For me, most cooking falls into two categories: quick-and-easy versus food projects. Most of the time, we focus on the quick-and-easy (but still delicious and healthy!) recipes. But sometimes you just want to slow down, enjoy the process, and end up with a delicious and unique treat. To us, food projects are things like homemade pasta or pickles – activities to pass the time on a weekend or evening with loved ones. These chips fall right into that category, and would be especially great for making with kids! We picked up a few butternut squashes from the farmer’s market that happened to have the perfect long thin necks for making chips. Using a mandoline to cut the thin slices really speeds up the process, but a sharp knife will do just fine. The sweetness of the squash balances perfectly with a little bit of grated parmesan. These chips are a great treat, and if you hold yourself back, you can get a couple days worth of lunches out of a batch. Though, being baked and homemade, feel free to eat as many as you like! Thanks to Homestead Growers for the butternut squash!
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