Sea Salt, Rosemary And Vinegar Beet Chips

Beets are the best! You can enjoy them in a salad, blended in a smoothie, roasted to perfection or eaten alone. They are versatile and nutritional and it can’t get any better than that!

Sea salt, rosemary and vinegar beet chips is my favourite way to enjoy beets. They satisfy the craving for chips and are just sweet enough to cure that need for something sweet.  

Pro tip: to avoid staining your fingers pink, run your beets under cold water while you peel them! 



If you have ever tried to bake your own chips before, you may have noticed that they tend to shrivel up and have a hard time getting to that perfect level of crisp. The trick here is to cook them low and slow. This will allow the beets to release the moisture slowly so they will retain their shape better. 

Only 5 ingredients, including beets is all that you need for this perfect crispy snack! 


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salt and vinegar beet chips

Sea Salt, Rosemary And Vinegar Beet Chips

  • Author: Zoey Jones


Units Scale

1 lb beets


Sea Salt

Apple Cider Vinegar

Olive Oil


Preheat your oven to 300.  Lined a baking sheet with parchment and place the cooling rack on top. Wash and scrub the beets thoroughly and slice into thin slices.  Put into a bowl and salt and let stand. Letting the beets stand with salt will take out any moisture that will prevent too much shrivelling.  Place into a different bowl and season with apple cider vinegar, diced rosemary and olive oil. Line the sheet and bake low and slow about 30 minutes on one side, and then flip and cook another 30 minutes until the beets are nice and crispy.   Let the chips cool, season more if you like and enjoy.

salt and vinegar beet chips

Zoey is the social media and content coordinator at SPUD. When she is not at work you can find her making a mess in the kitchen, sipping on coffee and playing board games.

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