Baked Zucchini Chips – Great for Ideal Protein and Keto Diets

We had no idea The Twobers would turn into a Health and Fitness thing, but we’re at it again with another how-to video for a yummy diet friendly treat, baked zucchini chips!

How to make tasty zucchini chips. Baked Zucchini Chips are a crispy and healthy snack that is both keto and Ideal Protein friendly. See below for this low carb snack recipe.

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Recipe: Thinly slice two zucchinis either lengthwise (we recommend cutting the zucchini in half first) or into circular discs. This is best done with a mandolin slicer for reduced prep time and consistency in thickness of slices which results in the chips cooking more evenly.

Place zucchini slices between paper towels and press out the moisture. This is a very important step. If you don’t press the moisture out, your zucchini chips will not be crispy.

Place parchetmet paper on two cookie or baking sheets.

Evenly spray and spread a very light layer of nonstick coating onto the parchement paper.

Pre-heat the over to 225. If it doesn’t go that low 250, but you’ll need to reduce the cooking time.

Place the zucchini slices onto the parchement paper.

Very lightly coat the zucchini slices with olive oil, best done with a pastry brush or olive oil mister.

Season with fresh ground pepper, Ideal Protein Salt (or sea salt), and garlic powder to taste. You can experiment with different seasonings. We’ve tried onion powder, Italian seasoning, oregano, etc. Our favorite so far is pepper, salt, and garlic powder.

Put both trays in the oven, top and bottom rack (make sure the racks are close together and not too low to the heating element). Bake on 225 for 1 hour.

After 1 hour swap the trays. Move the top tray to the bottom rack and vice versa.

Bake on 225 for another hour. (Start checking at 40 to 45 minutes to ensure you don’t burn your chips). Note: Depending on how full you have the trays with zucchini, how large your trays are, etc, you will need to adjust the cooking time. When we’ve filled both of our trays completely we’ve had to increase the cooking time by as much at 20 – 25 minutes.

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