Sweet Potato Chips

After going for a short walk this morning, I put together a deeeeelicious lunch!

There was a huge sweet potato calling to me from the counter, so I decided to turn it into sweet potato chips. I modified this recipe, and they turned out pretty good!

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On one tray, I put the thicker-cut slices and seasoned with:

  • Garlic powder
  • Italian seasoning
  • Pepper
  • A pinch of salt

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On another tray, I put the thinner-cut slices (these ones actually look like chips!) and seasoned with:

  • Pumpkin pie spice
  • Cinnamon
  • Brown sugar

*I got really impatient and didn’t let either tray cook long enough. They just smelled too good! I put half in a container for later (the potato was HUGE!) and enjoyed the rest with my lunch.

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A veggie-filled lunch!

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Baby carrots

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Sweet potato “chips” – only a few were really crunchy, but they all tasted good!

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Leftover chickpeas (I’ve still got about half of the batch in the freezer!)

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Leftover Texas Caviar (courtesy of my mother in-law!). This stuff is SO good!

*I don’t have her recipe with me, but here are a few to try:

And for dessert……

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Frozen Banana Delight! Yep, that banana was mmm mmm good.

This afternoon I’ve been busy cleaning and shredding old documents. I’m feeling pretty out-of-whack still from my interrupted sleep last night….tonight sounds like a good night to watch a movie or two and maybe squeeze in a short yoga video and bubble bath Sleeping half-moon

Enjoy your afternoon!

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