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Brussels Sprouts Chip Recipe

Transform Brussels Sprouts Into Crispy, Good-For-You Chips

Looking for a seasonal, high-fiber, and low-calorie salty snack? It's time to whip up a batch of crispy veggie chips made from roasted brussels sprouts. In less than 10 minutes, you'll be snacking on a vitamin-rich recipe you'll want to grab by the handful.

These chips are a great way to make use of leftover sprouts in your crisper, and since they're Paleo-friendly, gluten-free, and vegan, they can easily serve as a quick, clean, and low-calorie appetizer when you have impromptu guests with dietary restrictions.

Roasted Brussels Sprouts Chips

Roasted Brussels Sprouts Chips

Brussels Sprouts Chip Recipe

Ingredients

10 brussels sprouts
1 tablespoon olive oil
1/4 teaspoon kosher salt

Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 350°F.
  2. With a paring knife, cut off the bottom tip of each sprout. The outer leaves will fall off. Trim a tiny bit more off the bottom so more leaves fall off. Continue until you've removed all the leaves. Toss the leaves with the oil, and lay them in one layer on a rimmed baking sheet. Sprinkle with salt.
  3. Roast seven to 10 minutes, until leaves are lightly browned and crisp.


Source: Calorie Count

Nutrition

Calories per serving
50
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Jessica2555040 Jessica2555040 2 years
okay let's talk about olive oil, I've been hearing if you heat it up too much, it becomes carcinogenic, so it's best to drizzle it already cooked/ baked foods. So I've been cooking & baking with coconut oil, since it has a higher heat tolerance. just wanted to put that out there.
jloki jloki 2 years
Awesome idea and tasty too!.... I just hate that cooking these cruciferous foods stinks up the house - not impressive when you have company to sit in the funk. Am I the only one who is grossed out by the lingering stench of cooking onions, broccoli, etc. nothing like your coat smelling like dinner for a week. Why does healthy food have to be so smelly, lol.
Emily-Bibb Emily-Bibb 2 years
OMG! I'm literally obsessed with brussels sprouts and had no idea a "chip" version was even possible, yeeeeee!!!
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