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Beet Chips

Beet Chips


  • Cut stem off beets and wash with potato brush
  • Cook the beets by baking, either in foil or in a covered dish 350° for a hour, in whatever fashion you prefer
  • Cut into 1/8" thick slices
  • Space out on dehydrating trays

Dehydrate at 135° for 4-6 hours

Step 1 - Cut stem off beets & wash with potato brush
Step 2 - Bake at 350° for a hour
Step 3 - Cut the beets into 1/8" thick slices
Step 4 - Place on dehydrating trays
Step 5 - Done


Submitted by schizo12901 (not verified) on
I have never heard of beet chips? Are these a snack food? How did they turn out? Or is it a preservative method for beets? Thx!

Submitted by dadmin on
They're pretty chewy, but they are edible. They look cool though, like beets always do. We had the same experience with the sweet potato recipe here: They are edible, but too leathery for easy snacking. If you find a way to improve, or find a better recipe, let us know and we'll try it out!

Submitted by Casey (not verified) on
I tried making both cooked and raw for making chips last night and found the raw much better. Better crunch and flavor :)

Submitted by Beth (not verified) on
When you process the beets raw do you peel them first?

Submitted by lisa on
I'd wash them really well, or peel.

Submitted by Dan (not verified) on
Why not slice and put in the dehydrator? Cooking/baking takes out the nutrients.

Submitted by Eat me (not verified) on
"Cooking/baking takes out the nutrients." No it doesn't. It doesn't take out anything. Are you saying it alters something?

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