Beets — you either love 'em or hate 'em, right? Not so fast. This recipe for baked beet chips will make a beet-lover out of anyone. Thin, crispy, and slightly sweet, these chips are the healthier snack option you've been looking for.
Cut super thin (now's the time to break out your mandoline!) and baked in a very scant layer of olive oil on a baking sheet, these chips still deliver the same satisfying crunch of their potato brethren, without the mess of frying.
My favorite part about these chips is the earthy natural sweetness the beets bring to the table. The best way to balance this is to sprinkle them with some dried chives and flaky sea salt when they're hot out of the oven and serve them with a savory dip.
These are perfect for an afternoon snack or as an appetizer to set out at your next gathering. They take more work than, say, opening a bag of potato chips, but it's totally worth it.
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