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Healthy Snack Chips Made From Pasta

Healthy Snack Chips Made From Pasta

Calories add up fast when snacking unless you're eating air-popped popcorn. It's hard to avoid all the hidden waist killers like hydrogenated oils, fructose corn syrups, and saturated fats. Pasta Chips are a welcome relief in the vast wasteland of empty calories. They're made with cholesterol-free high protein semolina wheat...the stuff that pasta is made from. More similar in texture to crackers, these thin, crisp, oven baked squares of pasta dough have 60% less fat than potato chips yet are rich in flavor. The Inspiration

An idea born while on vacation in the hills of Tuscany at a small authentic Osteria, Pasta Chips founder Jerry Bello was hooked after being served fresh pasta dough drizzled with olive oil topped with sea salt. "Everything was gently baked. I was in love. As soon as I tasted this unique chip, my mission became clear...to share this flavor experience with as many people as possible".

The Flavors

About the size of ravioli complete with outer ridges, each of Pasta Chips' 5 flavors is inspired either by a sauce or a specific region/city in Italy. Spicy Tomato Herb evokes the savory marinaras of Calabria while Mediterranean Sea Salt gives a nod to Puglia, home to Europe's largest salt flat. As soon as you open the handy resealable zip top bag, you immediately get the unmistakable aroma of semolina flour. No doubts remain after biting into them that you've departed the familiar territory of corn and potato based chips. Don't be alarmed if you get the sudden urge to dip these chips into a bowl of your favorite pasta sauce.

Photo courtesy of Pasta Chips. Coverage made possible by participating in a sponsored tasting


Your New Fav Snack: Air Fryer Bow Tie Pasta Chips

My newest book, Vegan Cooking for Your Air Fryer, was released this week and I’m thrilled. If you don’t have an air fryer yet check out my post about different air fryers and their accessories here.

See all the air fry recipes that I have on the blog here, or buy my new cookbook, Vegan Cooking in Your Air Fryer to get even more recipes.


Beyond Kale: 7 More Chips Made from Leafy Greens

Are you as addicted to crispy, crackly kale chips as we are? Well, you don’t have to stop there. Just about any leafy green can be turned into an easy and, oh yes, healthy snack.

To make chips from other greens, just follow your favorite procedure for kale chips, or see our recipes. Some leaves are more delicate than kale, so you might want to bake them for less time. Keep a close eye (and nose) on the oven to prevent over-browning.

Want to see it done? Check out these yummy examples:

Beet Greens – Crispy Beet Green Chips are especially pretty and delicate (Barefoot Kitchen Witch)

Bok Choy – We like using baby bok choy to make Bok Choy Chips (Living Mostly Meatless)

Broccoli Greens – Broccoli Leaf Chips are crunchy and sweet, with an occasional hit of broccoli-esque bitter (The Kitchn)

Brussels Sprouts – Crispy Brussels Sprouts Chips make a great last-minute appetizer (The Kitchn)

Chard – Spicy Swiss Chard Chips are delicious seasoned with garlic and chile (Family Spice)

Collard Greens – Collard Chips are a crispy, healthy twist on an old Southern favorite (Inspired RD)

Mustard Greens – The natural spiciness of the greens is mellowed out with Mustard Greens Chips (The Refined Chef)


Method Prep: 10 min › Cook: 10 min › Extra time: 10 min cooling › Ready in: 30 min

  1. Preheat the oven to 180 C / Gas 4. Spray a baking tray with Frylite®.
  2. Bring a pan of slightly salted water to the boil.
  3. Drop a lasagne sheet into the pan and leave for 2 minutes.
  4. After the 2 minutes, take the sheet out and cut into squares.
  5. Lay the squares on the baking tray. Repeat for the remaining 2 lasagne sheets.
  6. Once all of the squares are on the baking tray, spray the tops of them with Frylite® and sprinkle on whatever seasoning you fancy.
  7. Pop the baking tray into the oven (middle shelf) for 10 minutes (keep checking them as sometimes they go a bit too crisp).
  8. Remove the squares from the tray and allow to cool.

Using more lasagne sheets (obviously) means more crisps. One baking sheet seems to hold 3 lasagne sheets nicely and makes about a packets worth of crisps.


Snack On: The 10 Best Healthy Chips to Try in 2021

Salty. Crunchy. Nostalgic. Oh so dip-worthy. The time-honored slogan still rings true: Once you pop, you can’t stop.

