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Bec Hardgrave recreates famous Grill’d chips with Woolworths Macro Organic frozen chips

Fitness coach recreates the famous Grill’d chips with five ingredients – and she insists they taste EXACTLY the same as the original

  • A fitness coach has created a ‘low-calorie’ version of the famous Grill’d chips
  • Bec Hardgrave, from Brisbane, made fries with five store-bought ingredients
  • The 25-year-old claimed she got the recipe for the spice mix from a Grill’d . employee
  • She insisted that the homemade version “tastes exactly the same” as the original


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A fitness coach has recreated a “low-calorie” version of the famous Grill’d chips — and she insisted they “taste exactly the same.”

Bec Hardgrave, of Brisbane, made the fries with Woolworths’ Macro Organic frozen straight cut fries, rosemary, oregano, thyme and flake salt.

The 25-year-old claimed she got the recipe for the spice mix from a Grill’d employee.

Her version has just 146 calories, while the hamburger chain’s thick-cut potato chips sprinkled with a spice mix have 580 calories (2430kJ).

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Bec Hardgrave, from Brisbane, has created a 'low-calorie' version of the famous Grill'd chips - and she insisted they 'taste exactly the same'

Bec Hardgrave, from Brisbane, has created a 'low-calorie' version of the famous Grill'd chips - and she insisted they 'taste exactly the same'

Bec Hardgrave, from Brisbane, has created a 'low-calorie' version of the famous Grill'd chips - and she insisted they 'taste exactly the same'

Bec Hardgrave, from Brisbane, has created a ‘low-calorie’ version of the famous Grill’d chips – and she insisted they ‘taste exactly the same’

Ingredients to make the famous Grill’d chips

150g Macro Organic Frozen Straight Cut French Fries from Woolworths

1 tsp salt flakes

Squeeze rosemary

squeeze oregano

Pinch thyme

To make the fries, she baked them at 180 degrees for 15 minutes, or until they’re “crispy, golden and delicious.”

Meanwhile, she created the herbal blend by mixing the ingredients together. When the fries are done, she just sprinkles the spice mix over them.

“Did you know that the Grill’s famous chips have more than 550 calories for a regular?” Bec said in her now-viral TikTok video.

‘Get these fries, and make this spice blend. It’s rosemary, thyme, oregano and flakes of salt. It tastes exactly like the famous Grill’d chips. These are absolutely unreal and so quick and super easy to make. yum. This whole serving was only 146 calories.”

Bec said Woolworths’ frozen chips have the lowest calories and minimal ingredients.

“Sometimes I don’t feel like slicing potatoes, so I decided to look for the frozen version … and this was it,” she said.

The famous Grill's chips sprinkled with a spice mix contain 580 calories (2430kJ)

The famous Grill's chips sprinkled with a spice mix contain 580 calories (2430kJ)

The famous Grill’s chips sprinkled with a spice mix contain 580 calories (2430kJ)

She made the fries with Woolworths' Macro Organic frozen straight cut fries

She made the fries with Woolworths' Macro Organic frozen straight cut fries

The spice mix contained rosemary, oregano, thyme and flake salt

The spice mix contained rosemary, oregano, thyme and flake salt

She made the fries using Woolworths’ Macro Organic frozen straight cut fries, rosemary, oregano, thyme and flakes of salt

She created the herbal blend by mixing the ingredients together.  When the fries are ready, she just sprinkles the spice mix over it

She created the herbal blend by mixing the ingredients together.  When the fries are ready, she just sprinkles the spice mix over it

To make the fries, she baked them at 180 degrees for 15 minutes, or until they are 'crispy, golden brown and delicious'

To make the fries, she baked them at 180 degrees for 15 minutes, or until they are 'crispy, golden brown and delicious'

To make the fries, she baked them at 180 degrees for 15 minutes, or until they’re “crispy, golden and delicious.” Meanwhile, she created the herbal blend by mixing the ingredients together. When the fries are ready, she just sprinkles the spice mix over it

Her video has since been viewed more than 130,000 times.

An ex-Grill’d employee says, “I can tell you that the chips are only seasoned with rosemary and sea salt. You can certainly make them better at home.”

While another employee claimed, “The blend I use at Grill’d also contains sage.”

Many said they couldn’t wait to recreate the fries at home, and one woman said, “These look to die for.”

While someone added: ‘Oh wow! I can’t wait to try this.’

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