Probably one of the most addicting snacks, that we all grew up eating are chips. Who doesn’t love munching on the crunchy and salty goodness of a delicious chip?
After the instant gratification wears off you’re usually left with the guilt of consuming such an unhealthy snack. The typical chip is heavy, saturated in oil, loaded with salt and high in calories so you’ll love these oil-free chips.
High oil content will leave you feeling heavy or weighed down but there these oil-free chips are a better option to satisfy your crunchy cravings.
Thank goodness for the baked or microwaved chip. This recipe is not only lighter and healthier but incredibly tasty too. These chips allow you to taste the actual natural earthy flavor of the chip without all the additives.
This recipe technique works great with sweet potatoes, yams, and tortillas.
If you’re looking for some great dips or salsas to serve with it, I have several recipes on the site that will make perfect accompaniments:
- Mango Salsa and Chips,
- Healthy Onion Dip,
- Black Bean Salsa & Chips,
- Mexican Salad,
- Chili Cheese Dip and More…
These oil-free chips are so good they can be shared with the entire family. Serve them at parties, appetizers for holidays or just as perfect snacks for you and the kids. These chips are so tasty you can make them during football season with an assortment of dips and the guys will go crazy.
Get creative with your toppings and seasonings. I recommend nice organic seasonings that can really change up the way your chips taste. Spicier toppings pair well with the corn chips and smokier, robust flavors for the potato chips.
You can literally create flavors from around the world without using too much salt or artificial ingredients. Experiment with Mediterranean, Asian, Provencal and Indian combinations.
These chips will soon become your guilt-free “go to” snack.
For easy chips, try these microwavable chip makers. (affiliate link)
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