Baked banana chips!


Baked Banana Chips

Another crunchy healthy snack. Oh man, Iโ€™ve got a lot of chip making to do.

Weight Watchers Baked Banana Chipsย recipe

Makes 6 servings

– 2 ripe bananas
– 1 tablespoon lemon juice

1. Cut the bananas into thin slices.
2. Coat the slices in lemon juice.
3. Place the banana slices on parchment paper and bake them in the ovenย at 200 degrees F, turning every half hour and watching out for burning.
4. Remove them when they are crispy; let them cool, and store them in an airtight container.

WW POINTS per serving: 1
Nutritional Information per serving: 36 calories, 0.1g fat, 1g fiber

  • Imogen

    these were a complete failure! I tried them, following the recipe exactly but I had to take them out of the oven when they turned into a burning gooey mess. The edges were completely burned while the middle was gooey and soft. I was really disappointed as they smelled amazing. :(

  • Aimee

    Turned out so bad, wet and yucky. :/

  • Ayria

    Very surprised how sweet they are after cooking. I don’t have a dehydrator, and I love banana chips, so this is awesome. Thanks!

  • Amy

    Ok, these did NOT turn out like I had hoped. After 4 hrs of cooking and flipping every 30 mins, it really wasn’t worth it. They shrunk to tiny dime size pieces and were kind of chewy still in the middle but crunchy and almost burnt around the edges. I still ate them, though lol. But I will NOT be making these again, sad to say. I know they’re 0 ww plus points, but I’d rather have the yummy, crunchy 6pt ones over these. Sorry.

  • Noa

    How long does this take to cook?

  • Gemma

    mine are in the oven right now! wish me luck

  • ymke

    It taste AMAZING!
    But is 1 banana 1 serving?

  • Laren

    I just tried the baked sweet potato. Turned out to be a failure using conventional baking method. Realised toaster does a better job. Haha!

  • Carly

    Im making them right now!! But didn’t know they would take hours to cook ! Hopefully I’m not doing them wrong!

  • Makayla