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Oven Baked Beet Chips

By May 31, 2018Recipes
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I’m always looking for a great snack idea that tastes delicious but is still healthy. These salty and crispy beet chips were exactly what I was looking for. Using just three simple ingredients and a mandolin slicer, this baked beet chip recipe might just be my new favorite way to eat beets.

Oven Baked Beet Chips

When prepared this way, the beets crisp up perfectly like real potato chips. Not to mention, they’re naturally sweet — and completely addicting. You never have to feel guilty about eating chips again.

Oven Baked Beet Chips

Double the recipe and store in an airtight container to have enough baked beet chips for the week (unless you eat them all in one day like I do).

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Oven Baked Beet Chips

When prepared this way, the beets crisp up perfectly like real potato chips.

Category Appetizer, Paleo, Snack, Vegetarian
Compliance Level Kickstart, Lifestyle, Performance
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 1 hour
Total Time 1 hour 15 minutes
Servings 4
Author Shannon Gilson


  • 6 beets
  • 1/4 cup olive oil
  • 2 tsp sea salt


  1. Preheat the oven to 300 degrees Fahrenheit and line several baking sheets with parchment paper.
  2. Scrub the beets well with a brush and cut off the tops.
  3. Use a mandolin slicer to slice the beets thin (1/16”).
  4. Place the beet slices in a large bowl, drizzle the oil and salt over the top, and toss well.
  5. Let the beets sit in the oil and salt for 10-15 minutes, until they release their natural juices.
  6. Toss the beets again and drain off the liquid. If some of the beets have a lot of oil coating them, pat them lightly with a paper towel, removing some of the oil.
  7. Lay the slices out in a single layer on the prepared baking sheets.
  8. Bake for 45-60 minutes until crisp, but not burnt. Test them after 45 minutes and bake longer if necessary.
  9. Remove the beet chips from the oven and cool completely before eating. Add more salt to taste. Store leftovers in an airtight container.

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Shannon Gilson
Shannon is an artist living in Grantham, New Hampshire, with her husband, four pups, and two cats. She graduated with a BFA from Suffolk University and is happily putting her fine art degree to good use.

She enjoys traveling around the world with her husband, exploring as many places and local food dishes as possible. Shannon feels that eating a country’s specialty food not only connects you to the culture, it also ensures you’re eating fresher and more local, too.

You can follow Shannon’s travels and art on Instagram.