Savory Roasted Beet Fries

Tender on the inside, these savory roasted beet fries are a sensational way to enjoy all the healthy benefits of beets in a fun way! Whenever I serve these beet fries my kids gobble them up!


Do you like beets? They have a distinct flavor. I sure love both red beets and golden beets. I love them all ways- roasted, pickled, sautéed and they are delicious in a Kale Salad with Herb Dressing or Tossed in a Brussels Sprouts Salad.

My husband and the little’s do not have that same love for beet root. They don’t like the “root and dirt flavor”. For me it’s a different experience. I taste a hearty sweet flavor when I roast them.

Come to round 495 of trying to get my boys to like them in different ways, this is one roasted beets recipe they prefer! Turn them into a man’s favorite food – fries- and one can not resist this satisfying snack!

This beet fries recipe works because they are satisfying comfort food and so good for you!

Beetroot is a root vegetable packed with vitamins and minerals and is incredibly good for the blood and heart and is reported to have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties [source].


First, peel red or golden beets to remove the skin. I used red beets for their vibrant beautiful color. Then slice off both ends. Slice them up into ¼ inch long slices.

Lay the beet slices on a baking pan (layered in parchment paper to prevent sticking). Dress them in olive oil, harissa spice, cumin.

Roast, flipping them throughout the process. Remove them from the oven and sprinkle some Parmesan cheese on top and serve right away with non-fat Greek yogurt or your favorite dip.

It only takes about 20 minutes to roast. That means Dinner and snacks in less than 30 minutes. Just roast up a big batch of this roasted beet recipe and reheat beet fries for days!


Have you ever used harissa spice yet? I had not until my friend Lauren, an amazing nutritionist introduced me to it. She made our family a lovely dinner one night and used this spice over potatoes cooked in a dehydrator. Then tossed them into a fresh salad. It was so delicious! Ever since then it is a spice that doesn’t run out in our home. It can be found at most specialty grocery stores but if you want to make it at home here is a great harissa recipe.

Harissa spice is delicious on root vegetables such as beets.


Beets are an excellent way to get more potassium, calcium, iron, beta carotene, and vitamin C into your diet. They are also super low in calories, at about 59 calories per cup. Cooking beets is also very beneficial to your body, especially the greens. The greens are the most nutritious part of the vegetable. The green leaves can be sauteed in a bit of garlic and served like spinach or Swiss chard. Beets can aid in cancer prevention, boost the immunity, lower blood pressure and protect liver damage [source]. They also enhance the immunity due to the beta carotene and high vitamin C. A half-cup serving of beets provides about ¼ of the adult Recommended Daily Allowance. The tops are the most nutritious, so sauté those baby’s up in some olive oil, garlic, salt and pepper and you have a quick and easy healthy side dish for another night.

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