Chips are the classic snack. From potato to tortilla, they’re the perfect party snack, salsa-dipping tool, or Netflix-on-the-couch nosh.

And we love them. In fact, potato chips have been deemed “America’s pandemic snack,” and we’re not gonna argue with that.

But while potato chips have the nostalgia and the satisfying snack factor, they can also come with not-so-great ingredients. We’re talking loads of sodium, fat, added sugar, artificial colors, or GMOs aplenty.

Luckily, healthy chips and healthy alternatives to chips are readily available and more common than ever. (And still delicious. We promise.)

These chips are made with nutritious ingredients and without any of the usual additives. You’ll find a chip to fit every kind of diet, and these yummy snacks come packed with bonus benefits like fiber, protein, antioxidants, vitamins, and even probiotics.

So, if you’re feeling snacky but looking for some better-for-you chip options, we’ve got you covered. Here are our picks for the best healthy chips to try now.

  • Potato chips (including blue or sweet potato)
  • Tortilla chips
  • Vegetable chips
  • Kale chips
  • Beef chips
  • Vegan cracklins
  • Coconut chips
  • Lentil chips
  • Flavor: Healthy chips are great, but they had to taste good to make this list.
  • Sodium: The average sodium content for the chips on this list is 150 milligrams per serving.
  • Fat: These chips are made with healthier fats, such as avocado oil or coconut oil.
  • Added benefits: These chips are loaded with protein, fiber, vitamins, antioxidants, or even probiotics.
  • Ingredients: You’ll find organic and/or non-GMO ingredients with no added preservatives or artificial flavors.

Pricing guide

  • $ = under $1 per ounce
  • $ = $1–$2 per ounce
  • $$ = over $2 per ounce

Bare Sea Salt Beet Chips

Bare Snacks has a pretty great motto: “The less you add, the more you actually taste.” We couldn’t have said it better ourselves.

And Bare concentrates on just that, offering a variety of fruit and veggie chips that are baked (not fried) and free of artificial ingredients.

Take their Sea Salt Beet Chips, for example. These chips literally contain the ingredients in the name and nothing else.

Two-ingredient Bare beet chips are packed with fiber, protein, and potassium and are gluten-free, fat-free, and vegan. Plus, you won’t find any preservatives, oil, or added sugar in sight. The only downside: These chips have the highest sodium content on this list.

Try dipping these crunchy beet chips into fresh tzatziki or a Greek yogurt dip for a healthy, satisfying snack.

Nutrition per serving:

  • Calories: 140
  • Carbs: 29 grams
  • Protein: 4 grams
  • Fat: 0 grams
  • Fiber: 8 grams
  • Sodium: 260 milligrams
  • Added sugar: 0 grams

Jackson’s Honest Sweet Potato Chips

There’s nothing quite like a sweet potato chip. Talk about the perfect combination of sweet and salty flavor.

But not all sweet potato chips are created equally. If you’re craving them, reach for a bag of Jackson’s Honest.

These non-GMO chips go easy on the sodium and are made with three simple ingredients: sweet potatoes, organic coconut oil, and salt.

The founders of Jackson’s Honest created their healthy chips after their son, Jackson, was diagnosed with a rare autoimmune disease. Their chips are cooked “low and slow,” using low temperature frying techniques that take 10 times as long as frying regular potato chips.

The end result is worth it, though: a delicious and perfectly crunchy potato chip that retains most of its nutritional benefits.

Nutrition per serving:

  • Calories: 150
  • Carbs: 18 grams
  • Protein: 1 gram
  • Fat: 9 grams
  • Fiber: 3 grams
  • Sodium: 150 milligrams
  • Added sugar: 0 grams

Kalahari Crisps Air Dried Beef Chips

You heard right: Kalahari Crisps are new to the market (as of July 1st, 2020), and they’re the perfect healthy chip for anyone following a keto or low carb diet (or anyone who just wants a delicious, protein-packed snack, TBH).

It would be hard to find the protein content of this snack — 20 grams per serving! — in another chip. These crispy chips are made with just a few simple ingredients, including beef, salt, vinegar, and spices.

Available in three flavors (Original, Rosemary Citrus, and Southwest Verde), these healthy, high protein chips are gluten-, soy-, and sugar-free.

