I love making all kinds of veggie chips. Sweet potato chips and zucchini chips are my fave. Well this recipe for Cheesy Zucchini Chips will definitely be a new fave. They are delicious, easy to make and dairy free!
I call them cheesy chips, but there is actually no cheese in the recipe! I used nutritional yeast, which has a cheesy flavor. It went so well with these chips. In case you were wondering, nutritional yeast is nothing like bread yeast. You can read more about it here. If you eat dairy, you can use some regular cheese if you like. This can also probably be done in the dehydrator as well. It might take about 12 hours to do that though.
I love making homemade chips. These yummy chips are my latest creation. The maple and cinnamon flavors go so well in this easy parsnip chip recipe. If you don’t know what parsnips are, they are in the same family as carrots and have a mild, sweet flavor. These maple cinnamon parsnip chips are so good! My kids and I ate the whole tray! If you like this recipe, you may also enjoy my zucchini chips and my maple cinnamon roasted chickpeas.
If you have never had zucchini chips, you need to try them! Not only are zucchini chips a healthier alternative to potato chips, but they are also super addicting and very easy to make! I actually thought these came out even better than my sweet potato chips.
Who doesn’t like sweet potato chips? Most everybody likes sweet potato chips, right? They don’t have to be fatty and greasy. This healthy sweet potato chip recipe are delicious and can be made easily too. I have more of a sweet tooth, but my husband loves potato chips. He always has had a bag of Kettle Chips in the house. Hopefully, he will just eat my healthy sweet potato chips from now on. These healthy sweet potato chips did disappear pretty fast!
I did two batches of these. One in the oven and one in the food dehydrator. Both came out great and my kids loved them. We made more the next day. If you eat a whole bunch, who cares? They are healthy. It’s like eating a whole tray of Kale Chips. Delicious and guilt free.
My husband loves Mexican food. This also means he loves tortilla chips. He loves yellow corn tortilla chips, blue corn tortilla chips, and every type of tortilla chip in the middle. If you have ever looked at the ingredients in a store-bought bag of tortilla chips, the ingredients are hardly healthy. Most tortilla chips are fried. Not these healthy corn tortilla chips! When we went unprocessed, he said we just had to come up with a healthy corn tortilla chip recipe to satisfy his cravings. I think this tortilla chip recipe does just that, plus they are simple to make.