These Clean Eating BBQ Potato Logs are going to change your life! Do you ever get a craving for some unhealthy BBQ chips? Although they sound like a fun snack they are actually filled with harmful ingredients.

My Clean Eating BBQ Potato Logs are the answer you need. Not only are they absolutely delicious but they are baked instead of fried. They are also made with pure ingredients. Potatoes sometimes are made to sound like they are bad for you but in reality, they can have some pretty awesome health benefits like promoting bone and heart health, preventing cancer and maintaining a healthy weight. Potatoes can also aid in digestion and regularity.

Another thing I love about this recipe is how easy it is. You can boil the potatoes a couple of days in advance and leave them in the fridge until you are ready. I love to serve them up as the main dish with a healthy veggie tray and homemade ranch dip.

For some other healthy Potato, Log recipes be sure to try my Clean Eating Baked Potato Logs and my Clean Eating Ranch Potato Logs.

BBQ Potato Logs

Potato Logs Ingredients
cup olive oil
1 tsp Real Salt
4-6 russet potatoes

Wash potatoes and cover with water. Bring to a boil and boil 5-8 minutes or until barely tender. Drain water and let sit until cool enough to work with. Cut potatoes into wedges. The smaller the wedges the more quickly they will brown. Put oil, smoked paprika, and Real Salt into a gallon size zipper bag. Mix until combined. Add potato wedges, a few at a time, and mix gently to coat. Place wedges on a baking sheet and bake at 475ΒΊ until golden brown. Flip potatoes once during the cooking process. This should only take a few minutes on each side, depending on how large your wedges are.

Ingredients

Potato Logs Ingredients
  cup olive oil
 1 tsp Real Salt
 4-6 russet potatoes

Directions

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Wash potatoes and cover with water. Bring to a boil and boil 5-8 minutes or until barely tender. Drain water and let sit until cool enough to work with. Cut potatoes into wedges. The smaller the wedges the more quickly they will brown. Put oil, smoked paprika, and Real Salt into a gallon size zipper bag. Mix until combined. Add potato wedges, a few at a time, and mix gently to coat. Place wedges on a baking sheet and bake at 475ΒΊ until golden brown. Flip potatoes once during the cooking process. This should only take a few minutes on each side, depending on how large your wedges are.

BBQ Potato Logs

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