Bacon Potato Noodle Home Fries

Bacon Potato Noodle Home Fries

Taking home fries to the next level with this spiralized version, with the same great flavor, bacon for a salty kick, and tons of seasonings and spice.

Bacon Potato Noodle Home Fries

Everything is better #inspiralized should be on a shirt, because it’s so true!

Bacon Potato Noodle Home Fries

Case in point: home fries. These spiralized home fries are such a fun way to enjoy a classic breakfast staple. When combined with a fried egg, every bite has a little egg yolk, slightly crispy potato, and crumbly bacon.

If you’re vegetarian, you can omit the bacon or use a vegetarian-friendly version, like coconut bacon.

Bacon Potato Noodle Home Fries

The “home fries” are seasoned with classic home fry flavor, from ground seasonings like paprika and garlic and onion powder. Salt, bacon, and the fried egg make this a fully satisfying breakfast as is or a side dish to serve alongside an omelette or scrambled eggs.

Next time you go to serve up home fries, make it #inspiralized!

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Nutritional Information & Recipe


Bacon Potato Noodle Home “Fries”

Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 10 mins
Total Time 20 mins
Servings 3 -4


  • 4 slices of bacon
  • 1 large russet potato Blade C, noodles trimmed
  • 1/4 teaspoon paprika
  • 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
  • ¼ teaspoon onion powder
  • salt and pepper
  • 1 tablespoon of finely min?c?ed parsley to garnish


  • Place the bacon in a large skillet over medium high heat and cook until crispy on both sides, about 10 minutes. Use tongs to set aside on a paper towel lined plate. 
  • Immediately add in the potato noodles and season with paprika, garlic powder, onion powder, and season with salt and pepper. Cook, tossing frequently, until potatoes are cooked through and slightly browned, about 10 minutes.
  • Meanwhile, crumble the bacon to your preference (small like bacon bits or larger chunks.) When potatoes are done, add in the bacon and parsley, toss, and transfer to a bowl to serve.

Bacon Potato Noodle Home Fries


with love, Ali

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  • Hi Ali, Great Idea for home fries. I live by the Chesapeake Bay and our staple spice is Old Bay. Swap out the smoked Paprika for Old Bay and you are in for a treat. Go light on the Old Bay as its salty and has lots of flavor. Bob
    • I tried this recipe this morning with the Old Bay. I used a very large baking potato, 1 1/2 tsp of old bay and the rest was per the original recipe. Very tasty if i say so myself. I'd like the potato a little crispier tho. Any suggestions?? Bob
      • I'm thinking of roasting the potatoes in the oven, then add the bacon. Maybe some of the bacon drippings also. I'll let you know how it works.
  • This sounds delicious and I love Bob's suggestion about the Old Bay. My hubby is from MD and uses Old Bay on tons of stuff.
  • OM - stinking-G..... I MUST MUST MUST make these!!!! I got engaged at the Biltmore Estate. It is a beautiful place and Asheville is just gorgeous! Thanks for the new recipe to try!!!
  • OOH, i am most definitely trying this with sweet potatoes since I don't eat white potatoes.This sounds amazing!!!
  • Since uou will be awake earlier and cooking breakfast, I would love to see what you come up with for breakfast meals :) keep up the work Ali thank you gotta check out that "old bay"spice.
  • I just made it with rutabaga instead of white potatoes (husband is nightshade-sensitive), and added two eggs for a scramble. I was out of paprika so I subbed McCormick pork seasoning mix for all the spices, but the next time I go to the store I MUST get some Old Bay. That sound delicious too!
  • The other thing Asheville is famous for is its craft beer - Asheville is a great place to get into drinking good beer.
  • I can only imagine how tasty this recipe would be BUT are you not at all concerned about consuming all the bacon fat??? ~ from tryin' to eat as healthy as I can!
  • Having just made your bacon and scallion potato salad I found this recipe interesting. In making the potato salad I found using your instructions that some of the potatoes actually browned which turned out OK. In looking at this recipe the cooking instructions are only slightly different. So my suggestion is next time I cook the potato salad I will add water to the pan to keep the temp down and have more "potato salad" potatoes. Since the potato salad was so good, especially the fayonnaise I will be making this also
  • YUM.. Printed and in the "to be made" stack!
  • Mmmm home fries! My mouth is watering as we adore breakfast any time of the day. So dinner it is with home fries, tonight!
  • My kids think these look delisious, which means that's what I'm cooking for lunch! I get up at 6am to fit a work out in before the kids wake up...but somehow don't manage to get to bed before 11pm! Guess I won't be a CEO anytime soon :)
  • Now these are some good looking noodles! Definitely perfect for a delicious and flavour filled weeknight meal.. thanks for sharing the recipe, I will be recreating it.
  • I also printed the recipe and will be making it...but, I am curious about what you put into your green protein smoothies???
  • I start my day at 6 and I can't imagine having enough time to get things done in the morning if I didn't! Love the idea of kicking off the morning with spiralized home fries. Super tasty.
  • I made this for dinner for myself although I made it with caramelized onions instead of the onion powder. Very good, I will definitely make it as a side for breakfast.
  • I have been doing this with sweet potatos since getting my spiralizer. Top them with a couple of eggs, over medium and ohhhhhhhh. You can change out the herbs and spices to suit your mood. And you can mix up the root vegetables.....add a little parsnip for a bit of flavor or winter squash for a blend. It's quick, easy, and oh so fun to eat!