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Roasted Green Bean Fries with Creamy Dipping Sauce

Roasted Green Bean Fries with Creamy Dipping Sauce

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Roasted Green Bean Fries with Creamy Dipping Sauce! These fries are amazing and even taste better than potato french fries!!! Roasting is the key to great veggies.

I am super picky about my green beans!   Growing up we ate only canned green beans and so the taste of fresh or frozen didn’t really appeal to me.  I have tried to like them, but I think its the texture that I don’t like.  I had never tried roasted green beans until the other day and I was SOOO glad that I did!  I knew that roasting made asparagus and other veggies amazing, but I never thought to roast green beans.  These Roasted Green Bean Fries will now be on our plates weekly… maybe even twice a week now!  Combine them with creamy dipping sauce or (low carb) ketchup and you’ll never miss potato fries!

Roasted Green Bean Fries with Creamy Dipping Sauce! These fries are amazing and even taste better than potato french fries!!! Roasting is the key to great veggies!

My family of 6 downed 2 pounds of these so you may need to make more than the recipe states if your family is like ours!  These are so healthy and low calories.  1 pound of fresh green beans is only 141 calories!  Add in the oil and you are still well below a large order of french fries!  Such an easy and healthy treat!   Enjoy!

 
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Roasted Green Bean Fries with Creamy Dipping Sauce! {THM S}

Roasted Green Bean Fries with Creamy Dipping Sauce! {THM S} Author: Rachel Make 4 servings
Author: Rachel

Ingredients

  • 1 pound Green Beans Fresh or Frozen canned will not work
  • 1 Tbsp . coconut oil liquid is preferable
  • Sea Salt
  • optional 1 Tbsp. Nutritional Yeast adds a unique flavor-really good!
  • Creamy Dipping Sauce Ingredients make sure to make this at least 2 hours ahead for the best taste
  • 1 Tbsp Parmesan Cheese
  • ¾ tsp Garlic Powder
  • ¾ tsp Onion Powder
  • tsp Paprika
  • ½ tsp Celery Seed
  • ¼ tsp . season salt
  • ½ cup Sour Cream

Instructions

  • Preheat oven to 425. Coat green beans with coconut oil (if not using liquid make sure to melt it) put green beans and oil into a large ziploc bag and shake until the green beans are coated. Add the nutritional yeast to the bag if you are using it and shake until evenly coated. Place green beans onto a baking sheet and sprinkle sea salt over them. Bake for around 25 minutes for fresh green beans and around 40 or more for frozen. Flip once during cooking. The outsides should have spots of dark brown once they are done.
  • To make the dipping sauce:
  • Combine the dipping sauce ingredients with a hand-mixer until well-blended. Cover and refrigerate for at least 2 hours before serving.

 

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Lia

Tuesday 4th of February 2020

I would swap out Plain Greek yogurt for the sour cream. But I’ll be making these! Thanks. :)

PS roasted broccoli and Buffalo cauliflower is also delicious.

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Wednesday 29th of May 2019

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Cristina

Wednesday 7th of November 2018

I made these for dinner one night when a family friend was visiting. He looked at them and told me "I don't eat vegetables." After my death stare, he begrudgingly tasted them - and LOVED them! He actually brought fresh green beans the next time we cooked out and asked me to make them again!

Rachel

Wednesday 7th of November 2018

That's great! I love when people discover they actually can love veggies! :)

Michele

Saturday 11th of August 2018

This was delicious!

Bethany

Monday 11th of June 2018

These were great! I put some Cajun seasoning on the beans, and cooked them about 10 minutes longer. My husband actually ate them, and he doesn’t do veggies!

Rachel

Wednesday 29th of August 2018

Thanks for the feedback! Yay for veggies! :)

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