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One Ingredient. Low Carb. YUMMY. Parmesan Crisps!

One of my favorite additions to fall soups and salads are these parmesan crisps. This is an (ahem) ONE ingredient recipe. So today's post is going to be short and sweet.

All you need is an oven (and if you have a Silpat, I promise that life will be a little easier ... your parmesan crisp cooking life, that is).


You are going to preheat your oven to 400 degrees, line your baking sheet with your Silpat (parchment paper would likely work well, too), and make little flat mountains of parmesan cheese.

Then you just bake for 5 minutes or until edges are golden brown.

Remove them with a metal spatula (Pampered Chef's mini version is our family's favorite) and cool.


They are thin, crispy, and crunchy! They are the perfect addition to a harvest salad with fresh pear slices, pecans, and apple chips, and they are also delicious in a hot bowl of chili.


I also took them to Bunco last night as a really easy appetizer contribution. You've gotta love an app that comes together in about 10 minutes!

Happy snacking!

7 comments:

  1. Baked cheese? Umm yes please! I've tried the trick of draping them over an overturned glass when still warm to make a cup for Caesar salad- not sure I did it right but it was still delicious!

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  2. This is actually a genius idea and I have never thought of adding this. What a great way to substitute croutons in a salad!

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  3. Ummm, I would totally not even be able to hold myself back from just eating these as a snack. Even if they were intended to go in my soup. I LOVE parmesan crisps, especially the ones that get really really brown (and almost burnt). Now, I'm craving this haha

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  4. How simple!! And they look SO delicious! Pinning this to my Pinterest :-)

    xoxo A
    www.southernbelleintraining.com

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  5. Oh yum yum! "Low Carb" hee hee, that means I can a whole bunch of these and not gain any weight, right? ;-) This would taste super good on some tomato soup!! Delicious!

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