Apr 11, 2012

Target Deal: 2 Bags Of Alexia Fries + Ketchup For Only $1.63 Each!!

Apr
11
2012
Wednesday

Alexia Sweet Potato Fries

I’m sure you guys know by now how much I love Alexia sweet potato fries!  Sure, they are much cheaper to make from scratch, and I do that from time to time (and if someone could tell me how to get homemade sweet potato fries to come out NOT completely mushy I’m ALL EARS).  But more often than not we have a big bag of Alexia sweet potato fries from Costco in the freezer to use on our weekly burger nights!

If you’re an Alexia fries fan as well, then check out this great deal at Target this week!

Here’s how it would look:

Buy Alexia Fries (any variety) – $3.44 each
Buy Hunt’s Ketchup (24 oz)

Use TWO $1/1 Alexia Fries Printable Coupons
$4.88 total (or $1.63 each)

I’ve added this to the Target Coupon Match-ups for this week too!

(Thanks, Give Me Neither!) 

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  1. Michele Stangohr Labecki says:

    I put them in a pan with some grapes we’d oil and 3-4 different favors of mrs dash seasoning. The kids love them. They do get a little mushy but if they are in a single layer on the pan they will cook more evenly and not get too mushy

  2. Elizabeth Gould Rozman says:

    I cut them like chips (thin) instead of fries and single layer with a LITTLE oil. Most of them turn out crispy :0)

  3. Elizabeth Gould Rozman says:

    I cut them like chips (thin) instead of fries and single layer with a LITTLE oil. Most of them turn out crispy :0)

  4. Kimberly Carrigan says:

    I have a convection oven option and they seem to come out “crispier” when I use that setting. Otherwise, the regular oven, SAME tempurature. . . seems to be MUCH less “crispier”.

  5. Jenny Lange says:

    let them sit out on paper towels 30-60 minutes before baking to release some moisture, also sprinkle a little salt on while sitting out to help draw out more moisture

  6. Kathye Carter Shuman says:

    I deep fry them…Only way I have found to make them crispy.

  7. Jennifer Garcia says:

    We cut them thin, salt them (also w/season salt) and single layer on pan. Yum!

  8. Jennifer Garcia says:

    We cut them thin, salt them (also w/season salt) and single layer on pan. Yum!

  9. Steven Sandy Allen says:

    I deep fry them!

  10. Amber Butler says:

    1. they have to be completely dry. COMPLETELY. cut them up, towel dry them off, and let them air dry (or dry in a barely warm oven) for an hour or two. 2. cut them thiiiiiiiin. steak-fries style sweet potato fries don’t work without a deep fryer. 3. oil enough to coat, not enough to soak. they should be covered, but not dripping. 4. cook as per directions, then turn your oven on broil and watch them closely. :) (even then, i’ve never been able to get them as good as alexia, but closer! breading would surely help. :)

  11. Merritt Baynes says:

    Deep frying negates all the good, in my opinion and Alexia has a good bit of oil too. I spray my pan ever so lightly with olive oil and on top of the potatoes when they are in the pan. Then I bake at 450 for 10 minutes and then change the settings to broil on high for another 10 minutes (close to the heat). They aren’t as crispy as the fried ones, but they definitely aren’t mush and I don’t have to flip them either.

  12. Katie Abbott Argentina says:

    To get crispy fries: fry them in a little oil, take them up and drain on a towel, then put them back in for another quick fry. My husband taught me that!

  13. Maybe if you crinkle aluminum foil and put it on the cookie sheet before the strips of sweet potatoes?  Some of the packaged fries call for that so they are not sitting so flat on the pan and get more air circulation.
     

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