8 Delicious—And Healthy—Alternatives To Chips
I don’t know what’s going on with me, but recently I’ve been craving chips: from Doritos to normal, lightly salted, Kettle-cooked chips—I want them all. But that’s not healthy; sure, chips aren’t bad all the time, but there are healthier, and equally as tasty, options.
Plátano chips make my world go ‘round. (Also, side note: how do you say it? Plan-tin or Plan-tayne?) Whatever you call them, make this and enjoy it. Find the recipe here.
Ingredients: 1 green plantain, olive oil, salt, garlic powder, cayenne pepper, cumin, chili powder.
I know it’s only September, but I really can’t wait for fall, and what screams fall more than apple and cinnamon?! Get the recipe here.
Ingredients: gala apples, cinnamon, coconut sugar.
Why spend $5 in the supermarket if you can make them yourself? That’s my motto. Try it out.
Ingredients: pita bread, olive oil, sea salt.
When I read this, my mouth actually watered. Doesn’t it sound delicious?
Ingredients: sweet potatoes, cornstarch, olive oil, garlic powder, parmesan cheese, sea salt.
Nom nom nom, beets! So tasty and so good for your blood. Here’s the recipe.
Ingredients: beets, rosemary, olive oil, coarse salt, crushed pepper.
I think the most beautiful part of making chips at home is not being disappointed by actually buying a bag 50% full of air. Give it a go.
Ingredients: red potatoes, onion powder, dried dill weed, black pepper, cooking spray.
Ingredients: carrots, sea salt, olive oil.
Soo pretty. Give it a go.
Ingredients: purple sweet potato, coconut oil, salt.