Baked Potato Chips Recipe

baked chips

Have you been looking for healthy baby food recipes? This baked chip recipe is designed for baby led weaning stage. Your child can grasp the items in their hands and chomp on the pieces if they like. It goes without saying that you’re going to watch them like a hawk! And the chips are just as delicious for the entire family!

One of my biggest weaknesses is a bag of chips from the chipper, soaked through with strong white vinegar and a scattering of salt.  So hot you have to pass them from hand to hand while you eat them!


There is no need really to buy these chips on a regular basis when you can make lovely chips at home.  Crisp and golden on the outside, fluffy on the inside, I always use Roosters (type of potato) for mine but Maris Pipers work just as well.

Sometimes the best recipes don’t need too many details.


  1. Peel and slice your chips.  Allow approximately 2 medium potatoes per person.  Rinse them off in cold water then pat dry with some kitchen towel.
  2. Into a large bowl put the chips along with 1 tablespoon of sunflower oil per person, 2 teaspoons of tumeric and the same again of onion seeds (also known as Nigella seeds). Stir well until every chip is coated then pour onto a lined baking tray.
  3. Bake for 45 minutes at 150 degrees Celsius in a fan oven.

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Caitriona is a food writer, blogger and author, as well as a mother to 2 boys and a teen stepdaughter. After Caitriona was laid off during the recession, with her family budget getting smaller she found herself facing a shrinking amount of money on a weekly basis to spend on food. She could feed the family on convenience food for the same amount that she had to spend but she chose to cook the best food she could within their tight budget. Her blog is about her, how she manages and the rollercoaster that parenting and living on a tight budget brings.

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