At COVID-19, we introduced the world to a new concept: Healthy Chips. These are chips that contain beneficial nutrients and no artificial colours or flavours.

With obesity on the rise, it is important to know how your food can affect your health. Also, as food is becoming increasingly more processed and with technology, there will be a growing need for healthy chips.

Snacking is one of the simplest and most efficient ways to eat on the go.

The Top Best Healthy Chips
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Chips are snack foods that can be used in many different dishes, but they also provide a great snack option when you are looking to stay full throughout your day. Because chips contain high levels of fat and calories, it is best not to snack on them all day long if you want to lose weight or maintain a healthy lifestyle.

The chips are high in calories and saturated fats. These ingredients make the snack unhealthy. They can also increase blood cholesterol levels, which is a risk factor for heart disease. Keeping these factors in mind, you have to stay away from chips if you want to keep a healthy lifestyle and maintain your body weight by reducing obesity levels.

The Top 8 Best Healthy Chips

1. Sun Chips

Sun chips are one of the oldest brands on this list, and they’re definitely a favourite with health-minded snackers. These chips are made with natural ingredients and low-fat dressing, so they’re a good option if you’re looking for something healthier to munch on. Besides the health benefits, these chips are also packed with other great ingredients. They have delicious flavours such as salsa and jerk sauce that will keep you full throughout your meal while keeping within a healthy range of calories. And when it comes to taste, they’re definitely worth buying!

Furthermore, the product is certified by the United States Food and Drug Administration as

  • 97% fat-free,
  • 21g of sat. wt.,
  • 0 trans fats,
  • 10mg of cholesterol per serving (1 cup),
  • 16 very low grams of saturated fat per serving( 1 oz.),
  • the total dietary fibre content of more than 12 gms & less than 3 gms in 6 Tbsp.

Nutritionist & Fitness Coach Alwyn Cosgrove uses Sun Chips because he is able to consume them in moderation without noticing any adverse effects on

2. Kale Chips

Kale chips are another great option if you’re looking for a healthy snack. The members of the kale family, namely kale and welsh onion leaves are rich in vitamin K1, cancer-fighting antioxidants called flavonoids which lower the risk of heart disease and stroke. You can easily find winter kales at grocery stores now since it’s already ready to eat when you buy them fresh off of your garden or farmers market.

Just be sure that if you’re going to make homemade kale chips, always eat them fresh and not leave them at the uncooked stage for too long.

The vinegar in homemade baking can cause your dieters to crave a snack because it messes up their appetite hormones causing calorie or hunger cravings later on. Also great for weight loss efforts!

Using olive oil instead of margarine is a good way to decrease calories (and fat). Drinks that are full-fat — have 8 per cent or more fat per serving — are usually high in calories. Fat can pack on the pounds (even if it isn’t immediately visible); losing 5 to 10 per cent of your total body fat based on health assessment may help you lose weight.

3. Apple Chips

Apple chips are a great option for those looking for a healthy snack that tastes great. They’re made from 100% apple, which means they’re loaded with antioxidants and vitamins like vitamin C, potassium and fibre. Plus, they have only 5 grams of sugar per serving! This recipe is perfect for making into your own healthy versions of food like nuts, fruit snacks and more!

And to get the most out of it, you can also pair them with some veg. slices or add apple sauce as a dipping sauce.

– 1 Apple Sliced w/ Core (approximately 100 grams)

– 2 Tbsp Flour & ½ tsp Baking Soda- 2 Tbsp Honey or Agave Nectar

– 1 tsp Cinnamon

– ½ tsp Kosher Salt

Directions: Preheat the oven to 350ºF and prepare an 11″ x 17″ cookie sheet/plate for baking. Add the sliced apple into a sealable bag with all of your dry ingredients, then twist in order to coat them evenly which will allow batter-coated fruit slices to add that extra crispy texture later on. In a separate bowl combine honey or agave nectar and cinnamon together before using it in between each layer (to really get those fruits nice & sweet 😉

4. Homemade trail mix

Trail mix is a great option if you’re looking for a healthy snack that won’t give you the munchies. It’s made with dried fruit, nuts and seeds, which gives it a good amount of fibre and nutrients, including protein. You can also make your own Trailmix by combining different types of nuts and dried fruits together to create your own favourite flavour combinations.

Here are five healthy trail mix recipes to get you started:

1. Spicy Brazilian Trailmix

2. Quinoa & Pistachio Trailmix

3. Cinnamon & Raspberry Trailmix

4. Honeydew & Pineapple Trailmix

5. Cranberry Orange Trailmix.

5. Jackson’s Honest sweet potato chips

These chips really hit the spot — especially when you’re craving a sweet snack. Made of 100% real fruit, they don’t contain any fat or sugar added to them either! This recipe is not only simple but delicious too and will make the perfect addition to your new healthy meal plan as it tastes absolutely incredible!

  • 1 -2 Sweet Potatoes w/ Peel (approximately 15 ounces)
  • 2 Tbsp Flour & ½ tsp Baking Soda
  • ½ cup Peanut Butter Snack on one half of potato and enjoy!!

Just wash out in cold water between slices.

Directions: Preheat the oven to 400°F and prepare an 11″ x 17″ cookie sheet/plate for baking. After cutting out a semi-circle shape on one half of your peeled sweet potato using a smooth, circular edge you will then place it onto the non-peeled side before pressing firmly down with both hands in order to wrap around that peel until completely covered from the top.

6. Hummus

Hummus is popular as an appetizer and snack because it’s high in protein and also contains dietary fibres, which reduces the risk of heart disease. You can buy hummus made with tahini (a natural paste extracted from sesame seeds), or make your own by combining chickpeas (garbanzo beans).

If you want to reduce calories even further, try this homemade version instead:

  • 1 cup wheat germ
  • 1 cup flax meal
  • 2 Tbsp. olive oil
  • Salt to taste

Mix all the ingredients together in a bowl and process until it becomes one consistent smooth paste, with no lumps of either mix Protein.

7. Homemade nut butter

People found this helpful You can make your own nut butter, which is full of protein, vitamins and minerals that you can add as much or little salt (for flavour) depending on preference. Simply put the nuts or seeds in a food processor and process until it’s a smooth consistency like peanut butter.

Prepare this by putting the nuts or seeds on a dehydrator tray, turning it over from time to time so that every surface is covered with various thin layers of uncooked paste. Spreadsheets for about 6 – 8 hours (or until dry), and do variations according to personal preference (adding fruit butter honey without salt).

8. Made in Nature Veggie Pops

Made in Nature Veggie Pops are perfect for a snack that’s good for you, sustainable and delicious. They come in apple (30g) and grapefruit (25g) varieties with no added sugar, gluten or soy. Plus, they’re made from organic ingredients including dark chocolate chips and almonds so you can feel good about what you’re munching on as well!

Plus, they travel well (perfect for bringing on the go) and will keep in the fridge for up to four days. Just pop them into your microwave or oven, let them heat up and enjoy!

– 1/2 cup Oat Flour

– 2 Tbsp Coconut Oil, melted

– 20g Unsweetened Chocolate Chips

– 1/4 cup Slivered Almonds

Instructions: Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. In a large bowl mix together oat flour, coconut oil and unsweetened chocolate.

Final Words

What do you think of our list? Do these healthy snacks sound good to you or are they more likely to make your tummy grumble and whine? Have you made any of them yourself? Let us know in the comments below and don’t forget to share this article with your friends if they love healthy snacks too! ☺️

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