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Delicata squash fries

One of our family favorite side dishes are delicata squash fries. 



They're easy, delicious, cheap and usually easy to find in the fall. 

I typically buy mine at Trader Joe's. 

Rinse the squash off 

Cut longways and scoop the seeds out. 




Cut 1/4 inch slices 


Once your squash is sliced up, put the slices in a bowl and drizzle with coconut oil. I used about 1/4 cup. 


Add salt + pepper. 
I also added our favorite garlic blend from Trader Joe's.
Sooo darn delicious. 



Once your squash is seasoned, spread out on a baking sheet and cook for 15-20 min at 400. 



I flip mine over after about 10 min and bake until browned. 


We eat these like candy!

They are a little sweet and a little salty and the best side dish to any dinner. 


Happy fall y'all!

Comments

Ashley Ditto said…
These look amazing! I enjoy following you on Instagram. You always have the yummiest food cooking.

Ashley from @freedomgracefarm

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