The "Chipster" and the Slicer ($19.99 each, available Jan 1, 2012) are handy little tools that can help you turn a potato into a quick snack of healthy homemade potato chips. You can also try it out with kale, sweet potato, and other assorted fruits and veggies, though I haven't tried those yet. (Keep in mind, I just opened up the box an hour ago!)
I used one yellow potato (skin on) and sliced it up lickety-split with the slicer. Then I laid the slices on the Chipster (I needed to do 3 1/2 batches in order to use up the whole potato) and sprinkled each batch with a different seasoning. First I used sea salt, then I tried Barbecue seasoning, and then I tried Chili Lime seasoning. Pop it in the microwave for 2-4 minutes, depending on your microwave. (I found that 3 minutes was good on my microwave, and 3.5 minutes made them a little crispier and browner.) Let them cool off for a minute, and voila - you've got homemade, no-fat, low (or no) sodium potato chips!
So far I prefer the sea salt chips. The other two were good too, but I like the salty goodness of potato chips, and just a light sprinkle of sea salt gives a nice flavour without all the added sodium that you get from store-bought chips. I think next time I try out the other flavours, I will add a pinch of salt as well.