If you're ready ... have your biped preheat the oven to 250℉, then let's get into position!
|"OK, Mom! Let's get cooking!"|
Next, get some sweet potatoes (we used two nice, big ones!) and give them a good scrubby-dub-dubbing. Slice them about 1/8 of an inch thick or less -- just try to make them all the same thickness. Again, this part is something the bipeds can handle. Your job is to hang out and look cute.
Now have your biped place the sweet potato slices in a single layer on baking sheets. There's a good chance my mom lined hers with foil - easier clean up and all.
Bake for about 3 hours, turning halfway through. (For clarity's sake, I mean to turn the potato slices over - though if you'd like to turn around, feel free.) Mom baked ours longer than 3 hours, as we wanted ours crispy. Just test them out. When they're done, cool them on wire racks, then store in the fridge for up to 3 weeks (as if they'd last that long...) or in the freezer for up to 4 months.
|YUMMY, YUMMY, YUMMY!!!|
The whole house smells wonderful while you're baking these! Mom did try one and said it was mighty tasty by biped standards, just lacked a little seasoning. Now, your mission, should you accept, is to try them out!
As for Cam and me, and what we're willing to do for one ...
|"I would swim the 7 seas, climb the highest hill ...!"|
"Ain't no mountain high enough, Cam!"
We. Love. Them!!! Honestly! So very tasty, and just the right mixture of crunchy and chewy!
Mom said she'll definitely make them again. They're a nice, healthy treat, packed full of vitamins and fiber! I hope you'll help your biped whip up a batch for you!
PS: We will put this recipe over in our sidebar under Secret Family Recipes, so it's kept handy!