Homemade French Fries

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Hey Fam Bam!

These days my daughter (younger child) has been slowly eliminating foods from her diet. She has decided that she no longer wants to eat the same foods that she sees us eat together as a family. One of her few favorites at the moment are French fries. She loooves them! We have been going back and forth with the ideas of allowing her to eat them or attempting to put our parental foot down and make her eat what we provide. Besides, French fries are usually loaded with trans fats that in time cause high levels of LDL (bad cholesterol), could act as carcinogens (cancer causing), among other risky factors. 

In my best attempt to lower her exposure to those risks and substitute the unhealthy oils used in French fries, I made an organic homemade version with minimal oil and salt. Needless to say, she loved my fries! It was a perfectly crispy home run in our house, and they were delicious!

Prep Time Cook Time Total Time
5 minutes 15 minutes 20 minutes

*All times are approximate.*



  1. Using a fry cutter (or just chop them yourself) cut potatoes into fries.
  2. Toss fries with a light coating of oil, Himalayan pink salt, and/or any other desired seasonings.
  3. Cook them in the air fryer. (If you are making a large amount of fries, cook them in batches. Read the directions that came with your air fryer for more specifics.)
  4. Toss fries periodically to make sure that they cook evenly.
  5. Once fries have reached your desired texture, serve (with or without your favorite condiments), and enjoy!


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