Nutrition per serving:

  • Calories: 100
  • Carbs: 0 grams
  • Protein: 20 grams
  • Fat: 2 grams
  • Fiber: 0 grams
  • Sodium: 700 milligrams
  • Added sugar: 0 grams

Beanfields Vegan Cracklins

What’s cracklin’? These plant-based cracklins, that’s what.

Beanfields Vegan Cracklins are a healthier spin on their classic pork-based counterparts — which are typically super high in fat, sodium, and calories.

Surprisingly, Beanfields’ vegan version is honestly just as tasty too. Made with beans, cassava flour, and chickpea protein, the vegan cracklins come in flavorful varieties like ranch, aged white cheddar, Korean BBQ, and spicy nacho.

Psst… They’re gluten-free, grain-free, allergen-free, and kosher too.

Nutrition per serving:

  • Calories: 130
  • Carbs: 14 grams
  • Protein: 4 grams
  • Fat: 8 grams
  • Fiber: 3 grams
  • Sodium: 190 milligrams
  • Added sugar: 0 grams

Terra Exotic Harvest

What’s orange, yellow, and blue all over? Terra’s Exotic Harvest chips.

These colorful chips are made from blue potatoes, kabocha (Japanese pumpkin), and carrots to create a savory and slightly sweet snack.

Non-GMO Project verified, gluten-free, vegan, and kosher, Exotic Harvest chips contain no cholesterol, trans fat, or artificial flavors or preservatives.

Plus, they make a darn pretty (and so easy) snack paired with dip when you’re hosting a last-minute get-together.

Nutrition per serving:

  • Calories: 130
  • Carbs: 16 grams
  • Protein: 2 grams
  • Fat: 6 grams
  • Fiber: 3 grams
  • Sodium: 160 milligrams
  • Added sugar: 0 grams

Farmhouse Culture Kraut Krisps

Move over, tortilla chips. We’re going to throw something new at ya. Hear us out: cabbage chips.

Well, probiotic pros Farmhouse Culture did. Their Kraut Krisps are the only cabbage chips on the market, made with sauerkraut and a few simple ingredients (whole-grain corn masa and brown rice flour serve as the main players).

Available in three flavors (Sea Salt, Dill Pickle, and Chili Lime), Kraut Krisps taste like tortilla chips with an irresistible savory, salty, and fermented flavor. It doesn’t hurt that they’re also organic, gluten-free, vegan, and non-GMO and contain no added sugars or artificial ingredients.

Nutrition per serving:

  • Calories: 140
  • Carbs: 17 grams
  • Protein: 2 grams
  • Fat: 7 grams
  • Fiber: 1 gram
  • Sodium: 170 milligrams
  • Added sugar: 0 grams

Good Health Inc. Kettle Style Avocado Oil Potato Chips

Sometimes, you just want a potato chip. Not a kale chip. Not a carrot chip. Not a quinoa-lentil-black-bean-flaxseed chip. An honest, crunchy, delicious potato chip.

Good Health Inc.’s kettle-style potato chips are where it’s at. The perfect sandwich companion, these chips are made with just three ingredients (potatoes, avocado oil, and salt) and contain surprisingly little sodium (the lowest on this list) for the amount of flavor they pack.

Bonus points: These chips are gluten-free, non-GMO Project verified, trans fat-free, and made with no artificial ingredients or colors.

Nutrition per serving:

  • Calories: 140
  • Carbs: 18 grams
  • Protein: 2 grams
  • Fat: 7 grams
  • Fiber: 1 gram
  • Sodium: 45 milligrams
  • Added sugar: 0 grams

Rhythm Superfoods Kale Chips

Kale chips might be pretty low on your list of favorite kinds of chip. But if you’re eating Rhythm Superfoods’ version, they won’t be.

Rhythm’s kale chips are crunchy and packed with flavor in every crevice. In addition to Original, they’re available in flavors such as Mango Habanero, Kool Ranch, and Zesty Nacho.

These chips are dried, not fried, and are certified organic, gluten-free, vegan, and non-GMO.

They’re the only chips on the list with added sugar, but it’s minimal at just 1 gram. They’re also a great source of vitamins A and K, providing 25 percent and 110 percent of the daily recommended values, respectively.

Nutrition per serving:

  • Calories: 130
  • Carbs: 8 grams
  • Protein: 5 grams
  • Fat: 9 grams
  • Fiber: 3 grams
  • Sodium: 240 milligrams
  • Added sugar: 1 gram

Dang Coconut Chips

Dang, these chips are good.

