Canola oil and splenda are both perfectly healthy for people who have diet control. This is based on peer reviewed public researchers done by qualified scientists at leading academic institutions. GMOs are actually good for the environment because herbicide resistant crops allow for reduced herbicide usage on canola. Also we are not eating the GMO part because that is protein and to make a good oil it is gleaned of all DNA. The only problem here might be with large companies owning the seed technology and the splenda, but it is the lack of government regulation that leads to the success of these companies. By the way - excellent recipe and versatile in terms of types of spices to use.
Oven Sweet Potato Fries
From EatingWell: EatingWell Serves Two
Making oven fries out of sweet potatoes brings out their inherent sweetness.
39 Reviews for Oven Sweet Potato Fries
Costco No-Salt Seasoning, Organic Coconut oil and Trace Mineral Salt. Simpler is better. The coconut lends itself to the potatoes.
My husband and I really enjoyed these sweet potato fries. Not adding to much spice really allowed us to enjoy the wonderful sweet potato flavor. Next time, I will leave them in the oven a little longer to see if they will crisp up.
These made a great side. I used cooking spray and seasoned to taste. They did not get crispy, but I still liked them. Next time I will cut them smaller.
I just made these and fell instantly in love! I used zero calories cooking spray (just sprayed the baking sheet and then a light layer over the spread out wedges) and added salt later to taste. I had to adjust the time though - about 6-7 minutes on each side should do it, especially if you cut them more shoe-string style.