US Brits love a good bag of crisps.
Whether it’s Walkers, Doritos or McCoy’s, they are the perfect afternoon snack and we get through bags of them each year.
But now you can make your own potato snack at home and people are going crazy for it.
Yes, you read that correctly, you can now make your own crisps.
And the best thing is, all you need is a potato and a £2 crisp maker from ASDA!
A woman shared this bargain product to her TikTok account ‘laneyfaithmesa.’
The woman said: “Don’t walk, run to ASDA to get this crisp maker!
“£2 and they’re so easy and healthy.”
The video shows the woman’s journey to create her very own, homemade crisps.
We see her walking to ASDA, buying the crisp maker and then when she’s returned home she shares her easy tutorial for how to make the perfect crisps.
Firstly, you slice your potato (potatoes if you’re hungry).
The crisp maker comes with a mandolin style slicer to slice the potatoes.
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Next, you season your potato crisps – you can add whatever seasoning you desire.
Then you arrange your crisps in the microwavable crisp maker.
Once you have done that, you put the crisp maker in the microwave for three and a half minutes.
Finally, you empty and eat!
It’s as simple as that.
The whole process only takes about five minutes and you are left with two bowls full from just one potato.
Clearly this crisp maker has impressed numerous people as it has racked up a whopping 2.8 million views.
It has been shared 15,000 times and has 346.5k likes and over 6,000 comments.
The woman said: “They’re so nice!”
One person said: “I live right next to ASDA brb.”
Another added: “Omg I need this for my daughter.”
A third commented: “Deffo need to try this.”
Even ASDA commented on the post, saying: “Yesss love this.”
The crisp maker is available from ASDA for £4 but this woman got it on a special buy for just £2.
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