Dang’s coconut chips are made with only whole ingredients and are keto- and paleo-friendly, non-GMO, gluten-free, and 100 percent plant-based.

These chips are higher in fat and calories than others on this list, but they’re also high in fiber and low in sodium.

Dang satisfies any snack mood you’re in, offering both sweet and savory varieties. Choose from Original, Lightly Salted, Tropical Mango, Caramel Sea Salt, and Chocolate Sea Salt.

Nutrition per serving (Lightly Salted):

  • Calories: 200
  • Carbs: 11 grams
  • Protein: 2 grams
  • Fat: 17 grams
  • Fiber: 6 grams
  • Sodium: 110 milligrams
  • Added sugar: 0 grams

Simply 7 Lentil Chips

Simply 7 keeps things sweet and simple. Their tasty lentil chips are made with minimal ingredients and are non-GMO, certified gluten-free, vegan, kosher, and nut-free.

We love the crunch factor these chips bring, and they’re perfect for pairing with hummus.

Sea Salt is a great go-to, but their other flavors — Jalapeño, Creamy Dill, and Fiery Pepper — are great ways to spice things up. If lentils aren’t quite your thing, their quinoa chips might pique your interest.


30 Healthy Non-Perishable Snacks to Keep Stocked in Your Pantry

These options are simple, delicious, and perfect for on the go.

A big part of sticking with your healthy lifestyle habits is creating convenience when it comes to snacking. While many non-perishable snacks are filled with excessive sodium and poor ingredients, food manufacturers have seriously been stepping up their game and now offer tasty and healthy options. (Note: Non-perishable doesn't mean the item will last forever, it does mean it has a longer shelf life and doesn't require refrigeration to be fresh). The list below features chips, popcorn, and other beloved treats that will leave you feeling totally satisfied.

Bare boasts a variety of snacks that are made with simple ingredients, are baked (never fried), and contain no preservatives. Our favorite is the cinnamon variety which is simply real apples and cinnamon baked into deliciously crunchy chips​.

CVS is stocked with tons of pantry-stocking essentials for under $3. We love their Gold Emblem Abound Line that is free from artificial preservatives, flavors, sweeteners, and colors. These free-dried fruit crisps are solely made from strawberries.

Saffron Road makes incredible crunchy chickpeas, but this falafel flavor takes it up a notch. Made with organic ingredients, this variety incorporates exotic spices and is the perfect healthy snack to munch on.

If you're looking for a bit more heat, try the bombay spice crunchy chickpeas. They have an awesome flavor that makes these good on their own, or mixed in a salad.

With the perfect kick of Sriracha, these roasted chickpeas are a delicious and filling snack option.

Boom Chicka Pop is a favorite of ours, and this particular kettle corn variety has the perfect balance of sweet and salty. Made with simple and real ingredients, popcorn in general is a great staple to stock up on in your pantry to help you get your whole grains.

These new breakfast probiotics bars from KIND are gluten-free and made with five super grains. We love the orange cranberry flavor and find them to be a great mini-snack option.

These quinoa and rice cakes have 12 grams of whole grains per serving. The white cheddar flavor is delicious and these bites are naturally gluten-free.

Oatmeal cups can come in handy as a snack or meal option, and these superfood oats from Purely Elizabeth are low in added sugar, and contain quite a bit of fiber and protein.

These light and crunchy puffs are the go-to snack right now. Made from chickpeas, these puffs are a good source of fiber and are a great vegan option.

Portion-controlled snacks are key when it comes to pantry items. These Emerald cocoa roasted almond packs feature a sweet chocolate taste with only 1g of added sugar.

These cashews feature a hot chili, garlic, and vinegar flavor that make for a fiery kick.

This high-protein vegan food is certified non-GMO and heart-healthy. Have them on their own or add them to a salad for a plant-based protein boost.

These light, crunchy, and flavorful stackers are made with fresh milled organic brown rice. They make the perfect base for hummus, guacamole, or even peanut butter.

This rice is made from lentils, chickpeas, and ancient grains. Each serving of RightRice has 2x the protein, 5x the fiber, and almost 25% less net carbs than white rice. The perfect shelf-stable option for a snack or side dish.

