The purpose of this study was to determine the effect tempe flour and virgin coconut oil (VCO) on nutritional quality (fat, protein), development volume, crispness, color and sensory corn-tempe chips. The experimental design of this study used a Completely Randomized Design (CRD) with a single factor experiment (tempe flour and VCO) consisting of 6 treatments i.e. PI (40% Tempe Flour: 0% VCO), P2 (Tempe Flour 39% : 1% VCO), P3 (38% Tempe Flour: 2% VCO), P4 (37% Tempe Flour: 3% VCO), P5 (36% Tempe Flour, 4% VCO), P6 (35% Tempe Flour: VCO 5%) with three times replications. The data were analyzed by analysis of variance at the level of 5% if there were significant differences then tested further using Orthogonal Polynominal and tested further with the HSD. Chemical test results showed that the tempeh flour and virgin coconut oil (VCO) has a significant effect on fat content, protein, development volume, crispness, color, texture (hedonic) and color (scoring), but no-significant effect on hedonic (color, taste and texture) and scoring (aroma, taste and texture). The results showed that the tempe and virgin coconut oil (VCO) to P6 was 35%: 5%, the best results were seen from the fat content of 8.65, protein content 15.75, development volume 1.92; crispness rate 13.58; yellow red color (L-46.63, "Hue 68.83). Keywords : Corn chips, tempe flour, VCO.