Alexia Oven Fries Review

Alexia Oven Fries

The Freezer Meal Frenzy staff doesn’t own a deep fryer, so to us, all frozen fries are oven fries. Virtually all of the fries we’ve reviewed have been heated in our trusty oven. If you, like us, prefer not to fry your French fries, you might want to check out the Alexia Oven Fries with Olive Oil, Rosemary, and Garlic.

These fries take a while to heat — a half bag takes about 20 minutes to cook — but the process is pretty low-effort. You don’t have to do much more than preheat your oven, scatter some fries on a baking sheet, and wait for them to finish. We would recommend covering your baking sheet in aluminum foil before you start cooking to avoid any potential mess.

These might look like plain chunks of potato, but they’re actually pretty flavorful. They’re seasoned with olive oil, rosemary, and garlic. They’re very similar to Alexia Crispy Rosemary Fries, but they’re much thicker, with a stronger potato flavor.

Alexia Oven Fries

While our fries cooked long enough to brown at the edges, they weren’t particularly crispy. We’d say that these oven fries taste more like regular potatoes than any kind of french fry. Since they’re pre-seasoned and don’t require any sort of dipping sauce, they’d be a terrific side dish for all kinds of different entrees.

If you’re in the mood for potatoes, but you don’t feel like your garden-variety french fries, Alexia Oven Fries are an excellent option. They might not satisfy you if you’re craving greasy, salty fries that you can dunk in ketchup, but these pre-seasoned potatoes are still worth keeping in your freezer.

To learn more about the nutrition content, ingredients, or cooking instructions for these frozen fries, check out our package scans below.

Alexia Oven Fries
Alexia Oven Fries