If you're gluten-free, snacks can be limiting. ALDI's line of liveGfree offers incredible gluten-free items at an affordable price-point. Their rosemary and olive-oil multiseed snack crackers are delicious and pair well with just about anything.

Terra chips are made from real vegetables, making them a major upgrade from the other types of chips we're used to. Sweet potato is a popular option, but Terra also has plantain and blue potato chips.


Quick and Healthy Snack Bites

These delicious no-bake Energy Balls are loaded with nutrition to keep you powered up and energized – filled with lots of whole grains, fiber and protein! They’re quick and easy to make, and freezable, too! A healthy snack your family will love, and you’ll feel absolutely terrific about giving them!

This Recipe Is: Ready in 30 Minutes or Less Freezable Make Ahead Vegetarian

Welcome to Two Healthy Kitchens and our very first post! We’re thrilled you stopped by!

We had to choose just one recipe to kick off our blog, so here is the story of how we found our yummy little hero:

Once upon a time, in a land not-so-far-away, there were two beautiful princesses (sorry, got carried away there) … we were chatting about our kids’ hectic schedules, and we came to a realization. … The weak link in our families’ otherwise nutritious lives was the grab-and-go snack – hands down!

We had always tried to be really diligent about providing super-healthy meals, but somehow the wheels totally fell off at snack time.

Oh sure, we had the best intentions. But, as the kids came home from school and the whirlwind of homework and afternoon activities began, we often found ourselves reaching for those convenient (and maybe not-so-healthy) snacks.

We knew there had to be a better way!

We scoured cookbooks and the Internet looking for fun and healthy ideas. We tested, tasted, retested, retasted … you get the idea.

And finally we found a winner! (aaaaahhhhhhh – picture a choir of angels singing here)

Actually, we found lots of winners (some were even hiding in our own recipe collections!), and we can’t wait to tell you all about them!

This recipe, however, quickly found its way into our hearts (and our tummies, again … and again …)! We just knew that this HAD to be the first post – it’s so yummy, so nutritious, so quick, and so easy!

We adapted our recipe from Maggie at Smashed Peas and Carrots, and you can find her original recipe here.

While we absolutely loved her recipe, we wondered if we could amp up the nutrition without losing any of the flavor … ’cause that’s just how we roll.

We concocted about 8 or 10 different variations (yeah, we’ve been eating A LOT of these!) before finding the perfect balance. In our version, we swapped in wheat germ for some of the flax, which allowed us to keep a decent amount of the beneficial omega-3 fatty acids, while reducing the calories and total fat a bit, and increasing the Vitamin E and folic acid a smidge. We also reduced the chocolate chips (less sugar), and used crunchy peanut butter (for, well, some added crunch).

Taste-testers in our homes couldn’t tell the difference!

Our families are even content to have these tasty nuggets of joy for dessert!

You can feel good about handing these over to your kids (if you don’t eat them all yourself!) for a quick snack as you dash out the door. With all the whole grain, fiber and protein packed into these little gems, you can be sure this snack will stick to their ribs and give them the power they need!

So, without further ado, here is the delicious little ball that started it all – the superstar that helped us launch our Two Healthy Kitchens blog. We hope you enjoy our very first recipe as much as we do. And, we hope you’ll be back to THK again soon!

Begin by adding all ingredients (hold off on the chocolate chips – for now) into a medium bowl.

See that open bottle of vanilla behind the bowl? Yeah … you’re gonna want to close that bad boy up right away. It spills. And it stains clean white countertops. Trust us on this one, friends. It happened seconds after this picture was taken.

Remember those bottles of colored sand you used to make at carnivals? This totally reminded us of that … but this one tastes way better! Not that we ever tasted the sand … we’re just guessing …

See how it’s all mixed together? Now you can add in the chocolate chips and give it another quick stir.

Ideally, you would shape the mixture into little balls and then lovingly share them with your family. But seriously, who are we kidding? Just grab a spoon – we won’t judge!


Over 100 Healthy Gluten Free Snack Recipes

Since most of these recipes don’t require any special ingredients, these easy gluten free snacks are perfect for everyone. Gluten free doesn’t have to be difficult, and it can be healthy, even when you are trying to satisfy that hunger that pops up in between meals. Most of these snack recipes are kid-friendly too. So they are perfect to pack in lunchboxes or to give the kids as an after school snack.

When you are buying prepackaged snacks, you have to make sure you are reading all of the labels to ensure that you are not buying foods with gluten, because it can be sneaky.

