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7 Kinds of Tasty Frozen French Fries to Cure Your Crunch Craving

Good Housekeeping Logo By Katie Bourque of Good Housekeeping | Slide 1 of 8: We are in something of a frozen fries renaissance: Gone are the days of the soggy, limp frozen fries our moms used to serve us when we begged them. Today's frozen French fries taste just as good as any you could get at a restaurant. Frozen foods as a whole have also gotten much better, especially frozen vegetables, which actually hold on to their nutritional value longer than their fresh counterparts, but that's a different story.So in case you plan on serving hot dogs and burgers anytime soon, we've rounded up some of the best frozen fries (the ultimate side!) that you can buy. There's lots of starchy variety out there too, like thin and crispy shoestring fries, or creamy steak fries, and even the holy grail of french fries: curly fries. Plus, some waffle fries that will give Chick-fil-a a run for its money.

We are in something of a frozen fries renaissance: Gone are the days of the soggy, limp frozen fries our moms used to serve us when we begged them. Today's frozen French fries taste just as good as any you could get at a restaurant. Frozen foods as a whole have also gotten much better, especially frozen vegetables, which actually hold on to their nutritional value longer than their fresh counterparts, but that's a different story.

So in case you plan on serving hot dogs and burgers anytime soon, we've rounded up some of the best frozen fries (the ultimate side!) that you can buy. There's lots of starchy variety out there too, like thin and crispy shoestring fries, or creamy steak fries, and even the holy grail of french fries: curly fries. Plus, some waffle fries that will give Chick-fil-a a run for its money.

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