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It is always a good time to eat french fries, but National French Fry Day just gives us another reason to try out some new and exciting french fry recipes! Try out making these recipes as a side dish for a meal if you’re feeling up to it!

We also highly recommend downloading the Food Monster App  — with over 15,000 delicious recipes it is the largest plant-based recipe resource to help you get healthy! And, don’t forget to check out our Potato Recipes Archives!

1. Crispy Oil-Free Garlic Fries 

Vegan Crispy Oil-Free Garlic Fries 

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There are few things in this world that we can safely say everyone agrees on but one of that small collection of objective truths is this: Crispy Oil-Free Garlic Fries by Rae are tasty. Unfortunately, they are not the healthiest of snacks – until now! These garlicky fries have salty, crispy crunchy outsides, soft insides, and none of the fat and oil that normal french fries have. So go on, indulge yourself.

2. Dill Pickle French Fries

Dill Pickle French Fries

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These Dill Pickle French Fries by Jesse Lane Lee are salty, tangy, and bursting with dill flavor just like dill pickle chips! Apple cider vinegar gives these fries a tangy flavor and they are seasoned with fresh dill, garlic powder, and mustard powder.

3. Baked Mashed Potato Fries

Baked Mashed Potato Fries

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You have to try these Baked Mashed Potato Fries by Tina Dawson! They’re creamy and soft on the inside, yet crisp and crunchy on the outside. Yum. Plus, unlike regular fries, which can only be flavored on the outside, the flavor for these comes from within. So season with your favorite spices, grab some vegan sour cream for dipping, and dig in!

4. Adobo Garlic Fries

Adobo Garlic Fries

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In just one bite of these Adobo Garlic Fries by Desiree Rodriguez, you can taste the freshness of the potato and the zesty flavor of the adobo and garlic combination. The mix of spices that make up the adobo used on these fries –cumin, black pepper, oregano, garlic powder, onion powder, and turmeric are so powerful that the smell of all of them together will make your mouth water.

5. Chickpea Fries

Chickpea Fries

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These Chickpea Fries by Rhea Parsons are incredibly fast and easy to make. It’s just like making polenta fries except you pan-fried these instead of baking them. They are large, crispy, spicy, and addictive- especially when served with a creamy dipping sauce.

6. Enchilada Fries

Enchilada Fries

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Sometimes the same old oven fries just won’t cut it. Sure, they’re great next to an awesome veggie burger (or by themselves, who are we kidding, right?), but occasionally you want to try out something different, like these Enchilada Fries by Brandi Doming.

7. Crispy Salt and Pepper Potato Wedges 

Vegan Crispy Salt and Pepper Potato Wedges 

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Crispy and buttery on the outside, soft and fluffy on the inside=the equation for a perfect potato wedge. These Crispy Salt and Pepper Potato Wedges by Kristina Humphreys are transformed from whole potatoes into buttery and soft fleshed potato wedges with a crisp outer skin infused with seasonings. They are soft on the inside, yet crispy on the outside, and are coated with a buttery-herb mixture that is infused with garlic and seasoned with pepper and pink salt.

8. Chipotle Seasoned French Fries 

Vegan Chipotle Seasoned French Fries 

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If you are looking for French fries with a kick you came to the right place! These Chipotle Seasoned French Fries by Desiree Rodriguez are great to eat alongside a bean burger, a sandwich, or alone as a snack. They are low in sodium, all-natural, and free from any chemical preservatives.

9. All-American Quinoa Chili Fries

All-American Quinoa Chili Fries

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Nothing hits the spot like a big ol’ plate of chili fries, especially ones you can dig into because they’re healthy! This is a hearty American-style veggie quinoa chili piled high on fresh, seasoned oven fries. Enjoy these All-American Quinoa Chili Fries by Gin Butters!

10. Lemon and Thyme Mushroom Dirty Fries

Vegan Lemon and Thyme Mushroom Dirty Fries

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These Lemon and Thyme Mushroom Dirty Fries by Trine Rask are dirty fries with style: mushrooms, white wine, and cashew cream give this cheesy appetizer a sense of sophistication.

11. Vegan Chilli Cheese Fries

Vegan Chilli Cheese Fries

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These Vegan Chilli Cheese Fries by Hayley Canning are a great comfort meal that will satisfy any cravings. The recipe is plant-based, gluten-free, and easy to make.

12. Korean Loaded Sweet Potato Fries

Korean Loaded Sweet Potato FriesSource: Korean Loaded Sweet Potato Fries

These Korean Loaded Sweet Potato Fries by Allie Penner are topped with maple tamari tempeh, kimchi, gochujang cashew cream, and cilantro. Serve them up in a big cast-iron skillet for the ultimate communal family meal! They taste amazing and will impress everyone at the table!

13. Truffle and Thyme Celeriac Fries

Truffle and Thyme Celeriac FriesSource: Truffle and Thyme Celeriac Fries

Doesn’t truffle oil just make everything infinitely more addicting? In these Truffle and Thyme Celeriac Fries by Emma D’Alessandro, thin celeriac fries are tossed in truffle oil and thyme flakes and then baked to crispy perfection. Healthy indulgence at its finest!

14. Sweet Potato Fries with Chipotle Lime Mayo

Sweet Potato Fries with Chipotle Lime Mayo

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Everyone loves fries, but everyone adores sweet potato fries! And when you dip these sweet potato fries in the creamy, flavorful, slightly tangy chipotle lime mayo, you will fall in love! Try these Sweet Potato Fries with Chipotle Lime Mayo by Daniela Modesto.

15. Crispy Potato Wedges

Crispy Potato Wedges

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These Crispy Potato Wedges by Mireille Aikman are amazing. Take a bite through the crispy outside and savor that soft inside. Dip it in that delicious ranch dressing and you are in heaven!

How to cook Plant-Based Foods at Home!

Reducing your meat intake and eating more plant-based foods is known to help with chronic inflammationheart healthmental wellbeingfitness goalsnutritional needsallergiesgut health, and more! Dairy consumption also has been linked to many health problems, including acnehormonal imbalancecancer, and prostate cancer, and has many side effects.

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