Copycat Fries from Your Favorite Restaurants
Craving fries? Skip the drive-through and make your own with these copycat fries recipes from all of your favorite restaurants.
I came up with this recipe after my daughter had cheese fries at a restaurant and couldn't stop talking about them. She loves that I can fix them so quickly at home. Plus, the frozen fry packets can be refrigerated and reheated. —Melissa Tatum, Greensboro, North Carolina
An even tastier way to eat fries! The addition of Parmesan and garlic makes this side dish simple irresistible. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
Yes, you do want fries with that—especially these crispy, golden fries, full of garlic flavor and just a little bit of heat. —Steve Westphal, Wind Lake, Wisconsin
The Dunkin’ version of donut fries is only available for a limited time, but this delicious recipe from Kirbie’s Cravings will quickly become a lasting staple in your kitchen. Try them plain or dunked in chocolate glaze.
Kid-friendly and quick, these crunchy oven-baked chicken fries are coated with a mixture of crushed potato chips, panko bread crumbs and Parmesan cheese. Dip them in ranch dressing, barbecue sauce or honey-mustard sauce.—Nick Iverson, Denver, Colorado
Don’t worry if you’re not on the West Coast. These copycat In-N-Out animal-style fries from Dinner Then Dessert taste just like the real deal.
Playing with food is loads of fun when you have Tater Tots and taco toppings. Let kids build their own for smiles all around. —Eleanor Mielke, Mitchell, South Dakota
Five Guys is known for their massive servings, and this simple recipe from Wildflour’s Cottage Kitchen can be tailored to fit any appetite.