Crispy Spiralized Potatoes

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So good and healthy, these crispy spiralized potatoes are a dream! Super crispy on the outside and soft and fluffy on the inside! If you love spiralized veggies, you need to try these! It’s a great way to put to good use your spiralizer!

If you are here, it’s because you are a potato lover like me!

I’ve been tinkering around in the kitchen and have found a fun way to give our beloved potatoes a delicious twist – literally!

By using my spiralizer, I’ve turned ordinary potatoes into something truly extraordinary: crispy, spiralized baked potato fries.

I can’t wait to share this recipe with you, and I have a feeling that once you try these, regular fries might just take a back seat.

And honestly, there’s no limit to what you can do with a spiralizer!

From zoodles to any kind of spiralized veggies, it’s so much fun to transform any kind of vegetable into fun ribbons.

Also check: 25 Quick and Easy Low-Carb Spiralizer Recipes You Need to Try


  • Potatoes
  • Red onion
  • Extra-virgin olive oil
  • Fresh rosemary
  • Dried oregano
  • Chilli flakes (optional)
  • Salt and pepper

What are the best potatoes to spiralize for baking?

For baking spiralized potatoes, you’d typically want to lean towards starchy types, such as Russet or Idaho. These kinds of potatoes have the perfect balance of starchiness and tend to bake up to a crispy exterior with a fluffy interior. Another option could be Yukon Golds, which, although slightly less starchy, bring a rich, almost butter-like taste to the table. The key is to choose potatoes that are sizable, firm, and without sprouts or green patches.

How To Make Spiralized Potatoes

  1. Prep the oven: Get your oven cranking up to 400°F (200°C) and ready a sizable baking sheet by lining it with some baking parchment – it makes for an easier cleanup.
  2. Prep the potatoes: Give those potatoes a good rinse under running cold water to shake off any dirt, then tap them dry with a kitchen towel or paper towel. If you’re not a fan of potato skins, feel free to peel them, but it’s not strictly necessary.
  3. Spiralize! It’s time to get your spiralizer into action. Pop each potato in and give it a good twist to craft potato spirals. Your onion can join the spiralizing party, or alternatively, finely slice it with a knife.
  4. Spread and mix: Spread the potato noodles and onion mixture out evenly on your prepared baking sheet. Try not to overcrowd the potatoes to ensure they get crispy. Drizzle with the extra-virgin olive oil and give them a good toss to ensure everything is well coated. Sprinkle the fresh rosemary, dried oregano, chili flakes (if using), and salt and pepper over the potato and onion mixture. Toss again to make sure the seasoning is distributed well all around.
Spiralized potatoes on a baking sheet before going the oven
  1. Bake: Bake for 25-30 minutes or until the potatoes are golden brown and crispy. Be sure to stir or flip them every 10-15 minutes to ensure they cook evenly and don’t burn. If they seem to be browning a bit too rapidly, shield them with a piece of aluminum foil.
  2. Enjoy! When they’ve finished baking, take them out of the oven and let them sit for a little while. As they cool down, they’ll become even crisper. Enjoy!
Top down view of spiralized potatoes on a wood board

Top Tips

These crispy baked spiralized potatoes are simply delicious. Super crispy on the outside and soft and fluffy on the inside!

There are a few tricks you need to keep in mind to make sure they are baked to perfection:

  • Don’t spiralize them too thin. Otherwise, they will burn too quickly without cooking.
  • Make sure you spread the potatoes on a big baking tray. Try to avoid too much overlap! If necessary, use two baking trays.
  • Cover them up with oil. They do need a good coating to crisp up in the oven!
  • Be sure to adjust seasoning levels to your preference. You can always add more herbs or spices for extra flavor!

Serving Suggestions

These spiralized potatoes are super good!

