I know what you’re thinking. You’re thinking about the title of the post. But before I could explain it, I must tell you something.

I’m completely jealous at this time. Like green eyed filled with envy jealousy.

The blogger that inspired me to generate my very own blog, Emily from SugarPlum , does a thing that food bloggers only wish about… She’s cooking with Giada De Laurentiis! Big congrats Emily, you should have it!

I really like Giada. She’s authentic, adorable and she places Italian phrases into English discussion. Plus she’s an incredible chef. I’ve been watching her religiously on the Food Network. Ridiculously addicting.

THE MEALS Network is overtaking.

Sandwich Ruler, Giada, Bobby Flay, Paula… oh and Cupcake Wars! What a great present. I even emailed individuals from Cupcake Wars to see easily could contend on the show, but they said you must have your very own business. Well guess what, my ‘business’ can be cooking ridiculously amazing cupcakes. Just ask my mother, close friends, or my puppy.

What? Animals have got privileges. And Lucky enjoys cupcakes. Point is normally, the Food Network is missing out on my wonderful cupcakes.

But this isn’t about cupcakes or Giada.

That is about potatoes. Nice ones. With a small amount of spice. Okay, okay and everything fine. Just trigger I produced them for you. ha.

Spicy lovely potato fries.

Super easy, super healthy. And they’re super very yummy. Wait around, what? Super is a weird word.

But listen, if you want to eat healthy and you crave fries, these infants will welcome you with open arms. Nice potatoes have lower carbs and they are complex, meaning the body will take longer to process them. That equates to you feeling fuller, much longer.

That does mean you won’t end up being going back for your second piece of pie… or third. And I’m sure you prefer making healthy options.

Or maybe you do not?

Alright… I’m getting to the blueberry part.

Where are your favorite french fries from? Would you make your own? Get them? Are they from a restaurant/fastfood place?

Spicy Sweet Potato Fries with Blueberry Ketchup

Prep time:

10 mins

Cook time:

30 mins

Total period:

40 mins


1 teaspoon of salt

¼ teaspoon of cumin


Preheat oven to 425 levels F and spray skillet with non stay cooking spray.

Cut special potatoes to resemble France fries.

Combine sugary potato strips, salt, olive oil, cumin, and chili natural powder in dish. Toss with hands therefore special potatoes are completely coated.

Place potato pieces on pan.

Bake for quarter-hour, then stir and bake another quarter-hour or until fries are crispy and golden.

Serves 4

Melissa Abraham

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