Yes it IS possible to create a "pringles" like product using just a few simple items that you probably already have in your home. I will post the ingredients after I list the few items you need.
First you will need a mixing bowl, a measuring cup, measuring spoons, and a pasta maker (to help flatten the dough). If you do not have a pasta making machine, do not fret, you can still roll these by hand with a rolling pin, but it is a DIFFICULT task to get them this enough. After you have the dough rolled out, and your shapes cut you have 2 options for cooking them; Flash Frying, or baking. While frying will result in a more authentic taste and texture, and is much faster, baking is also acceptable and will limit the amount of fat and cholesterol you consume. With that being said, here is your list of ingredients.
1 Cup Warm Water
1/4 tsp salt
1 Cup Instant mashed potatos
1 Cup Rice flour
1 Table spoon Corn Starch
1/4 tsp baking powder
Dissolve salt in a mixing bowl with the warm water. Add remaining ingredients and mix into a STIFF ball. Turn the ball out onto a cutting board and cut in half. Roll each half of dough through the pasta machine on it's LOWEST or Thinnest setting. If you do NOT have a pasta machinem then get out your rolling pin and put the dough pieces between 2 sheets of cling wrap and roll to as thin as you possibly can. The cling wrap will make rolling easier, and will keep the dough from sticking to your pin and rolling surface. (Try this when rolling out pie dough also, it works GREAT) Cut the dough into circles using a small buscuit cutter, or the cap from a can of cooking spray. Cook according to your desired cooking method mentioned below.
If frying the chips you will need peanut oil heated to 375 degrees and flash fry for 10-15 seconds.
If Baking, pre-heat your oven to 450, line a cookie sheet with parchment and bake for 2-3 minutes, chips will be completely crisp when cooled.