There are eight healthier alternatives to potato chips

Kale Chips - Kale leaves drizzled with a bit of olive oil and a sprinkle of salt, then baked until crisp. They’re rich in vitamins A, C, and K. 

Apple Chips - Thinly sliced apples baked until crispy. These are naturally sweet and a good source of fiber. 

Carrot Chips - Thinly sliced carrots, baked or dehydrated. They make a crunchy, low-calorie snack that's high in vitamin A and beta-carotene. 

Sweet Potato Chips - Sliced sweet potatoes, lightly coated with olive oil and sea salt, then baked. They offer more fiber and vitamins than regular potato chips. 

Zucchini Chips - Thinly sliced zucchini brushed with olive oil and lightly seasoned, then baked until crispy. A low-calorie option that’s also a good source of Vitamin A and C. 

Beet Chips - Thinly sliced beets, baked or dehydrated until crisp. Beets are high in fiber, folate, and potassium. 

Chickpea Snacks - Roasted chickpeas seasoned with your choice of spices. They are high in protein and fiber, making them a filling, savory snack. 

Popcorn - Air-popped popcorn is low in calories but high in fiber, and it can be flavored in numerous healthy ways with minimal oil or butter and various spices. 

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