These roasted fingerling potatoes are flavored with garlic and rosemary. They’re the perfect easy side dish for any occasion from Thanksgiving to Halloween!
Mmmm, potatoes. I know potatoes aren’t *technically* Paleo, but they are Whole30. I’m sharing this recipe on my blog because I believe that potatoes are plants –> whole foods –> healthy. Yes, they are high in calories and carbohydrates, but Paleo isn’t a calorie- or macro-counting diet anyway! Plus, potatoes have a boatload of nutrients. They have more potassium than bananas!
Plus, they’re just plain delicious —> See these garlic and rosemary roasted fingerling potatoes. You can’t argue that potatoes aren’t tasty when these potatoes are staring you in the face! They’re so flavorful, and they get perfectly crispy in the oven! I photographed these one Sunday right in time for lunch, and I used them to make the best bowl of my life! It had spinach (of course . . . I try to eat it at every meal), these potatoes, cucumber wedges, homemade chorizo sausage, raw grass-fed cheddar (because dairy doesn’t bother me), and my garlicky cauliflower hummus! See, I’m not kidding when I say that was one of the best lunches of my life!
Also, can I just mention a random recipe idea that popped into my head five minutes ago? Okay, thanks. How does this sound: crunchy baked broccoli with “Everything Bagel” seasoning. I meal prepped some veggies, including broccoli, today, and they were definitely boring (I didn’t season them with anything except salt). On a whim, I added a liberal “sprinkle” (okay, more like an avalanche) of my Everything But The Bagel seasoning from Trader Joe’s. And it was BOMB. Life changing broccoli? You betcha.
It was almost as life-changing as these roasted fingerling potatoes, which are . ..
Grain-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, et cetera . . . Paleo!
Your new favorite potato dish by far!
Not gonna lie, these potatoes are also VERY addicting . . . but they are well worth it. My original intention was to make spooky fingerling potatoes for Halloween, but these would be perfect for your Thanksgiving dinner too! You will not regret making them.