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Boring ol' white potatoes? Psh. There are a whole lot of (much healthier) ways you can make French fries that taste just as good. Start with these.
No frying needed with these tasty baked fries. Instead of potatoes, this recipe calls for potassium-packed asparagus.
Grab the recipe from The Kitchn.
As if the crispy carrot fries aren't already tasty enough, dip them in a drool-worthy chili mayo dip and you'll be completely sold.
Grab the recipe from Kitchen Sanctuary.
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Oh zucchini, how we love you and your endless cooking options. This low-cal take on fries will leave you feeling full and fulfilled.
Grab the recipe from Skinny Taste.
Turn your sweet potatoes spicy with a simple cajun mix of common spices you already have in your pantry.
Grab the recipe from Minimalist Baker.
These oven-roasted green beans are not only full of fiber, but they taste just as yummy as your favorite fries.
Grab the recipe from Buns In My Oven.
Often overlooked, parsnip is sweet, juicy, and full of vitamins and minerals. Chop them up like fries and you have the perfect filling side.
Grab the recipe from A House in the Hills.
Move over, avocado toast. Who knew sliced avocados coated in panko breadcrumbs would be such a hit?
Grab the recipe from Gimme Delicious.
Even though this recipe started out as an accident, the result was mouth-wateringly delicious.
Grab the recipe from Berry Nourished.
If you've yet to give polenta a try, now's the time — the low-carb food is full of vitamins C and A. Crispy on the outside and creamy on the inside, they're sure to be a hit.
Grab the recipe from Crazy Vegan Kitchen.
Finally an easy way to make turnips we can get down with. (The peanut dipping sauce is just an added bonus.)
Grab the recipe from Powered by Mom.
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