Struggling with dinner? 5 ways to turn sweet potato fries into a full on meal 2 years ago

Struggling with dinner? 5 ways to turn sweet potato fries into a full on meal

Calling all sweet potato fries fans!

If you are even half as obsessed as we are with the amazingness that is sweet potato fries, you are going to go ga-ga for these delicious blogger recipes, basically letting you turn your all-time favourite snack or side into a full-blown dinner.


Yup, that's right.

Here are five different, yet equally mouthwatering ways to make your sweet potato fries pack an even bigger punch (also; how perfect are these when you don't really have time for some lengthy mid-week dinner-cooking?!)

1. Loaded Whole30-Approved Sweet Potato Fries

Many are currently following this reset-your-health-and-digestion eating regime, which can be quite restricted. However, this plate of sweet potato fries topped with all sorts of delicious things is fully Whole30-approved – and pretty darn delicious too.

(Recipe and image via 40 Aprons )

2. Extra Crispy Garlic Lime Sweet Potato Fries


If you are hungry, but not too hungry, but still crave something super-tasty, we think you'll find these will hit the spot.

(Recipe and image via Paleo Gluten Free)

3. Loaded Asian Sweet Potato Fries

These delicious fries are topped with yummy treats such as pickled carrot and chilli garlic sauce, meaning that as for taste, this one packs a real punch. You can make it vegetarian if you want, but this original version is topped with teriyaki ground beef.


(Recipe and image via Wilde Flavors )

4. Super Healthy Vegan Loaded Sweet Potato Fries

If you are trying to stay healthy, these vegan loaded fries are your best bet. Topped with things like red peppers, black beans and avocado, this dish is both filling and light.


(Recipe and image via Kim D'eon)

5. Baked Chipotle Sweet Potato Fries

If you are craving nachos but want to keep things slightly more on the wholesome side, this dish has your name written all over it. I mean; just look at it!


(Recipa and image via Wry Toast)