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Homemade Potato Chips Baked on a Pizza Stone

Today I’m telling you how to make healthy crispy homemade potato chips using a pizza stone. They’re simply delicious!

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Why do people use a pizza stone when making pizza? Because it makes the pizza crust crispy.

Why should you use a pizza stone when making homemade potato chips? Because it makes the chips crispy. And who doesn’t like a crispy potato chip?

The other nice thing about using a pizza stone is that the chips don’t stick to it even with minimal oil. So these homemade potato chips are made with very little oil and are very healthy.

(Note: A brand new pizza stone, and other baking stones, sometimes need to be seasoned before they are non-stick. Try baking some butter-filled biscuits on the pan to season it. Or rub it lightly with vegetable oil and bake it at 400 for 30 minutes. Wipe off any remaining oil. Don’t use soap when washing your pizza stone. Ever. Just a clean wet cloth. If anything does stick to it, a metal spatula can get under the stick to scrape it up).

Looking for a delicious dip to go with your crispy chips? Try this Healthy Buffalo Chicken Dip.

Healthy Buffalo Chicken Dip with Homemade Potato Chips

And now, here’s my easy method for making Healthy Homemade Potato Chips on a Pizza Stone:

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Homemade Potato Chips Baked on a Pizza Stone
 
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These homemade potato chips are as simple to make as they are crisp and healthy.
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Recipe type: snack
Serves: 4
Ingredients
  • 3 small red potatoes
  • 1 tsp. olive oil
  • ¼ tsp. salt
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 400ºF. Slice the potatoes into ⅛" thick slices (I used the #3 setting on my OXO Hand-Held Mandoline Slicer). Put the slices in a large bowl of cold water andlet them sit for 5-10 minutes. Drain the potatoes and pat them dry with kitchen towel.
  2. Measure the olive oil into a dry bowl. Add the dried potato slices and toss to coat in the oil. Use your fingers to separate slices so that all sides get a bit of slickness.
  3. Arrange the slices in a single layer on a pizza stone. Sprinkle with the salt.
  4. Bake until chips are crisp and are browned at the outside edges, 25-30 minutes. (Note, sometimes the chips in the middle of the pan are browned and ready before those at the outside edges. Remove cooked chips as they're ready.)
  5. Store chips uncovered in a single layer for up to 8 hours.

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Disclosure: This post was originally part of a giveaway sponsored by Black Gold Farms and Body Media. All opinions are my own.

Homemade Potato Chips, very little fat

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9 Responses to “Homemade Potato Chips Baked on a Pizza Stone”
  1. Nancy White says:

    I’m pretty sure I’d try those oven baked potato chips! Also I’m experimenting with new Poutine combos, so that’s on the list.
    Nancy White recently posted: Ritz-Carlton Cafe 4750 Offers Kick off to Amelia Island Restaurant Week

  2. Baby red potatoes are one of my favorites to use because I love that they’re already portion controlled for me (well, the LITTLE ones are!) I love them steamed with a little butter, some freshly minced garlic, and a little Parm on top!

  3. JulieD says:

    I love love my pizza stone…I can’t wait to try this, Christine!!! Thanks!
    JulieD recently posted: Sweet & Spicy Four Ingredient Chicken Wings

  4. Gina says:

    Do you pre-heat the pizza stone? Most pizza recipes call for the pizza stone to be heated in the oven for awhile first, so I wasn’t sure if the same would apply here…

  5. Oh heck yes. Why have I never thought of using a pizza stone for chips???

  6. I can’t wait to try this method for potato chips! It makes so much sense, I can’t believe I never thought of it!
    Courtney @ Neighborfood recently posted: Red Potato, Bell Pepper, and Spinach Breakfast Hash #BetterWithReds #HealthyChoices

  7. HA! I did mine in the microwave! Great minds I guess :)
    Erin @ Dinners, Dishes and Desserts recently posted: Thursday Things

  8. Kelly D says:

    I would bake the red potatoes with garlic and olive oil..

    • Christine Pittman says:

      Kelly, That’s one of my favorite ways to cook potatoes for sure. Maybe with a bit of rosemary in there too. So good!

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