Thinly sliced beets, parsnips, carrots, rutabagas, and more transform into just-can't-get-enough tasty snacks. All you need is your favorite root veggie and a pinch of sea salt for our chips recipe.
Nutrient-rich kale baked to perfection makes an absolutely addictive chip recipe. The crispy, chewy kale chips get a kick of heat thanks to a sprinkle of chili powder.
All you need for our just-sweet-enough fruit chips is thinly sliced apples, pears, bananas, or strawberries, plus water and lemon juice. Simply arrange the fruit on a dehydrator tray, brush with the lemon juice and water, and stick in a dehydrator.
Prep a combo of sweet potatoes and regular baking potatoes for a flavor combination that's absolutely irresistible. A light dusting of salt brings out the natural flavors of our potato chips.
Pair salty salami with the intense flavor of grainy mustard in our homeade chips-and-dip combo. Simply bake thin slices of salami in the oven, make the dip, and dig in!
Not only do our peppered kale chips have one-third the calories of regular potato chips, but they only take about a half-hour to make. Add a pinch of ground black pepper and cayenne pepper for a hint of spice.
Kale is a delicious green, and it's jam-packed with nutrients such as calcium and vitamin A. Learn how to make the crispy chips.
Transform thin slices of radish, daikon, and jicama into flavorful vegetable chips with a simple sprinkling of paprika. The delicious chips recipe tastes fantastic paired with our caramelized onion dip.
If you're craving a salty snack like your favorite potato chip, turn to our savory pita chips. With just 88 calories per serving, they're a delicious and nutritious snack alternative.
The tantalizing mix of sweet apples and spicy chipotle seasoning combines to make our incredible DIY chips. Bonus: With just three ingredients and 15 minutes of prep, the healthy snack recipe is a cinch to make.
We all know the wonder of sweet potato chips, but did you know other root vegetables also make delicious snacks? Lightly seasoned with salt and pepper, these DIY chips are a tasty addition to your recipe box.
Fans of salt-and-vinegar potato chips will love our spin on the classic snack. Crispy kale chips take on the traditional flavors beautifully in our DIY chip recipe.
Turn to a snack that has less than 100 calories the next time you're craving something salty. These homemade wonton chips are seasoned with a light sprinkling of salt and pepper, making them the perfect afternoon snack.
Dried thyme and seasoned salt amp up the flavor in our top-notch potato chips. Quick tip: Because Idaho russet potatoes have less water content than other potato varieties, they make the crispiest potato chips.