Will definitely make these part of our nightly snack regimen. I don’t know either way, these are a winner. Thanks! Unless something goes terribly wrong, I am expecting them to be exactly what I want. Divide sliced sweet potatoes among baking sheets ensuring potatoes are not stacked. I just tried this without the olive oil to reduce the fat and used a little water instead figuring that would at least help to distribute the spices. Used my benriner to whittle out thin slices (will aim for even thinner next time), might also crank the gas up above 250 to speed things up if thinner doesn’t do the trick. These were *INCREDIBLE, thank you! Thanks, PTS Arlene, I’ll try it! I find that in my electric oven, between 275 and 300 works out better. I wish I had double ovens because I am doubling the batch :) the first batch has just salt and pepper and the second I will season with some cumin, garlic, and curry powder. Everyone loves crisps to snack on, so why not snack on the healthier version (as a bonus they are vegan). We’re so glad you enjoyed them, Sarah! Type of baking sheet matters. AND a big factor was going by the pic (finally – I saw CRISPY and not burned chips) Disappointed to see in the comments that most people still are having the burned or soggy problem (that I have seen myself with several past tries). Could I reduce the temperature even if it means taking more time? Sorry for any confusion! We’re so glad you enjoyed them, Leigh! Very tasty!! I made these for the first time and followed the recipe to a T. It’s hard for me because I don’t have a special slicer, so I used two knives. Sorry to hear that, Eileen! Sprinkle with salt and serve in basket. Back down to 240 degrees worked great. https://instagram.com/p/8L_WRVpye3/. Recently I bought a meat slicer use this device for slicing the potatoes :-). I have only made it once myself and they turned out really well! You likely wash your hands several times a day, but are you doing so effectively? Light crisp and full of flavor! But switching up your side dishes can bring a refreshing change to a classic comfort food dish. We are so glad you enjoy them! You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site. That’s not very nice, Akex (Alex?). Thanks so much for sharing. Low temps make it hard to burn but the chips are far too hard. Whoop! They look orange. Get our copy of FAN FAVORITES featuring 20 of our most loved, highly-rated recipes! Hi Kerrie, they are best when fresh, but will keep a few days if cooled completely and then stored in an airtight container. If you are following a medically restrictive diet, please consult your doctor or registered dietitian before preparing this recipe for personal consumption. Hi Davey, we would guess that the serving size is smaller on the package you are looking at? Thanks for sharing! They also turned brown instead of beautifully orange like the photo. I cooked them 2 hrs without flipping. I used my food processor to make a quick task of slicing. Every vegetable has turned out crispy and will stay that way for days, if they last that long). Information is not currently available for this nutrient. The smaller ones were done by then, and the others I cooked for another 20 mins. Made these and they were great! Add the seasonings and toss to coat. Again thanks. I think that a dark baking sheet will produce crisper. Try out our fauxtato chips next! As mentioned in the notes, I recommend organic sweet potatoes for taste and health reasons, since you don’t peel off the skin where pesticides can reside. I got even slices, starting high (375) and turning down cooked them, rather than drying them out, and gave them a “fry”over dry. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs. Preheat oven to 400 degrees, with racks in center and lower positions. Note: thickness of slices will impact cooking time. dont give up find your nitch ;). I definitely believe, when you have an international audience, the measurements used should be clarified. We love these. It sounds like they maybe needed additional oil? I found these to be rather delicious - I love sweet potatoes in any form! I used a mandolin, I tried all above, but it gets vrown to easy… I’m ao frustraded…. Funny – I make sweet potato chews for my dogs also using this method (she devours them – can’t make them enough for her!). definitely use the mandolin or they well be to thick. Preheat oven to 250 degrees F (121 C) and position oven rack in the center of the oven. BUT there are some must-do’s and must-not-do’s. Know that chips that are too thick in parts won't crisp up all the way. Patience folks…just takes a little patience. At 2 hrs cook time I think I missed something. I used a little vegetable oil and applied a thin coat..and sprinkle a little brown sugar and pink salt on top. I guess we’ll have to figure that out ourselves. Simple…. Trying right now! They came out quite brown (even brown at the half way point). Remove once crisp and golden brown. They turned out crunchy with a tad hint of salt and I can’t stop eating them. Anyways, on a serious note, I’m goin’ in! I brushed each slice with virgin coconut oil and set oiled-side-down onto 2 parchment lined sheet pans, then brushed the other side with the oil & salted. Okay, so I tried a slightly different approach. Watch closely, they burn easily. I used a mandolin and followed recipe to a t other than using avocado oil instead of OO.