US Crunchy Skinny Chili Cheese Fries Casserole Recipe

I had a craving for fries, thin-crust pizza, and a chili dog recently and decided to create a dish that can
have the combined flavors of my three favorites! If you’ve read my recent entry on Fatburger, you
noticed that I liked the crunchiness and fluffiness of their fries. This dish is inspired by my experience.

Baking a crispy dough requires complex skill and practice so I improvised with an easy, affordable and convenient method. Good thing US frozen fries can be pruchased easily at a nearby supermarket and can be stored conveniently in the freezer (they can last for a long time too). They’re also gluten-free.

I’m steering away from gluten because it slows down my digestion.
Since I needed crispy fries to imitate crispy pizza dough, I chose the shoe string variant which is quicker to bake to a crisp golden brown.
The fries are very versatile so if you're not into cooking, you can simply just observe by the color and you can produce the right texture.As for the toppings I used Cattle Drive Gold Chili with Beans which is one of the best in terms of beefy flavor and it’s gluten-free too.

Here’s the step-by- step process of my US Crunchy Skinny Chili Cheese Fries Casserole Recipe:


  • ½ pack of frozen US potato skinny fries 

  • 1 pack of shredded cheddar cheese and mozzarella cheese
  • 1 can of chili sauce (any brand)
  •  Salt and Pepper
Cooking Instructions

1. Spray cooking all on baking pan

2. Preheat oven to 425 degrees F

3. Place frozen fries in thin layer over the baking pan

4. Cook in preheated oven for 30 minutes until brown and crispy

5. Add canned chili with beans (any brand)

6. Add salt and pepper to taste

7. Add shredded cheddar and cheese

8. Cook in preheated oven for 4 minutes

9. Serve while hot

The fries are crunchy even with the gooey cheese. I love that US fries have several of variety cuts. If
you want crispy, definitely go with shoe string fries.

Tsinoy Foodies US Crunchy Skinny Chili Cheese Fries Casserole Recipe Rating
Recipe Difficulty Level

Estimated Preparation Time
5 minutes

Estimated Baking Time
4 minutes

Visit the Potatoes USA Facebook page to learn more US potato recipes!

Like This Post? Subscribe here