We’ll let you in on a little secret — fries can be healthy too. No, seriously.The best news we’ve heard so far this year is sweet potato fries, which taste — hands down — just as delicious as their less-healthy counterparts. Loaded with beta carotene, vitamins, minerals, and fibre, sweet potato fries give you a nutritional punch as well as great flavour.Step up your sweet potato fries game up a few notches with the addition of peanut butter, dark chocolate, pomegranates, and coconut whipped cream with Minimalist Baker’s sweet potato fries recipe.Want, or rather need, more sweet potato goodness in your life? Try this mashed sweet potatoes, a tasty alternative to the regular mash.
Oats and dates mean this t-OAT-ally tasty dessert is full of fiber and antioxidants.Dates are not just another member of the dried fruit family. High in fibre as well as natural sugar and bursting with vitamins — B1, B2, B3, B5, A1 and C, just to name a few — and minerals, dates qualify as superfood.Besides being a great source of important vitamins, minerals, fiber, and antioxidants, oats may also help with losing weight, lowering blood sugar level, and reducing the risk of heart disease. And these Oatmeal Peanut Butter Cookies with Dates are a delicious way to achieve your fitness goals.Want more recipes with dates? This banana, date and espresso muffins will get you through any sugar cravings!