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Carrot, Parsnip, and Beetroot Fries

Carrot, Parsnip, and Beetroot Fries
  • Prep Time
    2 mins.
  • Cook Time
    20 mins.
  • Serving
    2
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Frozen French fries are one of my favorite supermarket buys. I always have at least two bags in my freezer at all times. They are just so convenient on days when I am running low on time but want to cook my family a homemade dinner. I will typically grill some veggie or beef burgers or steaks or even bake some chicken tenders for my kids to go along with the frozen fries. So, when I discovered this Strong Roots brand of Mixed Vegetable Root Fries I was SO excited to test them out on my family. Strong Roots is such an inspiring brand as they believe in high-quality, responsibly sourced, plant-based food.

Healthier Vegetable Fries and Hash Browns

With the convenience of these frozen foods, you’ll be able to bring delicious and healthy flavor straight from your freezer with the appetizing plant-based taste of Strong Roots Mixed Vegetable Root Fries and Cauliflower Hash Browns. I love that they are made with non-GMO ingredients and certified vegan. Each serving has 0g of trans fat and contains only 160 calories. These frozen bags are wonderful and feed more than one person as each 13.3-ounce bag of the Strong Roots Cauliflower Hash browns contains two servings. The 15-ounce bag of the Strong Roots Mixed Root Vegetable fries actually contains five servings to able to feed an entire family.
Carrot Parsnip and Beetroot Fries

How to Cook them

With two young children at home keeping me busy, I love cooking shortcuts and healthy dishes that save me time so, I was so happy when I realized how easy these fries and hash browns were to cook! For the Mixed Root Vegetable Fries, I baked them in a single layer for 20-25 minutes. I did flip them once at the 10-minute mark. The Cauliflower Hash browns cooked at 400 degrees also in a single layer for about 15-17 minutes, flipped once in between.

Another option would be to cook these in an air fryer. For the Mixed Root Vegetable Fries, they need about 10-12 minutes on 390 degrees. For the Cauliflower Hash Browns, they need 7-9 minutes in the air fryer on 390. I served the Strong Roots Mixed Root Vegetable Fries with a side salad and a veggie burger. The meal was SO filling and entirely plant-based! Strong Roots Mixed Root Vegetable Fries and the Cauliflower Hash browns are sold at Walmart. I was able to find them at my local store with the other plant-based frozen foods. You can save $1.00 on Ibotta when you buy any Strong Roots frozen foods from Walmart from now until November 30, 2020.
Carrot Parsnip and Beetroot Fries

STEP 1

Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Prepare your baking sheet by laying some parchment paper

Carrot Parsnip and Beetroot Fries

STEP 2

Spread about half the Mixed Root Vegetable Fries in a single layer. Bake for 20-25 minutes (mine took 22). Flip over once at the 10-minute mark.

STEP 3

Serve with Mixed Root Vegetable Fries with your favorite dipping sauces. I served them with a spicy sriracha ketchup and ranch. Enjoy!

Carrot Parsnip and Beetroot Fries

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