Chips bring a satisfying crunch to any meal. It’s easy to munch on a handful with a sandwich, dip them in soup, or take them on the go.
As a plus, most veggie chips only require a handful of ingredients and less than half an hour of your time.
Almost every veggie can be transformed into a chip (including traditional kale, hearty mushrooms, and juicy tomatoes). If you’re looking for inspiration, we found 23 unique recipes to keep this crunchy snack innovative.
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Nacho ‘Cheese’ Kale Chips
To top off some nutritionally rich kale chips, make your own cashew cheese. And if you really want some extra flavors, make some fresh salsa to dip them in.
Recipe: PaleoHacks | Nacho ‘Cheese’ Kale Chips
Turmeric Plantain Chips
Plantains offer a yummy potato taste, while remaining Paleo-friendly. And adding a spice blend of turmeric, cumin, and coriander really gives this dish a bold flavor.
Recipe: Calmful Loving | Turmeric Plantain Chips
Salt & Vinegar Zucchini Chips
These veggie chips are light, crunchy, and incredibly satisfying.
Recipe: Sugar-Free Mom | Salt & Vinegar Zucchini Chips
Oven Baked Tomato Chips
These versatile veggie chips are full of antioxidants. They can be eaten as a snack or as a topping on salads, pasta, or pizza.
Recipe: PaleoHacks | Oven Baked Tomato Chips
Baked Radish Chips
There are only three ingredients in this recipe: radishes, oil, and salt. Also, from start to finish, it only takes 15 minutes to make.
Recipe: A Zesty Bite | Baked Radish Chips
Spinach chips offer many of the same benefits as kale chips. Go with the recommended Italian herb seasoning, or go rogue with a more exotic blend.
Recipe: Rabbit Foot for My Bunny Teeth | Spinach Chips
Baked Brussels Sprouts Chips
The best thing about making veggie chips out of Brussels sprouts is how crisp they get. Eat them by the handful, offer them to guests as an appetizer, or place them in your favorite sandwich for some added crunch.
Recipe: PaleoHacks | Baked Brussels Sprouts Chips
If you’re looking to add more potassium to your diet, this recipe is a great go-to. These chips are earthy and satisfying when you’re looking for a quick snack to fill you up.
Recipe: Chips & Crisps | Mushroom Chips
Crispy Butternut Squash Chips
Butternut squash and rosemary make for a great side-dish combination, so why wouldn’t it also work as a seasoning for butternut squash chips? The trick for this recipe is to slice thin, so they stay crispy.
Recipe: Running to the Kitchen | Crispy Butternut Squash Chips
Fiber-Rich Plantain Chips
These chips pack in a hearty dose of healthy fats and fiber. Here’s a great tip if you’re looking for a little protein: dip them in almond butter.
Recipe: PaleoHacks | Fiber-Rich Plantain Chips
Crispy Green Bean Chips
For different flavors, season up with all-purpose seasoning, chat masala, taco seasoning, garlic salt, or chili powder.
Recipe: Whole New Mom | Crispy Green Bean Chips
Roasted Broccoli Chips
Yes, broccoli chips! These unexpected veggies make for a tasty snack, especially when dipped in Paleo hummus.
Recipe: Seeded at the Table | Roasted Broccoli Chips
Easy Beet Chips
These vibrant chips have a deep, earthy flavor and are perfect for curbing cravings.
Recipe: PaleoHacks | Easy Beet Chips
Baked Turnip Chips
These chips are as easy to eat as popcorn at a movie. Like many other root vegetables, turnips tastefully take on many seasonings, so get creative!
Recipe: The Lemon Bowl | Baked Turnip Chips
Almond Butter Cabbage Chips
Because cabbage is so thin, it makes for an extra-crispy chip. And almond butter is the perfect flavor-boost in this recipe.
Recipe: The Nourished Caveman | Almond Butter Cabbage Chips
Sweet Potato Chips
Warning: these Paleo-friendly potato chips are way too easy to scarf down by the handfuls.
Recipe: PaleoHacks | Sweet Potato Chips
Eggplant Fries with Spicy Tomato Sauce
These hearty eggplant fries get dunked in a spicy tomato sauce for the ultimate snack recipe.
Recipe: The Iron You | Eggplant Fries with Spicy Tomato Sauce
Homemade Taro Chips
Light and crispy, we recommend making these taro chips in batches and taking them to work as a better-for-you snack during the week.
Recipe: Little Ferraro Kitchen | Homemade Taro Chips
Paleo Kale Chips Recipe
All you need is extra virgin olive oil, paprika, a pinch of salt and kale to make this grandfather of veggie chips.
Recipe: PaleoHacks | Paleo Kale Chips Recipe
Baked Carrot Chips
Carrots are so versatile that they’re a natural fit as a chip!
Recipe: Running to the Kitchen | Baked Carrot Chips
Root Vegetable Oven Chips
If you want to add some variety to your chips, this recipe boasts sweet potatoes, artichokes, and celeriac. Every handful packs multiple veggie flavors.
Recipe: Silvia’s Cucina | Root Vegetable Oven Chips
Zucchini Chips with Truffle Salt
Because of its depth of flavor, this chip is great to use as an appetizer at an event or dinner party.
Recipe: Wholesome Yum | Zucchini Chips with Truffle Salt
Baked Parsnip Chips
When it comes to chip-making, root vegetables always work well. And parsnips bring their own unique flavor to the mix.
Recipe: Beauty and the Foodie | Baked Parsnip Chips
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