Game Time Decision Chips

game time decision chips
January 2015 | ,

A few weeks ago I had over-purchased on potatoes for a recipe I was working on and was left with 1 potato remaining.  Since it was Sunday and my husband was watching the NFL playoffs, I decided to put that potato to use and make some homemade chips.

I generally don’t cook with salt, so wanted to give my chips flavor from other sources.  I quickly took inventory of my spice cabinet and went with an herb flavor for my chips.  This particular batch has ground rosemary sprinkled on top.  I added a chipotle ketchup on the side for some added zing.  They even took my husband’s attention away from the playoffs for a few moments to enjoy them!

The beauty of these chips is you can make them your own with whatever spice/flavoring you want.  Put that salt shaker down and get creative!  These are great to enjoy on their own, or step up and add a low cal/low fat dipping sauce on the side.

These chips are low in fat and sodium while bursting with vitamin C, potassium, and fiber.  Crunch into a batch today and impress your guests by serving them at your next party!

RECOMMENDED ITEMS: Mandoline, olive oil mister, and a pastry brush


Game Time Decision Chips

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Servings: 2 cups of chips
Calories: 204kcal


  • Extra virgin olive oil for brushing
  • 1 medium potato with skin on Idaho or Russet are best


  • Preheat the oven to 375°.
  • Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  • Use a mandoline to cut the potatoes lengthwise into 1/8-inch thick slices (See Notes). Arrange the slices in 1 flat layer on the baking sheet.
  • Using an olive oil mister, lightly spray the potato slices then go over with a pastry brush to evenly coat the slices (See Notes).
  • Bake until golden throughout, 15-30 minutes, checking often since they brown at different rates.
  • Transfer to paper towels and sprinkle with your seasoning of choice while still hot.


A mandoline will help create a thin shape for your chips, but if you don't have one, a good ol' fashioned chef knife will do.
If you don't have an olive oil mister, you can pour a little olive oil on to a plate and use a pastry brush to spread oil on to slices.
Recommended seasonings:
  • Ground rosemary
  • Old Bay Seasoning
  • Fresh ground pepper
  • Red pepper flakes
  • Basil & garlic powder
  • Onion powder & parsley
  • Parmesan cheese & oregano
  • Cinnamon (for your sweet tooth)
Dipping sauces:
  • Chipotle ketchup (mix 2 TB ketchup with 2-3 tsp Tabasco Chipotle)
  • Roasted red pepper (blend 1 puréed roasted red pepper with 2-4 TB Greek yogurt depending on desired thickness)
  • Herby dip (mix 1/4 cup Greek yogurt with your favorite blend of spices such as basil, oregano, and parsley)
DISCLAIMER: All opinions are my own and are not influenced or biased by any third parties. I am not compensated for mentioning any specific brands or retailers on this blog.
(Source: SELF Nutrition Data).


Serving: 1potato | Calories: 204kcal | Carbohydrates: 39g | Protein: 4g | Fat: 5g | Sodium: 34mg | Fiber: 5g


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