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Honey Mustard Zucchini Chips

Honey Mustard Zucchini Chips

I love making chips with vegetables.  They are such a great way to satisfy a salty, junk food, craving!  I used to love the flavor of honey mustard.  I had a craving for it, so I decided to create these honey mustard zucchini chips.  They are so yummy!  Totally satisfied my craving!

Ingredients:

1 zucchini

1 Tbsp avocado oil (any oil can be used, I had avocado, so I used avocado)

1 Tbsp apple cider vinegar

1 Tbsp honey

1 tsp dry mustard seasoning

Directions: Preheat oven to 275′ and line a cookie sheet with parchment paper (I lightly mist the paper with oil).  Slice zucchini into thin slices, as evenly as possible. Place zucchini in either a mixing bowl to stir ingredients, or as I prefer, a bag so you can shake to coat evenly.  Melt the oil and add it to the bowl or bag.  Mix or shake.  Add the remaining ingredients.  Mix or shake to coat evenly.  Lay slices on cookie sheet.   Try not to overlap.  It takes about 40 minutes to crisp the slices depending on thickness.  At 40 minutes, most of mine are crispy.  Those that aren’t, I let sit in the oven a little longer, after removing the ones that are done.

*FYI – if you have the time, you can bake them at 200′ for about 2-1/2 hours for more even crisping*

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4 comments on “Honey Mustard Zucchini Chips

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  3. Becky
    June 21, 2015

    At 225 for 3 1/2 hours with the zucchini cut as thin as potatoes chips they are still a soggy mess. Did you really try this or just think it sounded good?

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    • mireillesjourneytohealth
      June 21, 2015

      I am so sorry you are having trouble. That is unfortunate. Yes, I’ve made them several times now. I have found zucchini chips are quite finicky. The moisture of each zucchini is different. Some zucchini’s do take a little/lot longer to crisp. You really have to adjust the baking time based on how well they are crisping. You can also try absorbing some of the moisture with a paper towel before mixing the zucchini slices with the seasoning mixture. I hope that’s helpful. 🙂

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