If you like crunching on raw carrots, you’ll love munching on these carrot CHIPS! Even if you’re not a fan of raw carrots, these chips might open your mind about the nutritious veggie. This recipe is SO simple to make, and carrots are also one of the most affordable foods in the produce section! Instead of a $1.50 packaged, processed snack from a vending machine, try slicing and baking up a few carrots for a wholesome, 20-cent snack!
2 adult carrots
Preheat oven to 350°F (180°C).
Wash and peel carrots. Slice off top of carrots and cut with a mandolin to make very thin slices. (It helps to put your mandolin on close to its thinnest setting! Also, be careful using a mandolin, and be sure to wear proper safety gloves.)
Lay carrot slices on a wire baking rack on top of a baking sheet lined with parchment.
Spray carrot rounds with cooking spray and season as desired (I used garlic salt).
Flip and repeat.
Bake 15-20 minutes until dry and crisp. Watch so they don’t burn!
Yields ~1 cup carrot chips.
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