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Low Carb French Fries

Today I made low carb french fries. It was so yummy and similar to french fries that the only difference I noticed is that the celery root is a little more chewy with a snappy taste to it. The celery root is very low in carbs and an excellent substitute for potatoes. It is a little pricier and the only place I could find it was at the Whole Foods Store.  This really curbs my craving for french fries. I hope you enjoy.

Nutritional Values for Celery Root:

According to information on here are the stats:

1 cup raw (100 grams) – 7 grams of carbohydrate plus 2 grams fiber

Here is what the vegetable looks like (very unattractive, I know)


8 oz celery root

1 tablespoon Original Mrs Dash

1 Tablespoon of Olive oil


Peel wash and slice the celery root into french fries.

In a dish pour the olive oil and Mrs dash over the celery root and mix in.

Bake at 400 degrees for 30 minutes. Serve with sugar free ketchup

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4 Responses to “Low Carb French Fries”

  1. Sarah says:

    Thank you for clarifying this, Jay. The fries have a great taste!

    Made your Parmasan Chicken last night – my husband said it was the best meal he had had in a long time! Thank you.

    Well done on your weight loss.

    Kind regards

  2. Jay says:

    Hi Sarah,
    The celery root fries will not get crunchy but it will taste a lot like fries. My weight loss is great, I am down 43lbs now : )

  3. Sarah says:

    Hi Jay

    I stumbled across your website by accident and am now a big fan! I have been a low carber for about twelve months but your recipes have inspired me and I can now have a more varied diet! Thank you, thank you!

    I made these fries but they weren’t crunchy. Could it have been because the celery root was too old?

    Ps how is your weight loss progress going?

  4. Robin says:

    I use a rutabaga and it is delicious


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