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Spiralizer Baked Curly Fries

These Spiralizer Baked Curly Fries are delicious! These fries are super easy to make, and they only take 15 minutes to throw together. Plus, they’re crispy but not deep-fried. You just need a hot oven and a spiralizer to make these fries!

A classic burger and fries is at the top of my list of awesome dinners . . . but my version is a little different than the American standard. For starters, I don’t eat a bun, not even a GF one — I think I’ve had a GF bun once. Lettuce wraps aren’t really my thing, so I eat a burger patty with toppings (pickles and mustard are my favorites) and a salad on the side.

The nonnegotiable part, of course, is the fries. I am a sucker for a good oven fry, whether it’s yuca, sweet potato, or potato. Though I love fries in general, I don’t love “fry breath.” (You know, how people’s breath smells after eating deep-fried fries. Not a fan.) I hate it because I keep tasting fries for hours after I eat them. 🙁 That’s where these healthy oven-baked fries come in to play! They just happen to be Whole30, too!

I flavored these fries with a bit of paprika and Montreal Seasoning. They were amazing! They take a bit of time to cook, so be prepared to wait. (I promise it’s worthwhile.) Make sure to stir them around at the halfway point so they get evenly crispy.

You’ll see some ketchup in these photos, but I only used it as a prop. I don’t actually like ketchup; it’s never appealed to me. It just tastes like sugary tomato pudding to me, which is kinda gross (right?!). Do you all like ketchup? If not, what do you dip your fries in? I generally eat them plain.

Thanks for reading! If you try this recipe, I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!

Have a great week!

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Spiralizer Baked Curly Fries
Course Side Dish
Cuisine American
Servings
Course Side Dish
Cuisine American
Servings

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