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Shoppers are going wild for Asda’s £2 crisp maker

If you love snacking on crisps, then this clever gadget means you can make them as home now too using just your microwave

9/18/2021 12:18:00 AM

The maker of this video tells viewers to run to Asda to pick one up immediately after tasting the healthy and easy to make crisps

If you love snacking on crisps, then this clever gadget means you can make them as home now too using just your microwave

A £2 crisp maker is set to be a sell out after was featured in a video that clocked up millions of likes.Just one potato made a whole bowl of freshly cooked crisps that were whipped up using just a microwave.The video starts by suggesting that viewers: “Don’t walk, run to Asda to pick up this crisp maker. £2 and they’re so easy and healthy”.

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User @laneyfaithmesa then shows you exactly how easy by walking through the steps of how to use the product which is currently reduced from £4 to £2.30. Get exclusive celebrity stories and fabulous photoshoots straight to your inbox with OK!'s daily newsletter. You can sign up at the top of the page

First, the device is used to thinly slice the potato before seasoning them and placing them in the crisp maker.The slices are then placed in the microwave for three and a half minutes producing freshly cooked crisps ready to snack on.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. headtopics.com

Commenters flocked to thank the user for the video, saying that they would definitely be making the purchase.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.”

As the maker uses no oil or fat it is considered a far healthier alternative to your usual bag of ready salted. Read more: OK! Magazine »

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