Are you tired of kale chips, if so, why not Asparagus fries? Asparagus fries are a delicious way to enjoy asparagus, at 161 calories per serving they are a lower carb alternative to homemade french fries.
Editor’s note: Brook Griffin, founder of skinnymom.com and author of Skinny Supers, provided this recipe to share with Feeling Fit readers. This recipe is from her new cookbook Skinny Suppers. Skinny Suppers is due for release on March, 22 2016. Sam from Feeling Fit received a review copy and will be posting a detailed review soon. In the meantime, enjoy this Asparagus Fries with Garlic Lemon Aioli Recipe!
I have found asparagus to be the ideal canvas if you’re looking for a new and interesting flavor for french fries. There is very little prep, and the crunchy coating includes flaxseed meal, which adds incredible nutritional value (it’s been linked to aiding in weight management, has cancer-fighting properties, and boosts immunity).” — Brooke Griffin of skinnymom.com and author of Skinny Suppers.
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Asparagus Fries with Garlic Lemon Aioli Recipe
- Prep Time: 10 minutes
- Cook Time: 10 minutes
- Serves: 4
- Serving Size: 7 asparagus spears, 1 tablespoon aioli
About Skinny Suppers and Author Brooke Griffin
About Skinny Suppers
Perfect for the busy home cook with no time to spare, SKINNY SUPPERS provides reliable recipes and tips, inspiration and ideas, encouragement and excitement throughout the cookbook. Filled with photos, easy step-by-step instructions, and nutritional information, SKINNY SUPPERSis the first step in getting the family together for supper!
About Author Brooke Griffin
Brooke Griffin grew up in Kentucky where Sunday Suppers were a staple of her childhood. She fondly remembers squeezing into her granny’s tiny country house after church along with her large extended family to eat home-cooked meals and pray. After being the first person in her family to graduate college, Brooke went on to realize her childhood dream of cheerleading in the NFL. She has appeared in national magazines including Oxygen, Women’s Fitness, Redbook, American Baby, GQ, and on national television, including on ABC, NBC, CBS, ESPN, and Fox. She lives in Kentucky with her son Easton.
Where to Purchase Skinny Suppers
The following link is an affiliate referral link. This means that if you click and make a purchase then Feeling Fit receives a modest commission at no extra cost to the shopper. Skinny Suppers by Brooke Griffin is available on Amazon — the official release date is March 22, 2016.
More information is also available at Skinny Suppers Cookbook on skinnymoms.com