BBQ APPLE CHIPS & AVOCADO SOUR CREAM AND ONION DIP

 DESIGNED FOR THOSE WHO WANT TO EAT CLEAN SUPER BOWL SNACKS IN MIND

Last week I shared a beautifying makeover for Jalapeño Poppers to take to a Super Bowl party and I have another fun dish, BBQ Apple Chips with Avocado Sour Cream and Onion Dip! I also have an instructional video to go along with the recipe!  

This video is very different than any I've shared in the past because I figured out an overhead camera apparatus and how to do voice over in IMOVIE!  Doing this all by myself I'm slowly but surely figuring things out to help make viewing more enjoyable and educational.  Although this lacks the fun in the Christmas one, it serves its purpose as a true demonstrative cooking video. It's straight up business with this one!  You may even just be able to listen to it to be honest as I give practically every detail of the process via voice!

A few notes to add to the video:

  • When purchasing apples, please buy organic.  They are one of the dirty dozen foods.
  • For onion powder, I use Frontier which I purchase from Amazon. Link here. It is more pricey than grocery store ones, but it's more flavorful and it does last.  It comes in a bag and I store mine in a big mason jar.  I purchased last April and still plenty left!  A little goes a long way when you purchase quality! 

Hope you guys enjoy this video and if you have any additional comments/questions please post here or on YOUTUBE as it goes right to my email! 

By the way, this is how my dip looked the day AFTER I made it! Still bright green!

 

When you start doing videos you really have to get over not looking perfect. haha. I have to say thou the editing process has become one of my favorite things as I'm constantly laughing out loud at myself! Some of the stuff I do or say...smh. 

This recipe has Sweet Potato Chips not Apple but the video fully explains how to make apple chips.  Basically its thinly slicing apples 1/8" using a mandoline. Lay in a single layer on parchment lined baking sheet. Sprinkle on BBQ seasoning.  Bake at 225 degrees for 1.5-2 hours or longer depending on oven.  They will crisp as they cool.  If when you take out they don't crisp after 15 minutes put back in oven.  Check apx every 20 minutes when you think it's close.  You shouldn't have to worry about them burning since it's so low temp. 

 

Would love to hear if you try this out! Be sure to follow NutraCouture on IG and FB and to sign up for the enewsletter to receive recipes like this and special promos on the NutraBombs by clicking here  

 

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