iPhone it in | Fall Potatoes

It’s crazy sometimes how life can speed on by. I can’t believe its November already. Between being sick most of October and having company at the end of the month, it just disappeared on me. Its a bit unreal to me that November 2nd marks a year that Riley & I have been living at my Dad’s. (Pretty shocked we’ve lasted a year with no real major blow ups.)

November.. The month of hearing a 3 yr old repeatedly say he wants the Halloween decorations back up or he wants the Christmas tree up. Pilgrims, Indians and Turkeys just can’t compete with the monsters of Halloween or Bumble from Rudolph. It also means that I’ll be 30 in about 40 some days. I really need to get to work on my 30 by 30 list to finish it in time.

So while working on several 30by30 recipes, I kinda slack off in the dinner department. I’m either too tired or running out of bowls to prep another meal in. I wanted to do something easy but fun to get Riley to eat something other than toast another night. (I can’t afford his gluten free bread at the rate he wants to go thru it right now.) As I was trying to figure out what to make I remembered a post on Pinterest that I wanted to try with potatoes instead of apples.

Since I might have a small problem with needed every type of cookie cutter, I dug out my mini fall leaves & pumpkin to use. I started taking some photos with my new iPhone (<3) just to test out the camera on it. I really liked how the potatoes turned out so I decided to do a post on them since I had iPhone photos.

They are really easy to make. The worst part, for me at least, is using the Mandolin slicer. Slice potatoes using the thick slice blade on the mandolin slicer or with a knife. 

Press cookie cutter down through the potato slice. 

Place cut out shapes onto tray & sprinkle with seasoning of your choice. I used the french fry salt that we all love. 

Bake till golden brown

Fall Potatoes

Ingredients

Potatoes

Slicer

Mini cookie cutters

Seasoning of your choice

Instructions

Preheat oven to 375 degrees
Wash potatoes
Line baking trays with parchment and a bit of olive oil (or butter)
Slice potatoes using the thick slice blade on the mandolin slicer or with a knife
Press cookie cutter down through the potato slice
Place cut out shapes onto tray & sprinkle with seasoning of your choice. I used the french fry salt that we all love.
Bake till golden brown
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