Don't make my mistake and used canned parmesan. You'll end up with puffs of brown powder. (I was born blonde and though my hair has darkened, I guess I still have my blonde roots! If you're also blonde, you might not get this joke).
These are so yummy! We had these last night with some pasta, and they were a huge hit! I will be making these alot when we have spaghetti! Thanks!
Delicious! I like these broken up on a Caesar salad or just to nibble on their own. Great low carb snack!
Very nice and great with a bowl of soup especially when you can't have gluten. Will make these often! Made for Healthy Choices ABC Tag.
I make these often and they are so fantastic over tomato soup.
i have done this for a loooonnnnggg time. i usually use my silpat for this and use the chips for garnishes. love, love, love them. :)
Very easy to make I enjoyed these chips very much. The nice thing about these you can make as many as you need. I used a heaping tablespoon full and they baked up in 3.5 minutes. I like to serve them with ceasar salad or just a lettuce wedge cucumber and tomato for a nice quick lunch. Ive made these with parmesan and asiago cheese both equally good. I would like to try adding chili powder or cumin to these next time I make them. Thanks Junebug for a great idea.
These are wonderful. I read the reviews and realized that you could not use canned grated Parmesan, but I did find some canned shredded Parmesan and it worked great. They are very crispy. I also tried shredded cheddar cheese. They are good, but are not crispy. But this is a great alternative to chips, croutons, etc.
This is officially my new addiction. Love these little gems.
I love these! I make them all the time in the microwave. Just pop them in for a couple minutes, or until they start to get brown. And them immediately take them off the plate with a fork (sometimes they get a little squished). This is better for just yourself. If you want them to be beautiful for company, the oven is probably the way to go.