Baked Cinnamon Rutabaga

Cinnamon rutabaga is your new favorite healthy dessert

60 min. 2 serv.
49 ratings

Nothing says comfort food like “French Fries”.  Ever try cinnamon and rutabaga fries? For those of you on a gluten-free vegetarian diet (and those who aren’t), indulge yourselves with our Baked Cinnamon Rutabaga.

Serve it as a healthy snack or dessert for your friends and family.  Or, take the time to treat yourself.

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3 Cup Rutabaga, peeled and (fry-cut)
3 Tbsp Grape seed oil
1/4 Tsp Ground cinnamon
1 Tbsp Stevia
Cocoa powder, to taste


Did you know?

Rutabaga contains many essential minerals such as calcium, magnesium, manganese, zinc, and phosphorous. These minerals are key to maintaining healthy bones and bone tissue and reducing the risk of osteoporosis.

Furthermore, rutabaga is a source of protein, making it a great option for vegetarians. This type of cruciferous vegetable is also incredibly high in fiber and amino acids which help to improve digestion and metabolic function respectively.

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