Crisp Vegetable Chips
I am a salty crunchy type of person. My favorite snacks are always salty and crunchy. These Crisp Vegetable Chips meet both of those requirements AND I can make them at home! These would be great as jar gifts too.
While there isn’t an actual recipe, the following vegetables were included at portions based on either availability or flavor profile of the one making it. It is NEVER the same at our house! One of our girls uses 50% carrots while another loads up the sweet potatoes when she makes it. Just go with what you like to munch on!
1. Wash produce and peel if you don’t like the skin
2. If you are talented, slice the vegetables in 1/4 inch slices – otherwise get out your Mandoline or your food processor (just go with the food processor to save time and knuckles)
3. Place sliced vegetables in a large bowl and lightly drizzle Canola oil (grapeseed and coconut oil add a hint of flavor too) and gently toss to coat vegetable slices
4. Spread out on dehydrator trays and process on medium heat until done (can also place in oven @ 200 degrees until done) – Depending on your dehydrator this could be anywhere from couple of hours up to 8-10 hours.
5. Lightly salt to your preference (LOVE sea salt on ours)
If you have any left once the masses attack, store in an airtight container or jar.
Do you have a favorite dried vegetable? How do you process it? Share with us in the comments, we are always looking for other ways to preserve food products.
margaret peg m says
we love veggies in our house, but never thought of serving them this way. no dehydrator, but my double oven shd work just fine!
Terri S says
These look so good, I love veggie chips. Thank you for sharing the recipe.
john hutchens says
these sound very good. They would make a great healthy snack for the kids. I think they would really like them
Atsalaki Xanthippi Crete says
I make them too!!!!!!!! I will follow your way next time!!!!! they are delicious!!!!!!!
Lori Pouncey says
These sound awesome and yummy! love to find snacks, tips and ideas that are healthy for myself and my little one! I am definitely going to try this for us! Thank you for sharing 🙂
Kelly Nicholson says
these thinks look good and super healthy..i wanna try them thanks
Sarah L says
I’m a salty, crunchy kind of person too. These would be good.
Now that I have a dehydrator, I can makes this…chips don’t turn out very well in the oven. Thanks for the idea!
Deborah D says
this looks so good! I will definitely make this!
vickie couturier says
that looks so good,,my daughter cans so ill pass this along to her
Jennifer Heintz says
My grandkids, who claim they do not like vegetables, will enjoy these I think. Anything salty and crispy tastes better. Thank You.
Sandra Watts says
I absolutely love these. While I do not personally make them I do buy them at the store. They make great snacks.
those look good i have my gf make for me and then take them with me on the road
Anne Marie Carter says
I love this recipe! It’s great to have another way to eat squash. I saved this recipe on my Pinterest board.
Jesse S says
Wow these look delicious and nutritious!! Thanks for sharing!
Deborah W. says
These look and sound great. I had a dehydrator and finally got rid of it after many years of no use. Now I wish I had it back. 🙁
laura rubenstein says
OMG I want these veggie chips!!!
These look delish! We love Terra Chips. I can’t believe I’ve never thought to make these before. These will be perfect additions to the lunchboxes in a few weeks when school starts again!
Jerry Marquardt says
I liked the process here, and I would leave the skin on. I am going to try this out. It looks like this will be very tasty.
Anita L says
This is a great idea and could be easily be made with many things I grow in my garden! Thanks for sharing!
denise low says
I love this idea. Thank you for the information. Sounds great.