Thursday, February 13, 2014

Baked Sweet Potato Chips

I'm a lover of anything with sweet potatoes (especially fries!), so when I came across a baked sweet potato chip recipe in Whole Living, I knew I had to make them.  

Baking them required a lot of attention (since the chips are sliced so thin they burn easily), but if you can get them just right, they are quite a tasty (and healthy) baked snack!




What you need:
- Sweet Potato(es)
- 1 tbs of Extra-Virgin Olive Oil
- Sea Salt 
- Cumin
- Paprika


 How to:

1.  Peel and thinly slice the sweet potatoes... thinner the better - if they are too thick, they won't get crispy.



2.  After slicing your sweet potato, mix with the remaining ingredients in a large bowl.



3.  Place a thin layer of the coated sweet potatoes on a baking sheet.  



4.  Bake for 20-25 minutes at 400 degrees, flipping half-way through. Store in an air-tight container for up to 2 days.




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10 comments :

  1. These look so good! I am not sure if I could watch them that closely - I am terrible at that. But yours look delicious!

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  2. The night after we got home from NM Jameson made green chili turkey burgers because he loved them so much. I have a feeling next time we make them I will be adding these sweet potato chips as a side!!

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  3. I made these last week! Came across the same recipe! Love love love them! Mine cooked much faster than 20 mins. I may have accidently burnt mine on the first try lol

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  4. I thought these would be way more complicated than that... I am so making this weekend! Thanks!

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  5. This looks so easy and deeeelish! I actually just had a sweet potato with dinner. YUM! I'm obsessed.

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  6. YES! These look great! I have to try them!

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  7. Those look so good!

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  8. Oh my lord I have got to make these for Spyros...he would be in hog heaven! xx

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