Healthy Baked Banana Chips

Total Time
2hrs 5mins
Prep 5 mins
Cook 2 hrs

This recipe, from Dole, makes a really great and really healthy snack. These chips are tasty on their own, or you can add them to granola or a snack mix.


  1. Cut bananas into thin slices.
  2. Coat slices in lemon juice.
  3. Bake banana slices on a greased pan in a 200 degree oven, turning every half hour and watching out for burning. Remove when they are crispy, cool, and store in an airtight container.
Most Helpful

These didn't get crisp even after 3 1/2 hours. They got mushy and dripped juices all over my oven. Sorry, don't like to leave bad ratings, but it was just a mess.

SmoochTheCook November 13, 2007

I'm happy to have a recipe that is healthier than store bought banana chips, but they didn't quite turn out like I expected. They never did get all that crispy, and the lemon juice gave them a tangy flavor as Seasoned Cook said. They still taste good, but they're not at all what I was hoping for. I'll have to try them again literally just using a single drop of lemon juice on each one, and maybe if I take them out of the oven sooner and let them sit out for a while, they might dry properly. I'm not feeling too optimistic about it, though.

cherryxstylee May 29, 2011

The lemon or lime juice left the banana chips having a tangy/tart flavor. I baked at 250 degrees and it took 1 hour. The bananas after 30 minutes were still mushy and hard to turn over. I should have used parchment paper because it really messed up a good baking sheet. On the positive side it is one way to use up an overripe banana.

Seasoned Cook September 30, 2007