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Baked Sweet Potato Chips (Whole30 Approved Recipe)

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Baked Sweet Potato Chips Hip2Save

If you’re looking for a healthier potato chip snack idea, try these yummy and easy baked sweet potato chips! Just use sweet potatoes or yams and season them to your liking. Plus, the ingredients in this satisfying snack are in compliance with the Whole30 program (if you happen to be following this nutrition program like Collin is).

Baked Sweet Potato Chips

(Idea from Whole Living)

Ingredients:

2 sweet potatoes, very thinly sliced (Tip: I used a mandoline slicer)
2 Tablespoon coconut oil
salt & pepper to taste

Directions:

Heat oven to 375 degrees. Toss thinly sliced sweet potatoes with coconut oil and spread in an even layer on two baking sheets. Salt & pepper and bake for around 25-30 minutes. Turn sweet potatoes halfway through the baking process and watch closely towards the end. Remove when crisp – then just cool and enjoy! Serves 4.

Easy Baked Yam Chips Hip2SaveThese are really tasty and great if you have a craving for something crunchy! I also experimented with a fantastic salt & vinegar version by first soaking raw chips in about 1/2 cup white vinegar for 15 minutes and then baking as directed above. They were so good – my kids loved them and they were gone in seconds! What a yummy and simple snack!

[h2s_box]Written by Lina for Hip2Save. Lina is a proud mom of 2 small kids who loves photography, all holidays, cooking, thrift store makeovers, bargain shopping, and DIY makeovers. Her goal is to create a beautiful life and stylish home on a dime! To see all of Lina’s recipes created just for Hip2Save, click here.[/h2s_box]

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Comments 40

  1. Angelina

    Yum I need to try these 🙂
    Thank you for sharing!

    • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

      Sure, enjoy!

  2. Cami

    These look sooo yummy! Thank you 🙂

  3. mel

    I have made sweet potato chips in the past and they always come out soft in the middle, not crispy at all! Any tips? I do have my oven preheated to 375 and turn halfway through.

    • Nikki

      I find when my chips are overlapping a lot they tend to get mushy. I haven’t achieved the absolute perfect chip consistency yet. Hopefully someday 🙂

    • Sarah

      Make sure they’re super thin! Use a mandolin and sometimes I find my potatoes just seem to have a higher water content and just won’t crisp no matter what!

      • mel

        I do have & use my mandolin for them. Suggestion below to soak in salt water might do the trick and using a rack per Lina!

    • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

      I think the key is super thin, coat them evenly, and i used a metal rack ontop of a baking sheet so air circulates better.

  4. Kerri

    I’m going to try this! Just made Collins sweet potato hash with our salmon tonight and it was so good my husband was thrilled! I’m not the best at cooking so can anyone tell me about slicing these like chips? Is there anything else that I can use to cut the potatoes that’s cheaper than the mandoline? Also how would I use it if it’s my only option? Thanks again!

    • Catie

      I found a great mandolin at Big Lots for $10. Works like a charm

      • Courtney

        Just like the “don’t shoot your eye out”, “don’t cut your hand off”. I almost lost my finger tips when I first got my mandolin.

        • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

          Oh no i reccomend the kind with the hand guard! That would hurt!

          • Courtney

            I now use oven mits when I slice. , 😀

            • Denise O

              I went to make pickels on mine one time, and lost half my thumb. BE CAREFUL!!!

  5. Monica

    Salt & vinegar! I can’t wait to try this!!

  6. BearsBootsnBlessings

    This is a great alternative to potato chips in-store. There is a cancer causing agent that natural occurs when the potato chips are cooked.

  7. kim

    Thanks Collin & Lina for these D’Lish recipes….

  8. Courtney

    I actually make something close to this for natural dog treats!

    • D

      Would you care to share?

      • Courtney

        I slice length wise about a third of an inch thick and bake at 225 for 3 hours. Yes, 3 hours. Sometimes I just do 2 and turn the oven off but leave them in the oven. You can use your dehydrator too. It’s great for dogs who are grain free.

  9. Kerri

    Just watched a video on making these sweet potato chips and they recommend soaking them in warm water before baking. I guess it makes them crisp? I’ll have to try.

    • me

      Make sure the water is salty. I soak my homemade FF is salt water first to remove the moisture.

      • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

        Good tips, thanks!

        • suzy

          How long do I soak them in vinegar and salt for?

  10. J

    I made the sweet potato hash tonight and it was great!! Will have to try these, thanks!!

  11. Sarah

    Thanks!! Looks so yummy, gotta try it myself

  12. Marlene

    Pampered Chef makes a special tray to make the chips in the microwave. Love sweet potato chips!

    • Kim

      So does walmart got mine for $10 works perfectly.

    • shopper

      Same with TopChips, some of theirs come with a mandolin.

  13. Laurie

    My sweet potatoes always are a real orangy color. What kind of a sweet potato is this in the picture? It looks more like a white potato to me or is there something wrong with my computer?

    • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

      This is a lighter skinned sweet potato. In my store they were right next to the oranger variety. thanks!

      • B

        Your not getting sweet potatoes you are getting yams that’s why they are orange

  14. Pharmchick

    Thanks! This, plus the fries recipe you posted on my last question and Collins hash recipe will be great to use up my sweet potatoes!

  15. sue

    I love these three ingredient recipies. Keep em coming

  16. Closet Chipsin'

    Looks delicious! I need to start using coconut oil in potato chip preparation as well.

  17. billie

    These are absolutely amazing. So quick and easy to make. However, I just used a carrot peeler and sliced the potatoes lengthwise added them to a bowl and drizzled with olive oil. Then added them to the baking sheet and sprinkled with salt and pepper. Just make sure to leave enough space for the slices to crisp up nicely. I’ve overcrowded the slices before.

    • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

      great tip!

  18. Laura C

    Thank you, Lina! I do not have a mandolin, but I just got a Cuisinart Food Processor for Christmas with fine and medium slicing blades. Has anyone ever tried using a medium slicing blade to make chips? Thanks!

  19. BreB

    Does anyone have a good smoothie recipe? I generally use frozen fruit (cherries this week), coconut milk, spinach, agave, and Greek yogurt.

  20. Janet Loucks

    I made these and put them in a large freezer bag with the coconut oil and cinnamon and then baked them. They were Awesome.

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