You can enjoy them in many ways:

  1. Dipping Sauces: Pair the potatoes with a variety of dipping sauces. It could be the ever-reliable tomato ketchup, silky homemade mayonnaise, smoky barbecue sauce, or even the hot kick of sriracha.
  2. Cheese: Fancy a luxurious twist? Sprinkle these potatoes with your preferred melting cheese – sharp cheddar, mozzarella, or anything else – just before they’re fully cooked. Put back in the oven until the cheese is melting and bubbly.
  3. As a Side Dish: Serve these crispy potatoes as a side to grilled meats or fish. They also work well alongside a hearty salad or a veggie burger.
  4. Breakfast upgrade: These spiralized potatoes could also work great as a fun twist to your breakfast or brunch menu. They can be a wonderful addition alongside egg muffins or a nice sandwich.
Three quarter view  of spiralized potatoes on a wood board

How To Store

Yes, you can store cooked spiralized potatoes, although they’re much better when eaten fresh.

If you do need to store them, here’s how:

  • Refrigerate: Allow the cooked spiralized potatoes to cool completely. Once cooled, place the potatoes in an airtight container. Cooked spiralized potatoes can last for about 3-5 days when refrigerated.
  • Reheat: To reheat, you can use an oven or air fryer to restore some of the crispiness. Heat at a low temperature (around 300°F) until they’re warmed through.

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If you try this crispy spiralized potato recipe, please leave a comment and a rating and let me know how much you liked it!

Crispy Spiralized Potatoes

So good and healthy, these crispy spiralized potatoes are a dream! Super crispy on the outside and soft and fluffy on the inside! If you love spiralized veggies, you need to try these! A great way to put to good use your spiralizer!
Prep Time10 minutes
Cook Time30 minutes
Total Time40 minutes
Course: Side Dish, Snack
Servings: 4 servings
Calories: 300kcal
Author: Sara Trezzi


  • 3 medium baking potatoes
  • 1 red onion
  • 2 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil
  • 1 teaspoon finely chopped rosemary
  • 1 teaspoon dried oregano
  • 1/2 teaspoon chilli flakes
  • A Pinch of salt and pepper


  • Preheat the oven to 400°F (210°C).
  • Wash and remove the skin from the potatoes (if you want to).
    Insert each potato into your spiralizer using a medium size blade and start turning to create spiral-shaped potato strips. Repeat this process with all your potatoes.
  • With a kitchen towel or paper towels, remove any excess moisture from the potatoes by pressing them and squeezing them gently.
  • Peel and thinly slice the red onion. If you have a spiralizer that can handle onions, you can also spiralize it.
  • Spread the potato and onion noodles on a parchment-lined baking sheet and drizzle with extra-virgin olive oil.
  • Sprinkle with salt, pepper, chili flakes, dried oregano, and freshly chopped rosemary.
  • Toss to coat with your fingers, and then place the noodles in the oven.
  • After 15 minutes, if any bits start to brown too quickly, cover them with aluminum foil. Continue to bake the spiralized potatoes until they crisp up, checking every couple of minutes. After 30 minutes, all noodles should be cooked and ready to eat.
  • Let the spiralized potatoes cool for 5 minutes to crisp up a bit more, and then serve immediately.


Calories: 300kcal | Carbohydrates: 56g | Protein: 6g | Fat: 7g | Sugar: 3g

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  1. 5 stars
    These were delicious! so good!

  2. 5 stars
    I made these tonight and they were so good!

  3. LIsa Brouckxon says:

    Salivating! Can’t wait to get started!!!

    1. Sara @ Gathering Dreams says:

      Hi Lisa, you’ll love them!

  4. Catherine Brown says:

    5 stars
    These look FANTASTIC!!

  5. finsavvypanda says:

    Hehe this reminds me of your spiral veggies!

    As always, your recipes look great! Yummmy 😉
    Btw, I always like a little bit of burnt… not too much but just a tad little bit 😁

  6. Rainbow Nourishments says:

    Ooh, I love these! They are like curly fries but lots of them! Haha xo

  7. I miss having a spiralizer. Julienned vegetables just aren’t the same. This is such a fun recipe. I love all things potato 🙂

  8. 5 stars
    What a fabulous idea! Going to try this asap. And they look so crispy!

  9. Curly fries are one of my favorite things in the world… and I just got a spirilizer! So excited to try these!