NEWS: Get Your Beta-Carotene On With Carl’s Jr. Sweet Potato Fries


Me likey this trend of fast food joints offering sweet potato on their menu because I love the vitamin A it contains, which gives me killer night vision, which allows me to scoff at those who need flashlights.

Wendy’s had their Baked Sweet Potato, Burger King has their Sweet Potato Fries, and now Carl’s Jr. has made available their own Sweet Potato Fries.

Although, to be honest, this whole sweet potato thing should’ve happened a long time ago.

According to Foodbeast, Carl’s Jr.’s Sweet Potato Fries are available for a limited time and won’t be available at sibling chain Hardee’s. They’re available in small, medium, and large and prices start at $1.99.

A small serving of Carl’s Jr. Sweet Potato Fries has 440 calories, 24 grams of fat, 4 grams of saturated fat, 0 milligrams of cholesterol, 480 milligrams of sodium, 54 grams of carbohydrates, 6 grams of fiber, 16 grams of sugar, and 3 grams of protein.

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Source: Foodbeast

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One thought to “NEWS: Get Your Beta-Carotene On With Carl’s Jr. Sweet Potato Fries”

  1. Sweet! (No pun intended) I was just about to tell you to review these fries. I got the kids size ($1.30) last week and was blown away by how tasty it was. Blown away because I didn’t expect fast food sweet potato fries to taste good. The had a nice crispiness and some kind of coting that enhanced the crispiness. It was sweet yet with a touch of saltiness. Didn’t even need ketchup. I can’t wait to buy them again with my 99 cent coupon.

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