Alkaline Diet Recipe: Sweet Potato Chips



If you want your kids to grow up alkaline, you’ve got to get creative in the kitchen to compete with the barrage of junk food coming their way trying to entice them.

That’s why recipes like these sweet potato chips are awesome. They allow your kids to not feel deprived of what everyone else is eating, but they can keep eating alkaline while enjoying their snack.

Of course, these aren’t just for kids. Adults love them too. They pack easily for lunches or snacks, they make an easy side dish for dinner, and they are perfect during the big game or at your next BBQ.

Give them a try and let me know what you think over on Facebook.

Sweet Potato Chips


[Serves 4]

4-5 sweet potatoes

Coconut oil

Sea salt (Celtic Grey, Himalayan, or Redmond Real Salt) & black pepper to taste Optional: Cumin to taste


Slice sweet potatoes with a mandolin fitted with a thin slice blade (I highly suggest using this as opposed to slicing with a knife, as they will bake much better), or thinly slice.

Once your sweet potatoes are all sliced, put them into a large bowl. Drizzle with coconut oil (you want them coated but not drenched). Season with sea salt, black pepper, and cumin (optional). Toss well, and place sweet potato slices evenly distributed on a parchment-lined baking sheet.

Bake in a preheated 200° F oven for 45 minutes, then flip sweet potatoes over. Then bake for an additional 45 minutes to 1 hour until sweet potatoes look super toasted. Allow to cool on the baking sheet before serving (they will crisp as they cool). Feel free to add more spices if so desired.

Optional: You can dehydrate for 24+ hours at 115° F (dehydrate longer for desired crispiness).

Want more recipes like this one?

The Get Off Your Acid 7-Day Alkaline Cleanse is filled with ideas that are perfect for you if you want to shed extra pounds, eat healthier than ever before, and GET OFF YOUR ACID!

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