Sweet potato chips like you have never seen them! Mum wows with easy recipe hack but would you try it?
- A mum of two has revealed how to make sweet potato fries using her toaster
- The busy mum simply buts her sweet potato into thin circles before toasting
- She then loads them with guacamole and says her toddlers ‘love them’
Carolina McCauley from Perth, Western Australia, shared the cooking hack on Instagram where it quickly went viral
A busy mum-of-two has excitedly revealed her new favourite way to make sweet potato fries and promises the handy hack saves time and effort.
Carolina McCauley from Perth, Western Australia, shared the cooking hack on Instagram where it quickly went viral.
The mum, who is known for her clever cleaning hacks, popped the thinly slice pieces of sweet potato into her toaster.
She then loaded them with guacamole when they popped out and said her two kids ‘loved’ the impromptu snack.
‘I was today years old when I realised I could cook sweet potato in my toaster,’ she wrote in the video.
‘It’s so easy and healthy,’ she said.
A busy mum-of-two has excitedly revealed her new favourite way to make sweet potato fries and promises the handy hack saves time and effort
Sh was thrilled to share the video which had 111K views in just three hours
She also asked if anyone else had every tried the hack but was met with a mixed response.
‘I’ve tried this but it hasn’t gone well. I wonder if it depends on your toaster,’ one woman wrote on the post.
Others revealed they would be trying the idea immediately.
‘Amazing, this is fantastic thanks for sharing,’ one mum wrote.
‘This page has the best hacks,’ boasted one woman, tagging a friend.
But some people simply scoffed at the idea.
Carolina topped her potato off with guacamole and said her toddlers loved it
‘A toaster is a toaster and eventually the sugars from the potatoes will gunk up and burn inside your toaster and how are we going to clean up that mess,’ one person wrote.
‘No way would I put potato in my precious toaster,’ said another.
The video quickly went viral with 111K people seeing it in just three hours.