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Sea Salted Rosemary Baked Potato Chip Recipe

It's no surprise that I love summer, I'm a Sunny California Girl through and through, and the same thing goes with summer eats, I love them! Hot sunny days lounging by the pool, Micah at the grill and the scent of that chargrilled burger and hot dog filling the air. I would normally just cut up some watermelon and grab a bag of potato chips to compliment my traditional summer meal but after Jacqui from Baby Boy Bakery shared this recipe with me I'm whistling a different tune! I can't wait to make this recipe for our next BBQ! This will also be the perfect recipe to add to the upcoming Labor Day Holiday menu!
I'm excited for you all to meet my friend Jacqui from Baby Boy Bakery! 
She is not only the organic baking queen but a beautiful momma and a fashion lover! Today she is sharing one of her yummy recipes with us so get your pinning fingers ready because this is definitely a recipe you'll want to add to your recipe board!
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A favorite in our house are potato chips! You know those really yummy ones covered in salt and leave grease marks!? Of course fulfilling our craving isn't easy on the wallet or the waistline. I'm a true believer of everything in moderation....so try my recipe for my baked potato chips.
They are healthier and cheaper....and yummy-er!


What you need
`5-6 yellow potatoes
`1/2 cup olive oil
`1tbs coarse sea salt
`1tbs dried rosemary
`1tsp pepper

Directions
`Slice potatoes evenly. Make sure to keep them the same size to ensure they cook even.
`Soak potatoes in water for about 2 hours.
`Drain potatoes and lay out on kitchen towels over night to dry.


--The Next Day--
`Mix oil, salt, rosemary and pepper into a bowl. Add them to the potatoes and toss to coat evenly.


`Spread onto baking sheets. Make sure no potatoes over lap.
`Bake at 325 degrees for about 45-60 minutes. Be sure to turn pans and use tongs to flip the chips over halfway through the baking.


`Once done, lay them on paper towels to soak up any access oil. Then ENJOY!

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Thanks so much Jacqui, you definitely have me craving an italian sub to go along with these chips! Make sure to hop on over to her BLOG where you'll find more delicious recipes, momma musings and even some fab fashion mixed in! Trust me, she's rad!


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3 comments:

~Damita's Pretty Wrap~ said...

These look soo yummy! I'm headed over to her blog right now! Thanks Nat :) Happy Wednesday xo Holly

No(dot dot)el said...

Mmm those look amazing. Thanks for the recipe and the new blogger friend xox

No(dot dot)el said...

just made these for the fam. gone in like 2.5 seconds. so good!