Easy Homemade Fries

Some days when I get home from work, I look at Josh and ask him what he would like for dinner. We both think for a moment, and then say “Fries.”

There is nothing more easy, stress-free, and delicious as homemade fries. They take a few minutes to prepare, take time in the oven for getting things done around the house, and create little to no mess. We hope that this easy recipe will save you some headaches in your future 🙂 This may seem like a short and simply recipe to be talking about, but honestly we use it so much, and it’s so much better than buying frozen backs of french fries.

Homemade Fries

Cut up your fries. We happen to make these so much that we bought a fry cutter, however, we spent a lot of time before that cutting our fries.


Put foil over your baking trays. These will make it so you can remove the foil when you are finished, and have no dishes!

Season your fries. I always dribble olive oil over them, then add some Chili pepper, salt, lemon pepper, garlic, sometimes balsamic vinegar, and black pepper. Feel free to use whatever seasonings you like.


Bake and wait! 🙂 This is the best part! Bake for 40-50 minutes at 425f and get some stuff done around the house! Be sure to turn/toss them half way through their cooking time!


  • Russel Potatoes, about 2-3 per person.
  • Salt and Pepper
  • Chili Powder
  • Olive Oil, or Coconut Oil
  • Balsamic Vinegar
  • Garlic, fresh or ground
  • Lemon Pepper

Bake at 425f for 40-50 minutes, turning them half way through their baking time.

One Comment Add yours

  1. lexilife says:

    Great post! Ah I need a chip cutter so bad!! Overtime I see one I’m like “this makes my life complete”. Also love the look of your blog! So simple and minimalistic – right up ma street! xx



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