Baked Turnip Chips

Prep Time10 minutes
Cook Time25 minutes
Total Time35 minutes

A healthy twist on a salty snack, baked turnip chips will be devoured by kids and adults alike. 

Baked Turnip Chips

Do you have a sweet tooth or a salty tooth? While I can turndown a glazed donut or a red velvet cupcake any day of the week, I have trouble resisting foods like movie theater popcorn, peanuts at the ballpark or a cheese platter. Potato chips? Yea, I’m a sucker for those too. Just ask my friend Nikki who teases me on a regular basis about my chip addiction!

Oven Baked Turnip Chips

Fortunately, I’ve learned that the key to avoiding these foods is to not keep them on hand. One of the key lessons I’ve learned in my weight loss journey is to make it as easy as possible for me to make the right choices throughout the day. Why tempt myself when I know I won’t be able to resist?

Turnips Farm Stand - The Lemon Bowl

For that reason, we very rarely have potato chips in the house but once in a while, we buy a giant bag of root vegetable chips from Costco. These bags are not cheap and they rarely last more than a day so more and more I find myself making baked veggie chips at home. We love kale chips, sweet potato chips and I’m dying to try my hand at beet chips.

Toddler Turnip Chips - The Lemon Bowl

This was our first time making turnip chips after spotting them at our farmer’s market the other day. My 2-year-old could barely keep his hands off of them which I always know is a good sign.

Frequently asked questions:

What tool is best for making vegetable chips?

A mandoline slicer is the best tool to handle the task. If you’ve never seen one before take a look at this link on Amazon. A mandoline is a sharp blade that allows you to cut food down to your desired thickness.

Why should you make your own vegetable chips?

It’s cheaper than purchasing a bag of vegetable chips at your local store

You can control the calories as you’ll know what ingredients you’re adding

Further support local farmers by purchasing local vegetables.

What other vegetables can be made into chips?

Kale, beets, sweet potatoes, and many others!

No forks required.

Oven Baked Turnip Chips

Baked Turnip Chips

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A healthy twist on a salty snack, these baked turnip chips will be devoured by kids and adults alike.
PREP: 10 minutes
COOK: 25 minutes
TOTAL: 35 minutes



  • Pre-heat oven to 400 degrees and line two baking sheets with tin foil. Spray foil with non-stick cooking spray.
  • Using a mandoline, thinly slice the turnips into chips and place in a large mixing bowl.
  • Drizzle turnip slices with olive oil, salt and pepper. Toss well to coat evenly.
  • Spread chips in an even layer on baking sheets. Be careful not to over-crowd.
  • Bake for 20-25 minutes, turning once halfway through to ensure even cooking.
  • Let cool 10 minutes to continue crisping then serve.


Note: The thinner you slice the chips, the more prone they are to burning. I prefer them on the crispier side but you are welcome to cut them slightly thicker.


Calories: 115kcalCarbohydrates: 5.9gProtein: 0.8gFat: 10.2gSaturated Fat: 1.4gPolyunsaturated Fat: 8.8gTrans Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 352mgFiber: 1.6gSugar: 3.5g

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11 responses to “Baked Turnip Chips”

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  2. D. Stevenson Avatar
    D. Stevenson

    They never did Crisp Up…Sliced thin..Prepared exactly as recipe called…Did everything recipe called for…Even cooked for another 20-25 and turned halfway through…TheyNever did Crisp up…Lot of work to slice those hard suckers up too! Will check for some other recipe for their trick

    1. Liz DellaCroce Avatar
      Liz DellaCroce

      Hmmm that’s really interesting? Were they cut thin?

      1. Kare Avatar

        Mine didn’t either but I think I used too much oil. A couple were crispy and they were delicious. I’ll try again!

        1. Liz DellaCroce Avatar
          Liz DellaCroce

          Please let me know how they turn out!

  3. Julie Avatar

    I am trying this recipe tonight, I was looking for something interesting to do with turnips, this fits the bill. Thanks!

    1. Liz DellaCroce Avatar
      Liz DellaCroce

      I hope you liked them!!

  4. Kirsten Avatar

    I’m intrigued by turnip (and beet) chips. I usually turn my farm share turnips into soup or add them in pasties, but a chip, especially a baked one, sounds like something I need to try.

  5. Norma | Allspice and Nutmeg Avatar
    Norma | Allspice and Nutmeg

    Now this is something I must try. I’ve never heard of this before. I’m glad you posted it though, looks good!

  6. Phoebe Lapine Avatar
    Phoebe Lapine

    Love turnip chips! Such a great, healthy alternative to typical potato chips and perfect for fall!

    1. Liz DellaCroce Avatar
      Liz DellaCroce

      Thank you Phoebe!! Based on how quickly these were devoured I will definitely be making them again!!

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