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Garlic Zucchini Fries are so delicious! These savory beauties are garlicky, salty, and tender with optional parmesan cheesy goodness. Plus they’re a wonderful, healthier alternative to regular fries.
It’s summertime and that means zucchini galore!
There is always an abundance of zucchini during the summer. There are so many ways to use up this summer bounty. Zoodles, zucchini muffins, zucchini waffles, zucchini bread, zucchini cake, zucchini frittatas, zucchini soup, zucchini pancakes, zucchini fritters, zucchini cookies … you get the picture.
People go crazy for zucchini when summer comes around. Do you love zucchini as much as everyone else? I love it for so many reasons.
Zucchini is so easy to prepare. That’s one of the reasons I love it so much. It can be sautéed in minutes for a quick weeknight veggie. It’s great thrown into casseroles, soups, pasta, meatloaf, and so much more.
Then there’s zucchini fries … oh my goodness they are so yummy and addictive. The best part … they’re so easy to make! It’s almost not even a recipe because it’s so simple.
All you have to do is grab a bunch of zucchini from the market or your backyard if you’re lucky enough to have them growing. Cut them up into “fries”, mix them around with some melted healthy fat of choice, Celtic sea salt and some garlic powder. So easy!
You can stop there … or if you can eat dairy, I highly recommend sprinkling some finely grated parmesan all over the zucchini fries. It’s so good!
Then pop those healthy fries into the oven and bake them until they’re just perfect and light golden brown around the edges.
My family goes crazy for these delectable garlic zucchini fries! They disappear so fast, I always end up wishing I had made more.
Eat Well & THRIVE!
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One of my favorite remedies for just about everything from colds to stomach viruses is Garlic-Ginger Lemonade. It is made with hot water, garlic, ginger, lemons, and honey. It is not gross as some would think by the name. In fact, it is quite tasty and even a little addicting! Honey make almost anything taste good! You may smell like garlic but at least you won’t have to worry about vampires!
Garlic-Ginger Lemonade is not your everyday lemonade. It is made for the purpose of preventing or lessening the duration of illness and is quite effective, especially during cold and flu season. Drink it anytime you have been exposed to someone ill or are starting to feel ill yourself. Or, if you are like me you will be drinking it every day!
Garlic-Ginger Lemonade is safe for children age one and above. Honey should not be given to an infant younger than one.
Author: Sarah Outlaw
Recipe type: Herbal Remedy
Adapted from a recipe by Dr. Aviva Romm