Classic chips are nowhere near as healthy as they should be. Instead of picking up a bag of Lays, try these 10 dehydrated fruit chip recipes…

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10 Dehydrated Fruit Chip Recipes: Dried Delights

1. Dragon Fruit Chips

10 Dehydrated Fruit Chip Recipes: Dried Delights

Red dragon fruit (Hylocereus undatus), also known as pitaya (pitahaya) is an incredibly delicious tropical fruit. I find it to be more aromatic and slightly sweeter than the white flesh variety.

From: PassionatelyRaw

2. Orange Chips

Want to make a fun fruit snack for the kids that is not fruit roll-ups??  Why not try these fun Orange Chips?

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From: FrugalLivingMom

3. Kiwi Chips

If you’ve never tried dehydrated kiwis, you should. These vibrantly colored little discs taste like sweet-and-sour candy and are an extremely healthy snack. They’re Paleo, Whole30, and AIP-compliant.

From: ThrivingOnPaleo

4. Watermelon Chips

I would have never thought to dehydrate watermelon in a million years. My mom actually told me about it and said it was her new favorite thing to dry. But, come on, watermelon? It’s like 100% water.

From: TheRealFarmhouse

5. Cinnamon Pear Chips

I have given apples a lot of attention with my baking this fall and in the process have neglected another delicious fruit that this season brings- apple’s cousin, Mr. Pear.

From: FingerPrickingGood

6. Easy Pineapple Chips

I love dried pineapple but I don’t like that it is often full of white sugar! So I decided to make some of my own Pineapple Chips.

From: ALazyGirl

7. Zucchini Chips

This Dehydrated Zucchini Chips Recipe is SO good. Full of flavors, slightly spicy. Amazing.

From: FrugalLivingMom

8. Apple Chips

Finally! A healthier apple recipe option for the holidays! This apple chip recipe from Fifteen Spatulas only requires a little bit of cinnamon and sugar. Use a mandolin slicer to achieve the perfect thinly sliced apples. Line your freshly cut apple slices on parchment paper and bake at 225 for about an hour.

From: KidsKubby

9. Strawberry Chips

Put these in oatmeal, cereal, yogurt, salads or just about anything! You can even add them to potpourri.

From: SweetPaulMag

10. Pear Chips

Pear crisps are so easy to make! A Fall favorite, these healthy cinnamon pear chips are an easy afternoon snack or dessert. They also look fancy on a cheese plate.

From: SipBiteGo

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