Everyone loves french fries. There is simply no denying that. However, when it comes to making them from scratch, it’s quite a laborious and time-consuming process. Heading to our local restaurant or fast food joint when we have a french fry craving may seem a little ridiculous. So what’s the solution? Frozen fries! Before you scoff, we’re here to tell you that we’ve found the absolute best options you can find in the frozen food aisle. Stock up on a bunch of these, and you’ll thank us the next time you have a craving for the delicious potato treat. So which ones made the (crinkle) cut? Let’s find out!
Ore-Ida Extra Crispy Fast Food Fries
If you’re the type of person who loves crispy fast-food style fries, these are the ones for you. The middle of these french fries are airy and light, without any creamy texture. So if you hate mushy fries, make sure you get these!
McCain Extra Crispy Crinkle Fries
Some people don’t consider non-crinkle cut fries french fries at all. We understand, and so we’ve found the best crinkle cut fries for them. With these, you’ll find a creamy mashed potato texture inside, for those who prefer the “mushier” style of french fry.
Alexia Seasoned Waffle Cut Fries
What about the waffle fries? We certainly couldn’t leave those out. These were so deliciously crunchy and also featured an amazing seasoning that cannot be ignored. The only thing is, these are a bit on the greasier side, but hey, these are still fries we’re talking about.
Ore-Ida Golden Steak Fries
For those who claim to have a bit more of a sophisticated palette and say streak fries are the only way to go, you must try these. These fries balance having a soft and creamy texture inside while still retaining a bit of a crispy exterior. Pair these with a perfectly cooked steak, and you’re in for a great meal.
Whole Foods 365 Sweet Potato Fries
Last but certainly not least, we absolutely cannot forget about sweet potato fries, the beloved cousin of the french fry. These have a wonderful true sweet potato flavor and also have a balance of crispy exterior and creamy inside. Dare we say we may prefer these to regular fries??