Wednesday, 4 September 2013

The Healthiest Chips Around!


I've been trying to loose weight for some time now and I find this hard because I love the unhealthy things in life! So when I found the recipe for low calorie chips at around 110 calories a serving I was over the moon! The best thing about them is that they taste like they've been in a deep fat fryer, for a lifestyle themed post I decided to share this with you.

You will need:
3/4 fairly decent sized potatoes (per serving)
A bottle of fry light- ONE CALORIE PER SPRAY!
Salt and Vinegar (optional)

Step 1:  
Pre heat the oven to about 220 or 180 if you have a fan assisted oven, then put a pan of water on to boil then you get your potatoes and peel them, chop them into 1/2 inch strips- the size is your choice, the thicker the better! 

Step 2:
Place the strips of potato into boiling water for 4-5 minutes when the time is up you need to drain the potatoes then shake them about in the pan this gives them the "roughness" that you get with chips.

Step 3:
Tip the chips onto a baking try and cover them with fry light which is okay because it is only one calorie per spray it is my saviour! Pop them in the oven to cook for 20-25 minutes!


Step 4:
When the chips are looking brown and crisp they are ready woo! Take them out of the oven whilst they're still fresh coat them in salt and vinegar and SHABAM! You have a plate of fresh delicious low calorie chips!

  


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4 comments

  1. Great idea, so great in fact I'm going to make these right now! Can't go wrong with good ol' Fry Light!

    Shannon x

    Fangirls&Foundations

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    1. did you end up making them? they are one of the light calorie things that I actually enjoy! It's amazing how low they are and how great they taste :) x

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  2. Oh these look so yummy! Such a great idea to make your own as well, I will definitely need to try this sometime! :)
    Nicole xo
    http://gingeringreen.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Definitely worth it they may take a little more time then making them in the oven but way worth it! xo

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