Banana Chips Recipe: This 2-Ingredient Snack Recipe Is Healthy & Gluten Free by Pauline Campos

Fruit Snacks Gluten-free
2 years ago

Banana Chips Recipe: This 2-Ingredient Snack Recipe Is Healthy & Gluten Free

My family and I are gluten-free and Paleo due to allergies and celiac disease. That means processed foods are out of the question, which hurts the wallet since the healthy stuff tends to be pricier. One favorite snack for both my daughter and husband is homemade banana chips. 

Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 3 hours
Total Time: 3 hours and 5 minutes


  • bananas, cut into thin slices
  • lemon juice

Here's how to make them:

  1. Pour some lemon juice into a bowl. 
  2. Toss the sliced bananas in the lemon juice. 
  3. Put the bananas onto a baking sheet covered with parchment paper.
  4. Bake in a 200-degree F oven for about 3 hours or until crisp, flipping a few times as they bake. 

Here are some more banana chip tips:

  • A cheap food dehydrator works great. Just slice bananas and following the manufacturer's instructions.
  • Don't bother buying the pretty, not-quite-ripe bananas. Find the discounted over-ripe ones instead.
  • Have your child help by slicing the bananas with a plastic knife. 

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Dehydrators $15 & Up
Baking Sheets $9 & Up
Parchment Paper $4 & Up

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Elisa Schmitz
My daughter and I eat gluten-free, so this is perfect! Thanks for sharing your easy, delish recipe, Pauline Campos !
Michele Lengerman
Pauline Campos Question...tried the oven method and they came out delicious, but a little chewy. I'm thinking either I didn't turn the oven high enough or I took them out too early. Do you have a recommended temp?
I love banana chips but being in a fixed low income find then expensive, so I only have them as a treat. Not anymore - I’m going to buy a cheap dehydrator & save a fortune. I’m celiac too.
Thank you

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