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Baked Veggie Chips

Colorful, roasted root vegetable chips are a fun, festive snack or side. These perfectly seasoned veggie chips are so tasty they don't even need dip! —Christine Schenher, San Clemente, California
  • Total Time
    Prep/Total Time: 30 min.
  • Makes
    7 servings


  • 1/2 pound fresh beets (about 2 medium)
  • 1 medium potato
  • 1 medium sweet potato
  • 1 medium parsnip
  • 2 tablespoons canola oil
  • 2 tablespoons grated Parmesan cheese
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon dried oregano
  • Dash pepper


  • Peel vegetables and cut into 1/8-inch slices. Place in a large bowl. Drizzle with oil. Combine the remaining ingredients; sprinkle over vegetables and toss to coat.
  • Arrange in a single layer on racks in two ungreased 15x10x1-in. baking pans. Bake at 375° for 15-20 minutes or until golden brown, turning once.
Nutrition Facts
1/2 cup: 108 calories, 5g fat (1g saturated fat), 1mg cholesterol, 220mg sodium, 15g carbohydrate (6g sugars, 2g fiber), 2g protein. Diabetic Exchanges: 1 starch, 1 fat.

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    Feb 4, 2012

    I haven't tried this exact recipe, but I've made "potato chips" out of regular potatoes & also sweet potatoes a lot. The recipe called for similar steps, except I just lay the thin slices on a greased baking sheet and spray or baste quickly with olive oil. Then I sprinkle lightly with garlic salt. That's it! The baking temperature I use is much higher...up around 475. All the "chips" aren't done at the same time. After about 10 minutes of the 1st phase of baking a handful come off the sheet about every 3 minutes or so until they are all done. I keep reloading the empty spots on the pan with fresh slices and keep 'em comin'! It is a bit time-consuming, but they are soooo good. Everyone in my family loves them. Every kid's friend or my friend that comes over loves them too. They are delicious, different than the usual snack, and very nutritious. I can't wait to try this new variety. I think the soggy problem comes from a lower oven temp? You need to zap them :) enjoiy!

  • buklbny
    Jan 26, 2012

    Awful, terrible, horrible. Soggy and tough - no one liked them! What a terrible thing to do to wonderful root vegetables. I have so many WONDERFUL recipes for these veggies, that I wouldn't bother with this again!

  • HudsonFerris
    Oct 20, 2011

    These did not come out at all. Cooked to the time in the recipe, they were soggy and the parsnips were already starting to burn. I left them in longer, watching carefully and still most of them burned. Or got very dark on the outer edges and were still soggy in the middle. Perhaps a lower temperature for a longer time would ensure more even browning? In any case, I would call this a fail.

  • katlaydee3
    Apr 3, 2011

    These did not come out for me. I tried cooking them longer but they stayed soggy. Maybe I did something wrong.

  • jjanke
    Oct 10, 2010

    I never ate sweet potatoes or beets, but these remind me of those served at some restaurants! So fabulous! I had to bake them a little longer, and I used the convection setting.