cookbook is valuable and one of my favourites. It has taught me so much about the science behind gluten free baking and the knowledge that I have gained has helped me be able to adapt old family recipes into great tasting gluten-free traditions!

If you missed my questions from my last post, I was wondering if I should get the 2nd ATK’s Gluten Free Cookbook …..

or the NEW ATK’s cookbook that came out in November 2020 that combines the 1st and 2nd cookbooks.

Everyone’s messages convinced me to get the NEW Americas Test Kitchen Gluten Free Cookbook, as it will have the ATK’s most up to date recipes and gluten free baking findings. That is valuable information to me. So, I ordered it and it should arrive next week … I am so excited!! One can never stop learning new techniques, when baking gluten free.

I have had many family and friends ask me if they only bought ONE gluten free cookbook … what one would I suggest? Maybe you have the same question? In my opinion, purchasing one of these ATK’s books is essential. Not only does the cookbook have excellent recipes but it also has a lot of background information about gluten free baking and it tells you ‘why’ to do certain things in a recipe and why not to do other things .. because it is gluten free! I personally love it!

If you decide to get the NEW cookbook along with me and experiment with some new recipes …. let me know that you did and what you made! I’ll do the same.


GF Cookbook, Great Find!

Many years ago, my husband and I use to watch the America Test Kitchen TV show. We enjoyed them testing recipes and kitchen gadgets and giving all of their opinions as to why one ‘kitchen tool’ was better than they other. It was a great show! Or at least we thought so.

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I have had the first, ‘How Can It Be Gluten Free’, Cookbook from the America’s Test Kitchen for years. The reason I like the book is for the same reason that I loved their show! They give lots of information. They explain details of why this or that works and it is very helpful to the home cook. They spent a year testing gluten free baking before they made the cookbook. Therefore, you know you are going to get fabulous information. My husband is a scientist, so the thought of testing recipes was cool to him as well!

Like I said, I have the first cookbook and love it.

I was going to order the second cookbook to see what else I could learn.

When I looked up this 2nd book, I noticed that America’s Test Kitchen has published a new hardcover book in November 2020. This new book has BOTH the 1st and 2nd book in one! Now that is a great idea!

In my opinoin, if you haven’t bought either, it really would be great to get this one … as it would save you from buying two books and it is cheaper to buy this one then purchasing the two separate books. AND you would have all the information in once place.

So, today I am debating on if I should purchase the 2nd book or get the new book that has both in one place and then gift my 1st book to someone else? I am VERY tempted to purchase this book so I have both books in one. What would you do?

What should I do? What would you do?

Book One

Book Two

New Book

Comment below, if you have the New Book. I’d love to know our opinion!

Fish and Chips Night …Gluten Free Style!

Our family does not have fish and chips very often, as ‘real’ fish and chips is hard to find gluten free. Over the Christmas holidays we had great fish and chips from Chartier. It is a local French restaurant in Beaumont, Alberta. The fish tasted just like what I imagine from my childhood ‘eating gluten’ days! It is crispy and tastes great. Chartier has a separate fryer and they are very knowledgeable about cooking for celiacs. So, if you are in the neighbourhood … give them a try! Call ahead, as fish and chips is only on special nights and with covid they have changed how they operate their business.

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TONIGHT we are not going to Chartier … we are eating at home and I am doing fish and chips in the oven. Probably a bit healthier than deep fried! Check out my oven baked fish recipe …

Here is my Oven Baked Fish recipe …

GF Cornflake Dipped Fish Sticks

Oven Baked Fish

Gluten & Dairy Free
Cook Time 15 mins
Course Main Course


  • 6 Tilapia Fillets
  • 1.5 cups Gluten Free Cornflakes, ground
  • 1/4 tsp Salt
  • 1/4 tsp Pepper
  • 1 tsp Garlic Powder
  • 1 tsp Thyme, dried
  • 1 tsp Basil, dried
  • 1 tsp Paprika
  • 2 Eggs, beaten with a fork
  • 1 cup Rice Flour


  • If you are making fish sticks, cut the fillets into 4 long pieces. Or just leave fillets whole.
    Fish Fillets
  • Place the rice flour in a pie plate.
  • Place the beaten eggs in a pie plate or cake pan.
  • Grind cornflakes and place in a pie plate. Add all other dry ingredients and stir well. I use a hand held food processor to grind the cornflakes.
  • Dip your fish pieces into the rice flour. I do all the pieces at one time, as it is less messy.
  • Then dip all of your floured pieces into the egg mixture.
  • Take your egg dipped fish pieces and 'roll' in the cornflake mixuture. Make sure to get all sides of fish covered. Place on a parchment lined baking sheet.
    GF Cornflake Dipped Fish Sticks
  • Bake at 400 degrees F for 15 minutes.
  • Serve hot. It goes nicely with my oven baked sweet potatoe fries recipe.
    Oven Baked GF Fish
  • Enjoy!


If you are having a hard time finding gluten free cornflakes, these are the ones I use.
Gluten Free Cornflakes
This is the hand held food processor that I use to grind the cornflakes.
Mini Hand Held Food Processor 
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Check out my Oven Baked Sweet Potato Chip recipe below.

Oven Baked Sweet Potatoes

Gluten, Dairy, Egg Free
Cook Time 1 hr
Course Side Dish


  • 4 small Sweet Potatoes, sliced in rounds 1/8 " thick
  • 2 small Potatoes, sliced in rounds 1/8" thick
  • 1 tbsp Olive Oil
  • 1/8 tsp Salt
  • 1/4 tsp Pepper


  • I simply take some sweet potatoes (they are great for your gut and your health!) and I cut them up in thin slices, about 1/8" thick. You can use a knife but I use a wavy vegetable cutter. I also grab some potatoes and cut them up.
  • Then I coat the two kinds of potatoes lightly with olive oil and toss. I do this in a bag, as it is less messy. Then set it to the side as you prep the rest of your supper.
  • Spread the sweet potatoes and potatoes onto a baking sheet. If you do NOT line it with parchment then it will leave lines from your wavy cutter. Sprinkle with salt and pepper.
  • Bake at 400 degrees F for 45 minutes to an hour. I turn every 15 to 20 minutes.
  • You can use these as a side to many different meals. We do! One that it goes nicely with is the Oven Baked Fish Fillets or Fish Sticks.
    Oven Baked Sweet Potatoes
  • Enjoy!
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Hope you enjoy some healthy oven baked fish and hand cut sweet potato fries!


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