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  • Janet Deccio

    Baked zucchini chips #HealthySnacks

  • Sarah Mellor

    Baked Zucchini Chips >> Yum! Low fat and delish. Serve with salsa for a healthy snack

  • Joanne Bruening Podojil

    Baked Zucchini Chips (except I would use olive oil vs. cooking spray)

  • Jennifer Hilbrant Baustian

    Baked Zucchini Chips -- A great way to have chips without all the fat. I would use olive oil or coconut oil

  • Christina Pociask

    Baked Zucchini Chips ...great party food with or without dip...1 zucchini cut into thin rounds, canola cooking spray, seasoned salt, other seasonings, fresh herbs of your choice...Preheat oven to 225 F, line a baking sheet with parchment paper or nonstick foil, spray with canola oil, bake 45 min, rotate and bake additional 35 - 40 min

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Baked zucchini chips are a great alternative to greasy, fried potato chips or french fries. They give you the same satisfaction when you have a salty, cruncy craving. All you need is zucchini, milk, panko crumbs, milk (go for skim or 1% milk fat), a little grated cheese, and some salt and pepper. Click the picture to get it baking!

Oven at 300*, cook for 30-40min. Toss thickly sliced zucchini in olive oil. In another bowl, combine parmesan cheese, bread crumbs, and a few turns of pepper. Coat zucchini, bake until browned & crisp. Serve hot! For salt and vinegar, soak slices in vinegar for 1hr and sprinkle with salt. Chipotle powder or curry powder for other flavors.

Delicious, healthy, full of Vitamin A and healthy olive oil, I am making some today! I love carrots, raw, cooked, in dishes, by themselves, with hummus, whatever, now I am going to try them as chips too. I love these posters that come with the recipe right on them!

Slice potato almost but not all the way through. Tuck butter between slices. Bake until tender. Dribble with sour cream. Shower with grated cheese. Bake again until melted and gooey. Lavish with more sour cream and chopped scallion or chili or whatever you please.

$54. Dinner in Brooklyn. 35mm film. Color print available on my Etsy store. Photo by Noa Azoulay-Sclater / feather love photography