Baked Sweet Potato Chips Recipe
Whether you are making sweet potato chips in the oven or an excalibur dehydrator, it often takes a little trial and error to achieve the perfect crispy texture that you're looking for.
Why we love the Excalibur Dehydrator
Did we mention that it is amazing?
If you're looking for a way to get more fruits and veggies into your diet in snack form, dehydrating is the way to go. Besides sweet potato chips, you can make apple and banana chips, kale chips, and so much more.
Think about all the healthy guilt free snacking you can be doing! Other than thinly slicing up fruits and vegetables with a vegetable slicer, the dehydrator does the work for you without having to have the oven on for hours.
Make Sweet Potato Chips - On the Go Snacking
Without that ideal, crunchy exterior, you’re left with the equivalent of a thinly sliced baked potato. Which, mind you, is still absolutely delicious and worthy of making, but is enjoyed in an altogether different way...probably with toppings and a fork. And although it still tastes amazing, it just doesn’t deliver that satisfying crunch you’ve been seeking.
The good news? The method used in this recipe achieves the results you want. The trade off is it takes a little while to happen, so be sure to allow plenty of time for this one. It can take up to 2 hours from start to finish, but the results are oh so worth it.
If you like to make snacks that are preserved from fresh fruits and vegetables, you'll also love our fruit leather recipe and our homemade applesauce. We're talking about delicious sweet treats. For that matter, you might want to try our apple butter--my daughter eats it on her pancakes ALL the time.
Baked Sweet Potato Chips