DIY Nacho Fries (HEALTHY)!

April 12, 2018

We turned Nacho Fries (drum roll please) into a HEALTHY snack!


Every commercial I see lately is about Taco Bell and their Nacho Fries. I have been wanting them from day 1! So, today I decided to turn it around and do this right.


Ready for this awesome recipe?

Nacho Fries ~ Healthy





  • 3 Medium Potatoes cut like french Fries

  • Salt to taste

  • 8 oz ground turkey

  • 1/2 Packet Taco Seasoning

  • 1/2 Cup Light Sour Cream

  • 100 Calorie Pack Guacamole






1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees

2. Wash and cut potatoe's into strips

3. Spray cookie sheet with non stick spray

4. Salt cookie sheet and add potatoes (yes, the cookie sheet :))

5. Bake for 30 minutes

6. Brown ground turkey

7. Add Taco Seasoning

8. Plate fries and add light sour cream and guac on the side

9. Top with turkey meat and as many yummy veggies as you'd like


**You can add shredded cheese as well. I was going for low fat here so I did not add it.**




Prep : 30 m

Cook : 30 m



Nutrition Facts:


Makes 4 servings. Per serving:


Calories : 234
Carbs : 26.5 g.
Fat : 8.3 g.
Protein : 14.5 g.



Any fast food item can be made healthy. My favorite is homemade fries and they are SO good! Start slow by buying your favorite fast food burger but making your own fries at home. Next time, use ground turkey for burgers and even scrap the cheese to save on the fat. Get creative with toppings like spicy barbecue sauce and grilled onions and mushrooms. Pretty soon you'll be driving right on by that fast food joint because you know you can make it better at home!

Stephanie Stevens


Stephanie has been a P90XLive and PIYOLive Instructor for 4 years and is currently working on her Fitness Nutrition Specialist Certification. Everything that she writes about comes with first-hand knowledge as she was once 40 pounds heavier. Instead of fad diets and weight-loss quick gimmicks, Stephanie stayed consistent with a healthy diet and constant exercise. She educated herself by getting certified in many different areas of exercise and learning how to first be healthy and then lose weight. Now, she is helping others do the same!


*Photos by Stephanie Stevens

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