Sweet Potato Fries
About the Sweet Potato Fries Recipe
Sweeteners such as marshmallow cream, honey, or brown sugar are often added to our sweet potato recipes, but we wanted to find a delicious yet no-sugar-added option. This season blend is a family favorite, and can be used on other items like baked potatoes, grilled kabobs, or sautéed veggies!
Sweet potatoes are great for increasing energy and improving stress, digestion, and beauty health.
When it comes to nutrition, sweet potatoes are a wonderful source of:
Vitamin A: a powerful antioxidant with anti-aging properties known to be effective in preventing cancer and maintaining good eyesight
Vitamin C: helps your body grow and promotes healing; great for the skin, bones, and connective tissue
Vitamin B6: helps regulate blood sugar and improve heart health
Manganese: an essential mineral effective for treating osteoporosis, anemia, and PMS
Dietary Fiber: helps you feel full more quickly and prevent constipation
Opportunities for Cannabinoid Infusion
If you'd like to enhance this recipe with cannabinoids, consider one of the suggestions below. When substituting or adding cannabis-infused products, be aware of how many mg of CBD (or, if you're in a legal state, THC) are in each portion of the recipe you are making. The standard dose of CBD is 15-30mg, but varies based on tolerance, reason for use, severity of condition, etc. We recommend starting low and going slow; click here to learn more about dosing) and be sure to read our CBD Safety article and talk to your doctor before incorporating new cannabinoids into your routine.
How to add cannabinoids to your Sweet Potato Fries
- Infuse avocado oil with cannabis flower. Click here to shop our oil infusion tools.
- Drizzle your sweet potato fries with infused honey after flipping the fries in step 6. Click here to shop our infused honeys.