Butternut Squash Chips
The crunch and saltiness of chips, without the mess and expense of deep frying! Butternut squash is allowed on the GAPS diet and is a lower carb alternative to potato. These work best if cut into very thin slices with a very sharp knife. During the process of dehydrating, they curl up like conventional potato chips- fun!
2 large butternut squash necks
2 tablespoons olive oil (buy here)
¼ teaspoon sea salt
Peel butternut squash neck (reserve the bulb for another use)
Slice as thinly as possible into rounds
Toss with olive oil in a bowl, using your hands or a fork if you wish
Lay in a single layer on dehydrator tray, sprinkle with salt.
Dehydrate 12 hours, or until crisp, on high if your dehydrator has temperature settings.
We highly recommend the Excalibur dehydrator: it’s perfect for making yogurt too- you can fit quart jars in the 5-tray, but if you have an abundant garden that you’d like to preserve produce from, the 9-tray is a worthwhile upgrade. I haven’t found the need for the timer.
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