- — Kosher, Non-GMO, Organic, Raw, Vegan
- — Free of Cholesterol, Very Low in Sodium
- — Good Source of Fiber, Manganese
- — Gently Infused with Organic Sugar
- — Lightly Coated with Organic Coconut Oil
Organic Banana Chips from Food To Live are made with care to provide you with the delicious, nutritious, and healthy snack. You can use them as an ingredient in many dishes or for preparing the most exquisite of treats that are the chocolate banana chips.
Bananas are a very healthful fruit and due to their high nutritious value, they can be included in any diet. They can also make your gluten-free baking much more delicious as few things taste as great as banana nut bread made with flaxseed flour.
Benefits of Banana Chips
Banana chips are healthy and delicious, which makes them a great food choice for anyone. This includes athletes, bodybuilders, and vegans, people who can appreciate their high protein and iron content the most.
Minerals and vitamins contained in banana chips benefit different parts of your body, especially the nervous and cardiovascular systems. Many studies have proven that eating fiber-rich foods regularly strengthens the heart and reduces the risk of all the dangerous problems caused by high cholesterol. Food To Live Banana Chips contain almost 9 grams of fiber in a 4-ounce serving.
Our Banana Chips are organic certified, which means they are completely free from GMO and any potentially toxic elements. They are safe to snack on for everyone, including your kids.
Banana Chips: Calories and Nutrition
Many people wonder if banana chips are fattening.
They aren’t, but it’s true that you should eat them in moderation, like any other dry fruits. Dehydration is the process that significantly lowers the weight of the product, which ‘condenses’ its nutritional value. This means that 10 ounces of dried banana chips hold more calories than the equivalent amount of fresh fruit. You should keep this in mind when planning your daily meals.
Organic Banana Chips from Food To Live provide your body with a variety of nutrients, the most important of which are: Iron, Potassium, Manganese, Magnesium, Vitamin B6, Vitamin C.
Banana Chips: How to Enjoy and Store
There are a great many ways to make banana chips at home, but this process is quite lengthy and taxing. You can try drying them in an oven, like the majority of fruits. To do this, you’ll have to slice them thinly and bake for 1-1.5 hour at about 200F. You can also try the most common way of making banana chips, which is deep frying.
Or, you can get top-quality chips dried to perfection from Food To Live. This way, you’ll always have them on hand when you are in a mood for some banana cake. You can also use them to enhance the taste of your strawberry banana smoothie or pudding. Chips would add to the texture of these products as well as enrich their flavor.
Store Food To Live Organic Banana Chips in an airtight container. Be sure to keep them in a cool place, or in the fridge to extend their shelf life.