Banana Chips

117 calories     £0.20     1 hour (plus 6-8 hours to dry)

Vegetable crisps are increasingly popular due to being far healthier than typical potato crisps. This being said if you experiment with your own veggies and fruits you can make your own ‘chips’ easily and healthier. Serves 10

All you need is


1 tbsp of cinnamon (per banana)

1 tbsp of lemon (per banana)

1 tbsp of honey (per banana)

To make it just

Slice the bananas into chips 1cm thick, then place onto a tray and cover with a topping of your choice.

Cook on the lowest heat possible for an hour, check halfway through.

Once cooked leave on a plate to crispen for several hours, the longer you leave them the crisper they go.

The reviews are in

Tasty and easy-ish. These will get better with practice but for a first attempt I did cut the banana slices slightly too thin and ended up with burnt chips stuck on the tray.

I loved the cinnamon bananas best as they weren’t too soggy of soft and ended up incredibly crisp.

While these take a while to cook they’re totally worth it.

Where to buy

ASDA Tesco Sainsbury’s
Banana 0.68 0.68 0.68
Cinammon 0.07 0.85 1.00
Lemon 0.5 0.6 0.5
Honey 1.11 0.99 1.00



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