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McDonald’s is onto something. Their loaded fries are pretty amazing (not that I’ve tried them… *cough cough*) but what if there was a guilt-free version of them? 

My kids go crazy for loaded fries… Here is the batch I whipped up on the weekend:

First, I peel and cut some potatoes and sweet potatoes up and spread them out on a baking tray. I then sprinkle parmesan cheese over them and bake them until they’re soft. 

While the fries are cooking, I fry up some shortcut bacon (cut into small squares), de-seed and chop up some Roma tomatoes and smash up some avocado with lime juice. Once the fries are cooked I sprinkle a small amount of parmesan on top and then I also sprinkle the above ingredients over the fries.

To finish I usually chop up some spring onion and if I’m feeling particularly peckish I might put a small amount of aioli on as well. 

Fully Loaded Fries


If you’re classy, you can use a fork but it’s a great excuse to get your fingers dirty and spread delicious food all over your face. 


Final Thoughts

If you are looking to take your health and well-being to another level, why not get involved in Martial Arts? At Wu Xing Dao Kung Fu, we take a holistic approach to Martial Arts. It’s not just about learning self-defence and punching and kicking, it’s also about self-discipline, health and nutrition.

After you have enrolled in martial art classes, we take time to help you understand the different types of martial arts and the various life skills that come with them. This allows you to make an informed decision when choosing the martial arts style you would like to learn. We ensure that every trainee learns how to defend themselves effectively as well as enjoy the many other health benefits that martial arts offer.

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