Hello everyone, I hope you're having a wonderful week!
Today I'm sharing another recipe, this time a healthy alternative to potato chips. Because yes, well, I'm sort of addicted to chips, but I also know that they are bad for my waistline, not no mention cholesterol levels and all those things we don't want to think about when we are enjoying our food.
These zucchini chips taste wonderfully, you'll love them as much as potato chips, if not even more. They are low on calories and, on top of that, are oven baked. They are very easy and quick to make, and if you store them in a ziplock bag, they will hold for several days without loosing their crispiness.
So, let's make them!
Cut a zucchini into very thin slices.
Place the slices in an oven try and sprinkle them with salt and olive oil.
Bake at 170ºC for about about 20 minutes, or until the zucchini slices start to turn golden and crisp. Remove from the oven and let the zucchini slices cool over a bit of kitchen paper to remove any excess oil.
I'm partial to eating them while still slightly warm from the oven, but as I said above, you can easily store them for a couple of days. They make a wonderful, healthy snack, and the kids love them too!