Given that Tater Tot is a registered trademark of the Ore-Ida company, you’ll probably see all manner of names for these short little barrels of shredded and formed potatoes. Kroger’s own name? Tater Bites!
Unlike the frozen fry space, I find there’s little differentiation in the tater-tot market. These are as good as any I’ve tried. No better, no worse. If we ever come across something exceptional or terrible you’ll be the first to hear!
If you’re a Kroger/Smith’s shopper and in the market for some tater-rounds – these are worth a look in. Frankly, pricing is the major difference for us.
Kroger Tater Bites cooking, ingredients, nutrition
The packaging recommends oven baking for these tater nuggets. Check out our sister site for some air frying advice. These cook up in half the time with a lot more crisp and crunch!
Are Kroger Tater Bites any good?
These are an absolutely fine product. Our verditc
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