Thursday, January 24, 2013

Cheese Crisps.

I've been on a low (slow) carbohydrate diet since August.  The difference I feel in my energy levels is incredible.  I went off of it for a month (through the holidays) and was pretty floored at how crummy I felt that month.  I was so tired!

I have found several great recipes, but I wanted to share one that is super delicious.  Cheese crisps!  Sometimes I crave something crunchy like a cracker or a chip, so these fulfill that desire and they are super delicious.  And zero carbs.  The cheddar ones taste EXACTLY like a Cheez It.  YUM!

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Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and grate your cheese of choice.  Mound them in little piles and add some spices if you'd like.  If not, omit.  Stick them in a 375 degree oven and in about 10 minutes or so you'll have the perfect little cheese crisps!

Here is my cheddar and black pepper ones.

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And these are mozzarella and black pepper.

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SO GOOD.

I think next time I'll experiment with some different spices - maybe garlic or something.  I just can't say enough about these little cheese crisps.  I plan to make a bunch of them and eat them with some spinach artichoke dip.  Wouldn't that be delicious?  The perfect no-carb chip substitute! :)


7 comments:

  1. Tried it. Now i didnt have parchment paper so i used waxed. Forgot to spray it too so spent some time picking that off the back. I think i used colby and salted them but they tasted like cheeseits. Very good. Did yours smoke alot? Maybe the was paper lol they are yummt though

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  2. These sound so good. Love cheese!

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  3. Yumm Oh! I will have to give these a try!

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  4. Giving these a try today for my little boy :) Thanks for sharing.

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  5. AWESOME idea!!!! I too am on a low carb/high protein diet and need a little more crunch! Can't wait to try these next weekend!

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