Thursday, May 8, 2014

.veg cheesy crisps.

ok, so you know how we're all supposed to be eating better, adding veggies to our lives, skipping on the extra sugar? (and by skipping on the extra sugar, i mean i'm not skipping it at all. i'm not perfect, ya know.)
well in the name of all that is wholesome and grows from the ground, i have a really simple, three-ingredient recipe for you that will delight even the unhealthiest of eaters. 

start by grating some zucchini and carrot until you have about half a cup of each. if you want to use zucchini only, that is fine too. i can't vouch for the carrot only variety, but it may be tasty. either way, make sure you have one cup of veggie goodness.

i grated mine in the food processor and then smooshed the moisture out of it with a towel. however you grate yours, just make sure you press the water out after. go ahead and preheat your oven to 350.

wait- what is this third ingredient that resembles something heavenly from the land of dairy and love? yes, my friends, it is cheese. parmesan to be precise. you're going to need about half of a cup total. 

mix your veggies and cheese and then dollop it out by the spoonful on a parchment lined cookie sheet. i pretended i was making chocolate chunk peanut butter cookies. no, no. i wouldn't do that to myself and neither should you. bake your crisps for around 10 minutes until you start seeing the edges turning brown.

 let the crisps rest on the pan for another five or so before you remove them with a spatula. try not to eat all of them at once. wait- do whatever you want! these are spectacularly delicious.


veg cheesy crisps (makes 10-12 crisps)
what you need
1 cup grated veggies (zucchini and/or carrot)
1/2 cup grated parmesan cheese

what you do
grate your vegetables then press the excess moisture out with a towel until you have about one cup worth. preheat your oven to 350.
mix half a cup of parmesan cheese in with the vegetables and dollop by the spoonful on a parchment paper lined baking sheet.
bake for approximately 10 minutes and allow to rest outside the oven for another 5 minutes on the warm pan.
remove with a spatula.

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