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Crin­kle or thick cut, these frozen chips turned up the heat in our oven!

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Crank up the oven! From thick cut to wedges, here are our pick of the best hot chip­pies.

1 Sea­sons Pride Su­per Crunch Think Cut Chips, $2.69

The edges of these Aldi thick-cut chips crisp up dur­ing cook­ing but the potato fill­ing stays creamy in­side. They’re not too salty or oily, ei­ther, just add a bit of tomato sauce for the ul­ti­mate com­fort food.

2 Coles Aus­tralian Pota­toes Crin­kle Cut, $2

While the sound of bit­ing into these chip-shop style chip­pies might make you be­lieve it’s all crunch, they ac­tu­ally have the per­fect bal­ance of fluffy potato and crispy outer. Plus, they’re cheap as chips!

3 Mccain Orig­i­nal Wedges, $4.39

For­get the sour cream and sweet chilli sauce be­cause these wedges stand their ground! They have a light spice sea­son­ing, crunchy edge, pil­lowy potato fill­ing and golden hue – good luck stop­ping af­ter only a few!

4 Wool­worths Se­lect Aus­tralian Potato French Fries, $2.69

Crispy, golden brown in colour and with a soft in­ner tex­ture, these French fries give fast food a run for its money! The huge kilo­gram bag makes them per­fect for kids’ par­ties!

5 Birds Eye Deli Sea­soned Chips Sea Salt & Rose­mary, $3.69

Coated in sea salt and rose­mary, these luxe chips are wor­thy of be­ing paired with any Sun­day roast! Made from Aus­tralian pota­toes, they’re gen­er­ously sized, too.

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