Banana Chips

Prep time: 20 to 45 mins

Cooking time: 3 hours


  • When turning the chips half way through the cooking time, remove the parchment paper off the baking tray and let it cool for a few minutes before allowing children to flip it around

  • Depending on the lemons, you may need 1 or 2 more lemons

  • The process of dipping into the lemon juice may take a while and the bananas slices may turn brown from oxidation but don't worry if it turns brown!


Source: Fulfilld



Baking tray with parchment paper

Cutting board

1 large bowl

A knife

A teaspoon

Toothpick/fork (optional)

Orange/lemon juicer (optional)


2 lemons

2 bananas


  1. Preheat oven to 120°C or 100°C fan-forced.

  2. Line a baking tray with paper and set aside.

  3. Wash lemon

  4. On a cutting board, cut the lemons in half

  5. With or without a juicer, juice the lemons

  6. Use the spoon to remove any seeds

  7. Peel bananas

  8. Pl ace the banana on the same cutting board

  9. Use a knife to cut into thin slices - don't put them stacked together

  10. Using fingers/toothpicks/fork, dip the banana slices into lemon juice

  11. Transfer each piece onto the baking tray separately.

  12. Bake the chi ps for 3 hours - the thicker it is the longer it will take or not even become like chips

  13. Turn the chips half way through the cooking time

  14. Allow to cool, and the store in an airtight container

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