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The Most Popular Sides on the Wingstop Menu

Although many people may consider wings as a side dish, they are the star of the show at Wingstop. But every star needs a supporting cast, and that’s where the Wingstop sides come in.

Wingstop offers a variety of side dishes, including Louisiana Voodoo Fries, Cajun Fried Corn, Seasoned Fried, Cheese Fries, Buffalo Ranch Fries, and Veggie Sticks.

These side dishes are delicious on their own and make the perfect accompaniment to your meal.

Let me introduce you to the 6 best Wingstop sides, ranked from good to exceptional.

6. Veggie Sticks

You may have heard people saying that you need to incorporate more vegetables into your daily meals.

If you feel guilty about eating too much fried food, you can lessen your guilt by ordering Veggie Sticks.

Basically, the Veggie Sticks are fresh-cut carrots and celery sticks.

I know that you can get these vegetables at the grocery store, but their dip makes Wingstop’s Veggie Sticks so special.

All their sauces instantly make these sticks even more delicious than usual.

Plus, if you are throwing a party on short notice, you can skip the grocery store and order these Veggie Sticks instead.

Depending on your preference, you can choose a mix of carrot and celery sticks, carrots, or celery sticks.

These nutritious vegetables are also great for kids.

Nutritional Information (5 Sticks):

Carrot: 27 calories, 1g protein, 3g carbohydrates, 0g fat

Celery: 9 calories, 1g protein, 0.5g carbohydrates, 0g fat

5. Buffalo Ranch Fries

If you are a Buffalo sauce lover, you must try Wingstop’s Buffalo Ranch Fries.

Combining the original seasoned fries with ranch dressing and Original Hot Sauce makes these fries nothing short of delightful.

The combination of the mild yet flavorful ranch and hot sauce creates a unique flavor that will tantalize your taste buds.

If you are worried that the Original Hot Sauce may be too hot for you, you should know that the sauce only scores level 3 out of Wingstop’s 5-level hotness scale.

That means these fries have a nice kick to them, but they are not overwhelming.

In fact, this sauce is one of the most popular options on the Wingstop menu.

And if you still have doubts, I recommend a large drink to cool your palate.

Nutritional Information (Regular):

612 calories, 8g protein, 71g carbohydrates, 32g fat

4. Seasoned Fries

The Seasoned Fries are a popular dish served on the Wingstop sides menu.

These thick-cut steak fries are fried in vegetable oil and hand-seasoned with a unique blend of savory spices that give them their signature taste.

The blend includes salt, black pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, paprika, oregano, parsley, and chili flakes.

All these ingredients have been carefully selected and ratioed to give maximum flavor without overpowering your taste buds.

Wingstop’s Seasoned Fries are deliciously crunchy on the outside while retaining just enough softness inside for a lovely texture.

Although these fries are full of flavor, they are still kid-friendly.

Whether you opt for Wingstop’s wide selection of dipping sauces or go with regular ketchup, these fries are sure to be a hit with the whole family.

Nutritional Information (Regular):

495 calories, 9g protein, 75g carbohydrates, 27g fat

3. Cheese Fries

The Cheese Fries from Wingstop is the next-level goodness.

They’re made with thick-cut fries topped with melted jalapeno cheddar cheese sauce to create an irresistible spicy flavor.

The cheese sauce is made with real jalapeno peppers, cheddar cheese, and a secret blend of spices to get the perfect balance of creaminess and heat.

If you’re looking for something unique on Wingstop’s menu that will tantalize your taste buds, this is it.

Even though I would love to throw some bacon chunks or chili onto these delicious tries, I have found the best solution.

Instead of bacon, order some boneless wings in Louisiana Rub flavor.

The combination of the spicy fries and Louisiana Rub wings is out of this world.

I also love pairing these fries with Hawaiian-flavored wings for a spicy and sweet duo.

Nutritional Information (Regular):

577 calories, 9g protein, 75g carbohydrates, 27g fat

2. Cajun Fried Corn

When you chow down on some wings smothered with a wet sauce, you may as well order some Cajun Fried Corn to complete the whole finger-food fest.

If you are wondering what is so special about these cobs, you just have to try them to find out.

These cobs are steamed to perfection so that all the sweetness remains within the cob.

They are then evenly coated with fry seasoning and Wingstop’s signature Cajun seasoning.

When everything combines, the result is nothing short of spectacular.

As a corn lover, I can’t tell you how much I want to have these scrumptious cobs every day.

And depending on whether you are planning to hoard these cobs to yourself or share, you can order a regular size (5 pieces) or a large size (10 pieces).

Nutritional Information (Regular):

202 calories, 6g protein, 24g carbohydrates, 9g fat

1. Louisiana Voodoo Fries

The Louisiana Voodoo Fries has fast become a fan favorite at Wingstop.

By combining fresh Idaho potatoes with their Cajun seasoning, Wingstop made these fresh-cut fries come out golden brown and full of flavor.

But that is not all.

The ranch dressing and cheese sauce are smothered over these fries, and this is when the magic happens.

These two sauces combine to create an indulgent creamy concoction that melts into the hot fries.

If you love cheesy fries, then you will love this cheesy rendition.

Nutritional Information (Regular):

684 calories, 38g protein, 75g carbohydrates, 38g fat


As you can see, Wingstop serves wings and side dishes that are equally delicious.

From savory fries to creamy dips and fresh vegetables, the items on the Wingstop sides menu pair perfectly with their wings and chicken sandwiches.

Whether you are looking to have a quick bite or host a game night, these tasty sides on the Wingstop menu will surely please everyone.

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About the Author

Lianne Fachetti is a content writer who adores food from all cultures. When she’s not working, she’s busy creating new recipes, trying out new restaurants, playing with her German Shepherd Max, and tending to her vegetable garden.


February 6, 2023