Recipe Courtesy of GiGi Eats Celebrities
"Sure, you could stick to making the traditional pumpkin treats, such as pies, breads and cookies, but these treats only contribute to the stereotypical notions that this time of the year is insanely gluttonous. In fact, a majority of people have never thought to eat pumpkin on its own. Well, it's time to let pure pumpkin shine, and this recipe for Pumpkin Chips does exactly that! Forget potato chips; indulge in a handful of chipkins instead!"
GiGi holds a master’s degree in Nutrition Communication and Science, from Tufts University, and a bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism. Her blog, GiGi Eats Celebrities, is meant to make the world of health and nutrition lighthearted and fun as opposed to stale and boring like most text books.
Preheat your oven to 140 degrees while you chop your pumpkin into slices.
Spread sliced pumpkin on baking sheet (lined with foil for quick clean up), and spray or massage with olive oil (or coconut oil)
Sprinkle with seasonings of choice, and “dehydrate” in the oven for roughly 6 hours.
Shove an oven mitt or a kitchen towel between the oven door and the oven, to help let the moisture evaporate.
Every hour or so, check on your pumpkin and mix accordingly.
After 6 hours (depending on your oven's efficiency… Let cool and then SHOVE IN YOUR FACE… Without guilt!)