After-school meals that will curb the hunger pain

The school year is winding down but, it doesn’t stop the constant thinking of meal planning ideas. If you have a bag of russet potato’s. You are ready to go! This minimalist recipe  has very few ingredients that should be staples in your house.  This meal/snack will sure to put a smile on the face of your hungry tween or teen after a long day of school.

 

This quick and easy after-school snack is just what the doctor ordered after a frustrating day.

 

 

I started off with of course cutting up those russet potatoes.  A bag at Aldi’s is pretty cheap.  It can run you under that $3.00 range.  After you cut these babies into wedges, just tun them under some cold water and rinse them off.

 

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Next, you need to grab you a Ziploc bag because it’s time to season them up to your liking.  Place the rinsed and cleaned potato’s onto the Ziploc bag.  Because, it’s time to shake ’em up!

 

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Now, it’s time for you to oil them up.  I use Extra Virgin Olive Oil because it’s a little on the healthier side. However, if you have Vegetable or Canola Oil in your house.  It will work just as well!

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It’s time to season them up! Just add the next cast of characters on the scene is salt, pepper, season salt and Parmesan cheese. There isn’t any measurement on my part. I just eyeball it.  I have found the heavier I go especially on the cheese the tastier it becomes. Yumminess!

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Get your cookie sheet out and line it up with some wax paper or aluminum foil.  After you are done shaking it all up. Dumb it all out on the cookie sheet.  You are ready to place the fries in the Preheated over of 370 degrees.

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After about 15 or 20 minutes your french fries are ready to eat! It’s just crispy goodness along with the cheese it adds.

If you would like to try it yourself with your family. You would just need these simple ingredients.  It’s an affordable snack that the whole family will love!

Parmesan Cheese French Fry Wedgies

3-6 Washed & Ready Russet Potatoes

Shredded Parmesan Cheese

1 teaspoon Salt

1 teaspoon Pepper

1 teaspoon Season Salt

 It came out to be a hit for the kiddos coming home from after-school.  Anything with cheese with cheese on it makes them happy.

 

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website profile image 1  About Syreeta Gordon

Syreeta Gordon is a mom blogger, freelance content writer and social media strategist that works alongside small businesses, helping them craft their message and build their reputation to broaden audience and create leads. Her passion is to empower women that feel stuck to get out of their own way!

 

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