When we were at the store choosing something (at our Kroger it's in the natural food section)- it was hard to decide...seriously everything looked So good....we settled on the Spicy Sweet Potato Julienne Fries.
Nice ingredient list:
We make sweet potato fries at home from sweet potatoes paretty often. Like a 2-3x a week often. They are delicious. And they take 40-45 minutes, which is usually totally fine...except those nights when it's not fine and you come home late and are so hungry that 45 minutes sounds like a lifetime..... so we were excited to see how these would cook up in 20-25 minutes.
First, I'm trying to control portions, so the first couple of times I eat something I usually weigh or count whatever it is so I can get a good grasp of what a "serving" of that particular food looks like...This bag said it had 30 pieces per serving and 7 servings per container...that part I am a little confused about bc I literally counted out 60 pieces for 2 servings and that left about 2 servings in a bag, for a total of only 4 servings.. so not sure what that's all about....but let's chat about the fries...
*EDIT: I emailed the company to ask about the serving size situation and turns out it was a misprint and a serving size is actually only 12 pieces as opposed to 30! I guess when something seems too good to be true it usually is. I'm also bummed that I was eating three servings per sitting when I thought I was only eating one. They are fixing the issue.
YUM. They are crispy on the outside and soft in the center with just the right amount of spice. I dipped a couple in one of my favorite ranch dressings and was pretty much in sweet potato heaven. Sweet potato fries from home don't get this same kind of crunch on them...
I would definitely buy these again, and if you look on their website right now they have a $1 off coupon that I have already printed out for my next shopping trip..
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