Baked beet chips are a healthy snack, but how do you achieve a crisp chip when it isn’t fried? These are my tips to getting a crisp beet chip from the oven that I’m betting you too will be squealing over.
Hearing good news about good people makes me squeal. I mean literally squeal. EEEEEK! There she goes again. My daughter makes fun of me for all my squealing (“MOM! You do it ALL the time!) because I think in her mind squealing is just so.not.mom-ish. I mean, I’m not 13 you know.
So when I hear about the engagement of a friend who’s patiently been waiting for the question to be popped, or the news that someone FINALLY got that new job promotion, or that a friend or family member just adopted a new to them puppy aka old-dog-in-need-of-a-new-home, squealing and smiling and clasping my hands in happiness go, well, hand in hand.
So when I heard that a blogging couple I admire so much, and who had been through years of wishing and wanting and waiting, were finally blessed with the adoption of their new baby boy, you can bet I let out a squeal. And for that , I think my Smudge would approve.
So what does this have to do with beets? Well, I squeal for beets too. And this is the recipe where beets and babies meet.continue to the recipe… about How to Make Baked Beet Chips