I have been experimenting with cracker recipes because, well, I have a toddler and crackers make for an easy, slightly less messy snack. I like to have crackers on hand for car trips and “emergencies” (when a toddler is hungry, he/she is HUNGRY NOW) but I find that the “healthier” the product, the more expensive it is. These Grain-Free Graham Crackers taste like the real deal, but they are so much more nutritious! Read More
As a child, I loved most all beans, but I would not eat chickpeas. There was something about them that just turned me off. It wasn’t until I got to college and learned that hummus was made from chickpeas that I gave their “natural” form a try. And of course, I loved them! Read More
Have you ever eaten a parsnip? As far as I’m aware, this root vegetable is not very popular. In fact, I didn’t even know they existed until a couple years ago. I do not like them raw…but baked?…now that’s a whole new story.
I think it is pretty safe to say that “fries” are a popular food these days. Whether it be regular old white potato fries, sweet potato fries, squash or carrot fries, they are a staple in many people’s diets (mine included). In my opinion, parsnip fries should be a part of that staple list because not only are they delicious, but they’re healthy too.
If you haven’t had parsnips before, then this recipe is the perfect way to introduce yourself. These Parsnip Fries are Paleo, Vegan and only 4 ingredients. They are a great alternative to sweet potato (or any other) fries.
I'm Katie - wife to a loving husband & mother to two active little boys. I am a stay-at-home-mom with a passion for all things health & fitness. I believe in nourishment for the body, mind & soul through eating real food, practicing proper fitness & living without restriction. Join me in creating healthy recipes and learning to live a balanced, fulfilling life!