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    Actify chips...

    Does anyone know if you can make these and then freeze them for later ? Has anyone tried it?

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    Hi - I've never tried it, but my instinct is that they wouldn't be very nice when reheated.

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    I don't think it would work - if you want to make SW friendly oven chips then you can just parboil them, lay them out flat on a baking tray and freeze them, once they're frozen transfer into a bag and then you can just take them out and bung them in the oven with a spray of frylight.

    I'm not sure why you'd bother though as actifry chips only take 20 minutes!

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    Hi thanks for the replies. I have to make two seperate meals for me and my son every night so was just looking for ways to save time . Think I will leave it though x

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    Ah, that's awkward. Is it because you eat at different times or that he won't eat actifry chips?

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    He doesn't like actify chips , he's such a picky eater. He doesn't like pasta, cheese, pizza, eggs etc not that I'm eating much stuff like that anyway lol. He loves salad and veg though. X





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