Thursday, April 4, 2013

SPD: Zucchini Chips

Saw it. Pinned it. Did it.

Zucchini Chips

Original Pin:
Pinned Image

My Version

 Mine clearly look nothing like the original. I don't know if I messed up baking them or what, but they were not crunchy, they were soft-ish. Clearly they weren't that bad though, because I ate them. The instructions were bake for 45 minutes at 225'. The recipe also cautioned not to let them sit out for to long before eating them as they could get chewy. Well, I didn't let them sit for long, and they were chewy. This could potentially be a pinterest fail, but hey, I still ate them!


  1. I love zucchini. I think the trick to making those chips is to get them sliced really really thin. I don't even know what type of tool you could use to get them as thin as the ones in the original pic. a special veggie slicer or food processor maybe?

    There is a restaurant here in Austin at the Domain called North that makes zucchini chips. So yummy! I think you did pretty darn good though! Even if they were a bit softer they'd make a great side dish to any meal.

  2. We have a pampered chef vegetable slicer that will make them super thin and that helps a ton! Also, did you blot all the access water out of them? We have had luck with that too!

  3. I tried making apple chips once and they were a disaster! I think it was because my slices were too thick. I need to try them again and these zucchini ones!

  4. You should have asked for help, next time let me slice them. The trick is cutting them really thin....

  5. I have been wanting to try these, glad they were still edible even if less crunchy.

  6. LOVE zucchini chips. Thank you so much for sharing this! I need to try making these although as I'm not the best cook in the world (not the worst either), I'm not sure mine will come out very good.

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