7 Healthy Alternatives to Potato Chips

7 Healthy Alternatives to Potato Chips

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Craving to eat a pack of chips is SO normal! Whether you are PMSing or you are just too moody and lazy to cook something, one can never eat enough those crackling, crispy and fried chips. But then, what if we tell you that you can give your taste buds a healthy twist. Bake these low-fat treats; which are lower in calories than the usual deep-fried, oily, unhealthy potato chips. Here’s a list of seven healthier and tastier alternatives to potato chips.

1. Apple Chips

Apple Chips
Apple Chips

How can apple possibly be used against potato chips? Well it, just…can! Remember when they said an apple a day keeps a doctor away. Baked apple slices are plenty crispy, and one of the simplest snacks to make at home. It even stays crunchy for a long time! Also, they come with a bonus of fiber and vitamin C, are low in saturated fats and sodium.

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2. Banana Chips

Banana Chips
Banana Chips

The good ol’ banana chips! Add some salt and try ’em. Instead of frying those, bake them. They are sweet and delicious. Also, definitely healthy for your gut, skin and body.

3. Taro Chips

Taro Chips
Taro Chips

Taro, a starchy, white-fleshed root vegetable, it has 30 per cent less fat and more fiber than its cousin, the potato. It also has a lot of vitamin E. Taro chips are very filling and they’re like the baked packet of Lays.

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4. Kale Chips

Kale Chips
Kale Chips

Even a leafy green vegetable can fill in for potato chips, if you bake it right. Packed with vitamins A and C, kale makes for a surprisingly scrumptious salted snack. You can also bake some curly kale chips as an alternative with dips, to satisfy your cheesy cravings.

5. Turnip Chips

Turnip Chips
Turnip Chips

Turnips, which look like white beets with pretty purple stems, are a great source of vitamin B6, which helps to produce serotonin, the hormone that helps us sleep and control appetite.

6. Soy Chips

Soy Chips
Soy Chips

If you want to break out of the so-called potato chip taste without having to bake them yourselves in the kitchen, store-bought soy crisps are a great alternative. They are high in Proteins.

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7. Zucchini Chips

Zucchini Chips
Zucchini Chips

Who doesn’t love Zucchini! It is healthy, great for your skin, and has a lot of protein and no fats. Go to a store and buy some of them, slice, and bake. So, get slicin’, baking, and munching on these chips, for they have a lot of goodness for your body.

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