Looking for chip options beyond the potato? Here are five types of chips to get you started.
Potato chips and sour cream dip, tortilla chips and queso, pita chips and spinach artichoke dip — is your mouth watering yet? Such combos are party-hosting and football-watching staples for tasty reason. But there’s also an appetizing — and healthy — reason to expand your chips-and-dips repertoire into pairs that include DIY chips. “When making your own chips, you can control the type and amount of ingredients, as well as experiment with flavor combinations,” says Joy Dubost, a food scientist and registered dietitian in the New York City area. You can also control what they’re made of — and the options go far beyond potatoes. Here are five types of chips to get you started: