Monday, August 29, 2011

Clean Sweet Potato Chips

I saw someone post this recipe on Jamie Easons group page, and I literally sat my computer down and walked straight to the kitchen to try it! I could eat the same thing all day every day, but B gets tired of food easily so I'm constantly trying to switch it up! Here is the recipe for sweet potato (I actually use yams) chips!

Ingredients:
- One medium sized yam, cut in to thin circles
- 1 tbsp oat flour
- 1 tbsp cinnamon
- 1/2 tbsp all spice
- 1 tbsp olive oil
- 1 freezer size Ziplock bag


Directions: *Preheat oven to 350*
1. Slice yams as thinly as possible into circles
2. Add all ingredients in Ziplock bag and shake until evenly distributed.
3. Spray baking sheet with non stick spray and lay yams out evenly.
4. Cook for 20 minutes, then remove and flip them over to cook on the other side. Place back in oven for 
20 more minutes.

I wasn't able to get them all super crispy, but they still taste great!
I'm sure you can get more creative with the spices to make them sweet, or spicy- I just LOVE cinnamon and yams together, so that's what I went with! Tomorrow we are adding in our extra day of back/bi's and I'm so glad we are... I hate the feeling of not going to the gym!

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5 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing I've been looking for a recipe similar to this for the longest! So glad I came across your blog its been so helpful :) Do you usually stay away from sodium ?

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  2. Thanks, glad I can help! And yes, I always stay away from salt and always have. It's not good for you and it makes you puffy :)

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  3. I'm making this right now! How much is a serving size & if I make a double batch, will they save well?

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  4. So I tried making these today and they were just soggy. I didn't use too much oil and I followed the directions exactly...and after 40 min in the oven in bake I tried broil and they still wouldn't get crispy. Are they supposed to stay soft or be crispy like a chip? I feel like they would be a lot better crispy.

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    1. They are not going to be as crispy as regular chips, but they shouldn't be soggy either. I would just recommend leaving them in the oven for longer, maybe 30 minutes on each side.

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