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Kale chips launched the veggie chip craze, and they aren’t going away any time soon. After all, those thin leaves are practically designed to make crispy chips—no mandoline required. Taking a blow drier to the washed leaves will get rid of any excess water before you add oil and seasonings. But their crispy texture isn’t all that makes kale such a great veggie chip choice. A cup of kale pack in nearly seven times your daily vitamin K needs and twice your vitamin A requirements. Get onboard the bandwagon with these Indian-spiced baked kale chips from Eat Healthy Eat Happy, then find out if you’re getting enough vitamins.
A medium zucchini (or a serving of its chips) contains more than half of your daily needs for vitamin C, making it an immune-boosting choice. This salt and vinegar version from Sugar-Free Mom is sure to satisfy your flavored chip craving—but with about a third of the fat.