By Gabrielle. Photos by Lindsey Johnson.
Here’s another post I wrote for Pottery Barn Kids new Building Blocks blog. It was created and published while we were still living the French life, and consuming many, many (probably too many) frites! I asked Lindsey of Café Johnsonia to help me come up with an alternative and I love her idea: baked and breaded veggie fries that offer a satisfying and flavorful crunch!
You can find the full instructions and recipe on Building Blocks — and there’s a recipe for dipping sauce too. The best part? This recipe would work for pretty much any vegetables you have on hand. In fact, I think veggie fries are a wonderful way to use the fall harvest that’s overflowing at our local farmer’s market. Zucchini fries for the win!
8 thoughts on “Easy Peasy Veggie Fries Recipe”
Genius! I have been looking for some healthy and interesting ways to serve veggies to my wee ones but even the best of people can only take so much roasted greens! Look forward to testing this out.
Seriously, when I started reading this blog I just liked you and checking out what you had to say. I had NO idea I would ever be mom and really need so many of things that I have learned on your site. THANK YOU for being such a great resource for me!
These sound delicious! I’ve already printed out the recipe to try at home. Can’t wait!
These look delish! They will be a great addition to my weight loss snack menu. I can’t wait to try them :-)
Fries dipped in mayo are one of my favorite treats!!! These “fries” look delicious, I will definitely be trying them.
I swear, just last night I was looking at the green beans in my fridge and thinking how I would like some tempura/breaded green beans! Perfect timing, thanks!
Thank you! I pinned the recipe and will actually make these! :)
This is very healthy and wel looking recipie and I will try it for my 10 year old son. I am thankful for this post. Hope fully my son likes this too.
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