Baked Rosemary And Olive Oil Sunchoke Chips {Nutty Flavored Chips}

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Last Updated on August 3, 2020 by Deanna Samaan

Baked Rosemary And Olive Oil Sunchoke Chips are healthier than baked potato chips! This sunchokes recipe is a nutty flavored baked chip and a great taste. These sunchoke chips burst with the rosemary salt that flavors this snack.


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New Day New Changes


ave you ever wake up one day and think, I want to change things, I am tired of being in this rut? Or least something like that way of thinking? Well, I did.


I want to change, but I been floundering. I wasn’t sure what to do. I had no idea where to start.


Finally, it came to me. I need to stop trying everything at one time. I need to first get organized.


Cooking Tip:


hen you’re going to sauté garlic, slice it rather than mincing it — it’s less likely to burn that way. – Source: Epicurious


What am I talking about? I finally have the direction on what I need to do to build Seduction in the Kitchen. I have been working on so much myself that I was all over the place.


Finally, I know what I need, organization. That is why I felt out of balance on my SEO and improvements. I actually needed a real plan on paper, and now I do. So it is a New Day, New Changes.


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Baked Rosemary And Olive Oil Sunchoke Chips has this amazing nutty flavor to them when baked

What is a sunchoke?

This baked sunchoke chip recipe is actually an old recipe I did back in 2015. Like many of those 2015 recipe posts, the photos of the sunchoke chips and the post itself needed TLC. So it was the time that this Baked Rosemary And Olive Oil Sunchoke Chips gets a makeover.


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Baked Rosemary And Olive Oil Sunchoke Chips old 2015 photo. Amazing how far I have become as a photographer!


What is a sunchoke? Well, it is also known as a Jerusalem artichoke. It is actually a knobby root vegetable that you find at many farmer’s markets across the nation.


This ginger resembling root is actually part of the sunflower. The sunchoke is wonderful in salads and also as a snack, like baked chips! It has this nutty flavor and very healthy for you.


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Baked Rosemary And Olive Oil Sunchoke Chips are addicting that you wont be able to stop at one chip

Sunchoke Chips Are Healthy

Sunchokes may are also as Jerusalem artichoke. They actually don’t have anything to do with Jerusalem or taste like an artichoke. So why Jerusalem artichoke, I have no idea. What they do remind you of is a nutty sweet tasting potato.
That is why they make great baked chips! Plus, they have great health benefits like:
  • Sunchokes are a great source of iron, calcium, magnesium, and potassium
  • Low-calorie
  • Fiber-rich
  • Sunchokes also contain the carbohydrate inulin to keep blood and glucose levels stable


Plus this Jerusalem artichoke AKA Sunchoke can made so many ways in the culinary world:


  • Raw
  • Baked
  • Roasted
  • Fried
  • Mashed


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Baked Rosemary And Olive Oil Sunchoke Chips

So how did I come up with doing these sunchoke chips baked? I got a box of farm market goods from a co-op and inside was sunchokes. After doing a little research on these rooty looking vegetables. I decided that a potato chip version was what I wanted to do.


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Baked Rosemary And Olive Oil Sunchoke Chips are healthy and have many health benefits!


I am always on a diet. So taking this brown knobby root and slicing it thin like I would a potato. I set out to create this sunchokes recipe.


These sunchoke chips are so over the top amazing. The rosemary and olive oil I use on them makes them bake up nice and crispy in the oven. The Nutty flavor of the baked sunchoke chips with the rosemary and olive oil bursts with flavor. you will love munching on these baked chips.


Plus, did I mention sunchoke chips baked are also very healthy too? These baked rosemary and olive oil sunchoke chips are addicting. Trust me on this.


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Baked Rosemary And Olive Oil Sunchoke Chips the alternative to potato chips


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Yield: 4 servings

Olive Oil and Rosemary Sunchoke Chips Recipe

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 25 minutes

A healthier alternative to potato chips! These sweet, but nutty flavored chips have a great taste. A recipe from Seduction in the Kitchen.


  • 3 sunchokes sliced thin
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 1 clove of garlic minced
  • 1 teaspoon rosemary
  • Sea Salt


  1. In a bowl, combine the olive oil, garlic, and rosemary. Whisk to combine them.
  2. Next, add the sunchoke sliced, toss them to coat them in the oil mixture.
  3. On a parchment lined baking sheet, spread the chips out in a single layer. Sprinkle them with a little sea salt.
  4. Bake in a pre heated oven 400F degrees for 15 minutes.
  5. Then flip them over and bake them an additional 15 minutes.
  6. Take out the oven, let them cool and the ENJOY!

Nutrition Information:

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 0Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 0mgCarbohydrates: 0gFiber: 0gSugar: 0gProtein: 0g

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  • Possibly Healthy Chocolate Pudding from VegAnnie is what you want.

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  • Joanne T Ferguson
    June 10, 2014

    G’day! I don’t think I have ever had sunchokes Deanna! Thanks for allowing me to learn something new!
    Cheers! Joanne

  • Julie @ Texan New Yorker
    June 30, 2014

    This is such a unique way to use sunchokes, I love it! Usually you mostly see soup, which is great of course, but it’s nice to know there’s another way to eat them. Thanks!

  • Maggie @ Mama Maggie's Kitchen
    February 17, 2018

    These sunchoke chips look delicious. I’m sure my family will love them. Definitely pinning for later!

    • Deanna
      February 17, 2018

      They are really great! I like them better than potato chips 🙂 Thank you!

  • Traci
    February 17, 2018

    Sunchoke chips…cool idea! I’ll have to bookmark this one. Thanks for sharing! 🙂

  • Jill
    February 17, 2018

    I never knew what a sunchoke was – thank you for explaining. Your new photos look great making me want to try them!

    • Deanna
      February 17, 2018

      They are really good! I didn’t know till I got some in my farmer’s market box and I became hooked after that 🙂 Thank you!

  • Chris
    February 17, 2018

    OMG these look incredible!! So creative! Can’t wait to give them a go, thanks so much for sharing 🙂

    • Deanna
      February 17, 2018

      Thank you! They really are good I love the sweet nutty taste of them.

  • Pam Greer
    February 17, 2018

    I got some of those in a CSA last year and I had no idea what to do with them!! I’m filing this away so that this year, I know what to do!

    • Deanna
      February 17, 2018

      I thought was ginger a huge ginger when I first saw it in my box. Then I found out what it was and trust me I was very surprised how good they are! You will like it, I know you make an awesome recipe with one!)

  • Jenni LeBaron
    February 17, 2018

    These look awesome. I haven’t tried sunchokes this way so I can’t wait to try these!

    • Deanna
      February 17, 2018

      They really are amazing 🙂 Thank you so much!