Loaded fries, super fries, cheese fries, poutine…whatever you call them, they’re sinful, salty, savory, over the top, and impossible to resist.
Don’t get me wrong; I love regular French fries. But nothing is more decadent than a plate full of fries covered in cheese, meat, and sauce.
Pile them high with toppings, grab a fork, and have a napkin at the ready because loaded fries are the perfect party food or late-night snack.
From chili and buffalo chicken to pulled pork and kimchi, these are so good; you might not want to share!
Let’s dig in!
17 Over-the-Top French Fry Recipes We Can’t Live Without
Sweet, succulent crab meat with crispy garlic and hand-cut fries? Sign me up!
Season the fries with Old Bay, and be sure to cut them nice and thick. That way, they won’t crumble under the seafood topping.
Not a crab lover? No worries! Use shrimp instead, and maybe throw some green onions over the top. It’ll be just as yummy.
Looking for a new way to serve chili? These fully loaded fries will be a surefire hit with your friends and family.
They feature savory ground beef and bean chili, plus cheese, sour cream, and onion in every bite.
Serve them as individual skillet meals for dinner or as a tasty, messy appetizer during the next big game.
Hot, cheesy, salty, and loaded with flavor, these copycat Texas cheese fries will bring the heat to any gathering.
Just cover crunchy steak fries with crumbly bacon bits, gooey cheese, and plenty of pickled jalapenos.
It’s kept cool with dreamy Ranch dressing. But the spicy pepper flavor still shines in every mouthful.
I’d love to say that these loaded vegan fries are healthy – but they’re just as indulgent and calorific as the others on the list.
Smothered in a savory tofu scramble and vegan breakfast sausage, they’re pretty darn scrumptious.
But it’s the creamy hollandaise sauce (without eggs!) and chopped green onions that seal the deal for me.
In my house, we call these super fries. They’re super delicious, super filling, and super easy to make!
Don’t worry; there’s no cape required to whip up these loaded Mexican Fries: just zesty jalapenos, hearty black beans, and spicy chicken or ground beef.
Oh, and don’t skimp on the lime crema! Unless you prefer nacho cheese, that is!
I haven’t made it out West in a while, which means I haven’t had a Double-Double with Animal Fries in way too long.
Luckily, we can all curb that fast food craving with this copycat In-N-Out recipe!
Topped with fried onions, American cheese, and homemade special sauce, these fries are saucy and irresistible.
Have you jumped on the kimchi bandwagon yet? It’s got such a unique flavor, and I love it on pretty much everything.
This recipe is a filling and diverse crowd-pleaser. Serve at your next game day party, and you might find people forget all about the TV.
You could even make these for breakfast with a few runny fried eggs on top. Yum!
Everything’s better with garlic, don’t you think?
And this from scratch spicy, garlicky cheese sauce is the ultimate fry topping. Add crispy bacon and perfectly crunchy fries, and you’ll swoon after one bite.
Double-baking the potatoes makes them tender inside and crispy outside – no deep fryer needed!
Add popcorn chicken and a drizzle of Ranch, and you have a complete meal.
One bite of these buffalo and blue cheese-loaded fries, and you might need to take a seat.
It’s like your favorite spicy wings and crunchy fries made a baby – a big, saucy, cheesy baby.
If you love buffalo chicken and blue cheese, you’ll adore these loaded fries.
I may never make regular sloppy joes again.
I mean, how can you compete with waffle fries and hearty sloppy joe meat?
Make your own or spoon the sauce from a can. Either way, don’t be shy with the cheese!
Oh, and try it with fried eggs on top. The yolk with the sloppy joe meat is to die for.
As the name suggests, these bad boys are kind of addictive.
They’re extra crispy, extra saucy, and extra decadent. And that’s all down to the beer-battered fries!
Of course, the spicy cheddar sauce and tangy BBQ are heavenly too. Plus, you’ll add salty bacon for good measure.
Creamy butter chicken and fries slathered in masala sauce and gooey melted mozzarella. Yum!
Use the recipe provided to make the butter chicken from scratch, or grab some from your local Indian restaurant.
Either way, you can’t beat the spiced tomato sauce and tender chicken.
Serve it on a sheet tray and dig in with warm naan for double the carbs.
If you’ve never tried snow crab legs, you’re really missing out!
But while they’re incredible simply dipped in melted butter, they’re extra scrummy served over crispy, hot fries.
Add some salty bacon, queso fresco, Old Bay, and garlic aioli, and you’ve got an appetizer your friends will fight over.
Forget mustard and ketchup! These fries are practically drowning in smashed burger chunks, pickled jalapenos, and sauce.
You’ll make your own Thousand Island dressing, which means you can totally play with the flavor. For example, I like it with extra paprika.
Add some shredded lettuce and diced tomatoes, and this is like eating a Big Mac filled with fries!
15. Greek Fries
“It is difficult to argue with the belly, as it has no ears” is a Greek proverb I just love.
And you can’t really argue with that – especially when faced with these sensational sheet pan Greek fries.
From the salty feta and briny olives to the crunchy red onion and fragrant herbs, these are bright and impossibly tasty.
French fries for breakfast? Count me in!
Traditional poutine features fries, cheese curds, and gravy. But you’ll love this fun twist!
It’s got all the breakfast faves (bacon, eggs, sausage, and cheddar cheese). Plus, that’s all loaded onto crispy tater tots and yummy french fries.
Add hollandaise sauce, and you’re all set.
I love barbecue season. But with these insanely saucy loaded fries, there’s no way I can wait ’til summer to get my fix.
These babies are a whole BBQ dinner in one dish.
Tangy BBQ pulled pork and cool coleslaw are perfect on a bed of fries. Just don’t forget the cheese…or the napkins!
What’s better than carne asada? Carne asada fries with guacamole, jalapenos, sour cream, and lime juice.
You’ll need marinated steak, and I recommend sirloin. That way, you can cut thin slices from the perfectly cooked piece.
If you cut the steak first and then cook it, you run the risk of it getting tough.
I love kimchi so much, I just had to include a second recipe! And this one’s beauty.
Bibigo Bulgogi is a hugely popular Korean BBQ dish featuring thinly sliced beef with tangy and rich BBQ sauce.
And when you serve it over crispy waffle fries with zippy kimchi and melty cheese sauce, it’s downright dangerous!
Mexican street corn is probably my favorite appetizer of all time.
I love the smoky charred corn with the spicy-tangy seasonings and heavenly creamy finish.
So this one is a no-brainer for me!
All that deliciousness and salty fries? I’ll take double.
21. Pizza Fries
With all the over-the-top recipes we’ve covered so far, this one might seem a little simple.
But I promise, there’s nothing simple about the flavors!
I mean, who doesn’t love pepperoni pizza?
And how can you go wrong with tangy pizza sauce, ooey-gooey cheese, and salty, crispy pepperoni slices?
Take a trip to the Deep South with these irresistible crawfish fries. One bite, and you’ll feel the balmy Louisiana air on your skin.
You’ll cook the sweet crawfish in butter, garlic, onion powder, and Cajun seasoning. So it’s loaded with punchy flavor.
Then you’ll make a Cajun-infused queso sauce that’s so good, you’ll want to swim in it!
If you’ve ever had an authentic Philly cheesesteak, you’ll know it’s cheesy, meaty, and incredibly filling.
And these cheesesteak fries are no different!
The only real difference is the bed of salty, crispy fries instead of bread.
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