Shrimp Alfredo Loaded Fries

Shrimp Alfredo Bacon Cheese Fries - Prime Shrimp

Whatever the event, whatever the age group, loaded fries are a fan favorite. You can’t go wrong with hot fries, melty cheese, and fresh green onion.

For this quick and easy recipe, our French Quarter Alfredo Shrimp moves from the dinner plate to the party platter with this fun upgrade to an already killer app. We prefer a bed of F&M-style seasoned waffle fries, but sweet potato fries or tater tots would also be great places to start.

For this loaded fries recipe, don’t feel like you need to make the fries from scratch. To be honest, frozen fries often end up crispier anyway. This way, you can have the larger surface area (and delicious crunch) of waffle fries while saving yourself the time and headache of trying to cut them yourself.

Another reason this recipe is your new game day best friend: you don’t need to learn how to make a cheese sauce. With our French Quarter Alfredo shrimp, the sauce cooks right in the pouch with the shrimp, so you don’t have to fiddle with making a roux or burning your milk. It doesn’t get much easier than this.

How to Make Cheese Fries

In short, layer it all up on a sheet pan and melt it together in the oven. Once your individual elements are cooked, chopped, sliced, or prepared, the rest is just building your creation. Pro tip: if your loaded fries have more than a single layer of fries as the base, sprinkle toppings and cheese between the layers so every bite has a little bit of everything.

When it comes to toppings, use your imagination! Loaded fries are incredibly versatile. Try adding jalapeños, guacamole, or corn. The alfredo sauce has a nice mild flavor, making it the perfect base to pair with a wide range of toppings. The possibilities are endless.