When you make your own snacks, you have much better control over what’s going into them. Of course, you’ll have to take a look at the ingredients for what you are putting in your recipes. But when you start with basic gluten free food like fruit, vegetables, plain yogurt, peanut butter, and other whole foods, the chance of finding hidden sources of gluten is much lower.

What are some gluten free snack ideas?

  • Energy barsandgranola bars – when you combine ingredients like dried fruit, gluten free oats, nut or seed butters, and other favorite mix-ins like chocolate chips, nuts, and superfoods such as chia seeds or flax seeds, you get easy, portable snacks that are always a hit.
  • Puddings and parfaits – layers of healthy pudding hacks, yogurt, fruit, granola, or whatever else you want to pile in there make these customizable to what everyone loves.
  • Gluten free baked goods – once you get started with some simple recipes, you’ll see gluten free baking isn’t that scary. And things like muffins, breakfast bars, snack cakes, and healthy cookies aren’t just for breakfast or dessert. When you pack them with wholesome ingredients, they even make satisfying snacks.
  • Crackers and chips – classic crackers with a gluten free twist, or made from things like cheese and veggies and even gluten free bagels, these are the recipes you need when you are craving something crunchy or salty.
  • Sweet or savory energy balls and snack bites – wholesome ingredients can be combined to make fun finger food, whether sweet or savory.
  • Sweet dips for fruit – sweet yogurt dips and sneaky flourless cookie dough or dessert hummus dips make fresh fruit taste even better.
  • Savory dips for veggies or chips – hummus and bean dips, Greek yogurt dip recipes, and healthier alternatives to the dips and dressings from the store are perfect for dunking veggies and even some of those chips and crackers from the recipes in this collection.
  • Snack mix recipes – trail mix, snack mixes, flavored nuts, seasoned popcorn and more are the perfect thing for snacking by the handful.
  • Fruit and vegetable snacks – of course, fruits and veggies are naturally gluten free snacks, but they are even better when you dress them up in fruit salads, veggie bites, apple nachos, and other fun snacks.

Tostitos Strips Tortilla Chips

Next time you host a party and want to serve salsa, think twice about what kind of tortilla chips you use to scoop your dip. If you ignore the nutrition label, you'll feel shocked to learn that only 11 of these tiny tortilla strips pack in a solid amount of fat and calories. If you want to go to town on your favorite dip, opt to choose a chip with less fat to truly let the salsa shine.


Chips recipes

Try a new twist on everyone's favourite comfort food, like our halloumi fries. Or, tuck into classic dishes like fish & chips, steak & chips or cheesy chips.

Best ever oven chips

Make your own crispy, golden oven chips and save yourself some money. They're also much easier to cook than their fried counterparts

Chunky oven chips

Gordon Ramsay makes healthy and tasty chunky chips - without deep-frying

Salt & pepper chips

Peel and cut potatoes into chunky chips or wedges, then sprinkle over our salt & pepper seasoning for a flavour-packed side dish or snack

Halloumi fries

Crisp and slightly salty shallow-fried halloumi fries make perfect party food. Great with a sprinkling of za'atar and a spicy yogurt for dipping

Cheesy chips

A real guilty pleasure, these Parmesan-topped French fries with a creamy cheese, mustard and chive dip will feed a crowd in fine fashion

Cheeseburger & chips

Homemade burgers and chips beat shop-bought every time. Why not make double and freeze a batch?

Vegan bean chilli fries

Treat family and friends to Mexican-inspired loaded fries. This plant-based dish is great for entertaining, whether for a movie night or party

Greek loaded fries

Bake some budget-friendly frozen fries and pile them high with a moreish Greek-inspired topping of feta, olives, tomatoes and cucumber. Great for sharing

Steak & chips pie

Combine steak, chips, red wine gravy and wild mushrooms, then wrap it all up in a pie crust to enjoy one of the best mash-ups we’ve ever come up with

French fries

Perfect French fries with our easy recipe – you'll end up with lightly golden, crisp fries. They're great as a snack or side dish to a Friday night feast

Onion bhaji fish & chips

Combine the nation’s two favourite takeaways - fish & chips and Indian food - and the result is irresistible. Great for casual entertaining

Layered chips

For sophisticated party food, transform a humble plate of chips by thinly slicing the potato and layering it in strips. Enjoy with your choice of sauce or dip