Potato Peel Crisps

  • 5MINS
  • 20MINS
  • Serves 2
  • 67KCAL

Help do away with food waste and turn your potato peelings into these tasty crisps! These are so quick and easy to make and are lower in calories than shop-bought crisps. We’ve given you three popular flavours to choose from. Enjoy alone or with other snacks of your choice!

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Make sure to wash and dry your potatoes well first. Remove any eyes or bruised parts from the potato peelings. We used light olive oil spray rather than low-calorie cooking spray as we found this made crispier crisps. Eat freshly made as these can soften over time.

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Simple but delicious
I used the airfryer to cook ours and then sprayed with a Saxo salt & Vinegar spray. Simple but so delicious.

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‘Simple but delicious..... and a great way to use up stuff that would normally be thrown away.’

NikkiA

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