Watch out for all the fat and sugar in banana chips. It ads up really quickly. If you made your own in a food dehydrator it wouldn't be so bad really but the ones out of the bag are loaded with stuff that's bad for you.
YES- Kale chips are my favorite! I just drizzle with EVOO and sprinkle a little salt and pepper/ garlic... they are a hit with potato chip lovers, and great to snack on while cooking.
* side note, not a date food, they always get caught in your teeth
I also love popcorn; just be wary of ingredients, a lot of them have artificial stuff. Go for plain and add your own seasonings.
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Report This| Share this:Love Potatoe Chips.....what can I eat to substitute the crunch and salt..YES- Kale chips are my favorite! I just drizzle with EVOO and sprinkle a little salt and pepper/ garlic... they are a hit with potato chip lovers, and great to snack on while cooking. <br /><br />* side note, not a date food, they always get caught in your teeth <img src="http://img.webmd.com/community/images/smile.gif" align="top" border="0"><br /><br />I also love popcorn; just be wary of ingredients, a lot of them have artificial stuff. Go for plain and add your own seasonings.
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