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Extra Crispy Crinkle Cut Fries

If you’re looking to elevate your burger, you’ll want Extra Crispy Crinkle Cut fries! What makes them so special? Not only are they fast dinner idea, they are delicious on their own, and exceptional for dipping of course!

nutrition information

Trans Fat-Free


Low in Saturated Fat

nutrition information

Nutrition Facts
Valeur nutritive

Per 16 pieces (85 g) / par 16 moreaux (85 g)

% Daily Value
% valeur quotidienne
Calories / Calories 160  
Fat / Lipides 5.5 g 8%
  • Saturated / saturés 0.4 g
  • + Trans / trans 0 g
Polyunsaturated / Polyunsaturated 1.5 g  
Omega-6 / Omega-6 1 g  
Omega-3 / Omega-3 0.3 g  
Monounsaturated / Monounsaturated 3.5 g  
Cholesterol / Cholestérol 0 mg  
Sodium / Sodium 200 mg 8%
Potassium / Potassium 270 mg 8%
Carbohydrate / Glucides 25 g 8%
Fibre / Fibres 2 g
Sugars / sucres 0 g
Protein / Protéines 2 g  
Vitamin A / Vitamine A 0%
Vitamin C / Vitamine C 2%
Calcium / Calcium 0%
Iron / Fer 4%



​Preheat 425°F/ 218°C

​18 – 24 minutes.  Turn halfway through cooking time

Toaster Oven
Toaster Oven

​Preheat 425°F/ 218°C

​17 – 20 minutes.  Turn halfway through cooking time

  • Product must be fully cooked for food safety and quality.
  • Spread frozen fries in a single layer on a flat baking sheet or pan.
  • Since appliances vary, these cooking times are approximate. Cook to desired texture.
  • Always cook to a light golden colour. When using smaller amounts, reduce cooking time.


  • My McCain® potato product was left out of the freezer and has thawed, can I still use them?
  • No, for food safety, you should not use frozen food products if they have thawed. To prevent food-borne illness, we recommend that you discard frozen food products that have thawed.
  • ​​​​​Can I keep my McCain® potato products in the refrigerator?
  • No, McCain® frozen potato products should be kept frozen until you are using them.  For food safety, you should not use frozen food products if they have thawed. To prevent food-borne illness, we recommend that you discard frozen food products that have thawed.
  • What are the natural colours that you use in some of your potato products?
  • McCain uses a blend of caramel and annatto for natural colour in our potato products. We use caramel and annatto to introduce a natural golden brown colour to your potato products, giving them an appealing “golden brown” appearance. Caramel is the most widely used natural colour in the food & beverage industry. It is obtained from the heating and browning of sugars. Annatto has been used as a natural colour since ancient times. It is a natural golden yellow colour obtained from the seeds of a tree (Bixa orellana).

Recipe Ideas

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​This Modifry™ is fresh from the sea! Imagine lightly salted pan fried cod with a delicious potato crust, topped with a delightful butter cream sauce. Chef Taylor Snyder at Crush Wine Bar in Toronto has certainly given fish and chips a whole new meaning.

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More delicious fries

Fingers beat forks! If you want to let loose and keep it casual, just add crinkle cut fries to your next meal. They are delicious on their own, but it goes without saying, the grooves are perfect for holding your favourite seasonings or dips. Great to add as a side to easy and delicious dinner recipes.
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Cheese & Chive #MODIFRY

Share your #MODIFRY
Wondering what a MODIFRY is? Well, it’s the endless possibilities of modifying your fries. How do you like to eat your fries? Sweet, savoury or spicy? Create your own, share it with the hashtag #MODIFRY and who knows what fun will arrive at the table!
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