Another staple convenience food in our milk allergy home, frozen fries.
See the ingredients on our bag and the link to the company below.
Plus, we have some dairy-free recipes for you to use with these.
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Since we couldn’t just order drive through french fries all these years with food allergies,
early on we found these fries to enjoy and make at home.
Oh, how many pounds of ketchup have we gone through in fifteen years? HA!
I don’t want to know.
Ore Ida is easy to find at many grocery stores, we even order them in bulk on our Walmart pick-up order.
And I love that there are so many varieties.
From steak fries to shoe string fries to waffle fries…we never tire of Ore Ida french fries in our house.
Plus, they have hash browns that work in our milk allergy home. Woohoo!
In fact, we make our favorite dinner casserole with those hash browns.
As for the french fries, we also have a few favorite dairy-free ways to use them.
What else would use these yummy french fries for?
PRO TIP: When I’m in charge of the kitchen, I always bake Ore Ida french fries and tots. No frying necessary.
However, my hubby does like to throw these into the air fryer. That’s an option, too.
Or go with the good old fashioned oil frying. It’s up to you.
They still taste great no matter what.
Below, you’ll see the label on our bag.
But always check labels for yourself, ingredients can change.
Again, we’ve been eating Ore Ida fries for fifteen years and haven’t stopped.
We hope you can enjoy them, too!
Learn more at the Ore Ida website.