4 Apr 2013

Oven Baked Sea Salt Courgette Crisps

{who would have thought}

After making the chocolate chip cookies three times I really needed something healthier and definitely not sweet, so when I saw these courgettes crisps on Pinterest I had to try them. They are really easy to make and here is my variation - it uses sea salt and raps oil.
The secret is to choose a nice, fresh, more on the larger side courgette.

So here is what you'll need:
Sea salt
Raps Oil

Cut the courgette into a 1mm thin slices. Place the slices on kitchen paper towel. This will remove some of the moisture from the courgette. Line a tray with baking paper and place your slices. You don't need to leave space between them as they'll shrink a bit anyway. Sprinkle over a pinch of sea salt. You can add more salt after they crisps are ready. Use a pastry brush and brush some raps oil over the courgettes. Bake at 160C for about 30-40 min.

I couldn't resist posting a couple of photos on my baby boy who is 10 months old today...where did the time go...look at these sweet cheeks...

And I also must share this photo of Easter in my girl's dolls house. Did you think the dolls don't celebrate Easter, of course they do! And can you spot the little wooden sewing machine in the background...yes the dolls have a sewing machine too!

Hope you are having a lovely week!



  1. thanx for the receipe, sounds interesting!
    and your son is sooo sweet (and really, 10 months already??? time is SO flying!!)

    kind regards!

  2. I so enjoy your blog! I recently started sewing and one of the first things I made was from your blog! Anyway, I would like to give you a blog award. Check it out over at my blog! All the best!!


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