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What I Ate Today: Oven Baked Sweet Potato Fries
Sometimes, you just need a burger and fries.
I found this recipe for sweet potato fries somewhere in the Weight Watchers Community recipes. It was too simple and delicious looking to pass up — and the ingredients are so easy and minimal. 

1 sweet potato


1 egg white


Coarse sea salt


Freshly cracked black pepper


Any other seasonings you want to add


Preheat the oven to 425. 


Spray a baking sheet with plenty of nonstick cooking spray. I also use foil to make clean up super easy. If you use foil, be sure to spray that really well too.


Start by peeling the sweet potato. I’ve found a swivel peeler works best.


Once peeled, cut the sweet potato into evenly sized fries. Can be any style of cut you want, just make sure the pieces are all roughly the same size. Cut off any thin tips and throw them out. They’ll burn way before the thickest part of the potato is done cooking. 


Separate egg yolk and egg white. Put the egg white in a bowl big enough to dip the fries in. 


Dip the fries in the egg white and place in a pile on the baking sheet.


Once all the fries have been dipped in the egg whites, season the fries with coarse sea salt, freshly cracked black pepper and whatever other seasonings you’d like. I like tons of black pepper and just a hint of the coarse sea salt. 


Spread the fries around on the baking sheet. Make sure they all have plenty of room to bake. Place in the oven and bake for 10-12 minutes. 


Remove fries, flip and place back in the oven for another 8-10 minutes, or until they’re cooked to your liking. 


Serve hot. (read: EAT IMMEDIATELY)

I usually have these fries with a veggie burger in a lettuce wrap. It’s a PERFECT healthy burger and fries fix. Just as good as the “real thing” in my opinion. The sweet potato fries come out to 6pp and the All American Boca Burger I have is 2pp and the lettuce wrap is 0pp. Also, the fries are super filling, so sometimes I just eat half a serving and save the rest for later or share them with a friend. They’re best served hot, but I microwave them and eat them as leftovers and they’re still so, so good.



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What I Ate Today: Peanut Butter, Banana & Vanilla Protein Smoothie
I think I’ve admitted to this fact several times before, but I’ll say it again: the cheap protein powder I bought tastes like sawdust. I bought it (and continue to buy it) because it’s a fraction of the price of fancy protein powder (it’s $12) and packs 24g of protein with no extra ingredients, fats, carbs, nonsense or randomness.
That being said, I have to dress up this protein powder a lot so it’s actually edible. I was feeling like I wanted a delicious protein-packed treat and the first thing that came to mind was PEANUT BUTTER AND BANANAS. Mmmm. For this smoothie I used:

1 serving (3 tablespoons) protein


½ tbsp of Earth Balance peanut butter


½ cup of Unsweetened Almond Milk


½ tsp of honey


1 or ½ banana 


2 tbsp of plain, fat-free Greek yogurt


1 tsp vanilla extract

This recipe came out to 3pp. The flavors were subtle and it wasn’t too terribly sweet, but it was still absolutely delicious. It had a consistency almost like a milkshake — which of course got me thinking about milkshakes.
This could easily be a dessert protein smoothie (or even pass as a milkshake)  with addition of unsweetened cocoa powder and maybe a bit more honey and peanut butter. I wanted to keep the points low this time, so I stuck to smaller amounts of the more indulgent ingredients. The vanilla probably isn’t necessary if you have vanilla flavored protein powder. I just used the vanilla to cover the sawdust flavor — because the dust of a saw  is not delicious and nomulent.
This smoothie was also really filling. Kept me full and energized for HOURS. Can’t wait to make it again.







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