A French Fries Board is all the craze right now when it comes to entertaining. Cheese boards are out and fries boards are in. A sheet plan loaded with a variety of french fries and dippable sauces, makes the perfect party appetizer.
Whether you are planning on entertaining for a crowd or are looking for a fun lunch/dinner idea to make with the kids, this fry board is it!
Now, before you think this is super unhealthy, just realize it’s to be made on a rare occasion and besides what kid doesn’t like fries?
The best part is, it’s really easy and inexpensive to make.
If you don’t have any of the ingredients, it’ll cost you about $25 total for everything and only takes about a half hour to throw together.
We were able to feed 5 in my family with plenty of leftovers to make another one in the near future so, it will definitely serve a crowd too!
How to Make A French Fries Board
All you need is a variety of frozen fries and dipping sauces.
Heat your oven to 350 degrees (or the degree on the back of the fries bags).
Lay your fries out on a cookie sheet and bake. You want to get the fries nice and crispy without burning them (golden brown).
Remove from the oven and allow to cool a little before serving. Serve alongside the dipping sauces and enjoy!
Note: We made fry sauce which is a combo of ketchup, mayo and relish. It’s a Utah thing and is really good.
You can choose any variety of fries and sauces to serve.
Sure, you can make homemade fries but who has time for that? I know with 3 kids I sure don’t!
Have fun and enjoy this tasty appetizer.
- Frozen Curly Fries
- Frozen Tater Tots
- Frozen Sweet Potato Fries
- Frozen Crinkle Cut Fries
- Frozen Fries (regular or steak fries)
- Cheese Sauce
- Honey Mustard
- Preheat your oven to 350 degrees.
- Lay out the frozen fries onto a cookie sheet (you can spray with cooking spray before hand)
- Bake 12-15 minutes or until the fries are golden brown. Avoid burning them.
- Remove from oven and allow to cool for 2-3 minutes before serving.
- Add the cups of sauce into the pan and serve with the fries.