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Organic & Whole Living Recipe: Excalibur Dehydrator Zucchini Chips

Zucchini chips are so yummy and so easy to make. One zucchini produces a pretty good yield but you should figure at least a half zucchini, medium size, per person. Needless to say I ate this batch all by myself ( I let the others taste) . I don't feel guilty either it's a ZUCCHINI!


Zucchini Chips   


- 1-2 Medium organic zucchini

 - Olive Oil 1-2T

 - Pink Himalayan Salt, Pepper, Dried Oregano, Thyme


1st Step: Start with a good clean and organic zucchini.

2: Using a mandolin or a very sharp knife, slice your zucchini into very thin rounds. (think chip here)

3: Place slices in a bowl, drizzle with a wee bit of olive oil or oil of your choice and sprinkle with salt, pepper, oregano & thyme. You can use any of your favorite Italian herbs here.Toss to coat.

4: Lay the slices on a single layer of your dehydrator trays.

5: Turn on your dehydrator. 117 degrees

6: Dehydrate for 3.5-5 hours depending on your humidity.

Needless to say clean up was a breeze, I hand washed the Excalibur Dehydrator trays in warm soapy water and that was it. Although I think it would have been a little easier if I had the dehydrator sheets as the oil did drip down the trays.

Visit my original review of the Excalibur Dehydrator here.





So simple, yet completely scrumptious sounding! I've got four little zucs in the fridge right now, and will definitely be giving these wonderful chips a go (thank you for the inspiration and recipe!).

Joyful Tuesday wishes,

Vintage Indie

Hey Jessica,

Joyful Tuesday wishes to you too. Thanks for reading. Let me know what you think of them.

Have a lovely evening,

Fran I have to have a dehydrator? Wonder if I can use a warm oven instead...?

I live in a small place with no space for dehydrators...

Vintage Indie

Hi Fran,

I don't see why you couldn't do that. I've made fruit leather in the oven. Just keep an eye on it, it could dry out way quicker.


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