Homemade Cheese Crisps

When I'm in the mood for something salty and crispy I jump to the freezer and make these Homemade Cheese Crisps!! They're a little GAPS diet snack you're gonna get hooked on, for sure. I've been grateful to find that I can tolerate dairy fine on the GAPS diet--as long as it's good quality, well-aged cheese. Aged cheeses such as parmesan, cheddar, colby, swiss, etc. are allowed on the GAPS diet as the process of aging allows bacteria to eat up the lactose and harden the cheese. Look for raw milk cheeses which will be the easiest to digest and the most nutrient-dense.

At which point, these cheese crisps are the easiest snack you will ever make!! Start to finish--15 min. How awesome is that?! You can eat them alone or toss them with a salad or dip them in some homemade ranch dressing!

Any way you snack on these, they're sure to satisfy that salty crunch you've been craving--without the terrible oils and chemicals found in store-bought chips or crackers:) Have fun with these!! They are healthy, fun knock-off your favorite childhood cheese snacks:)

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Homemade Cheese Crisps
Author: Amy MoffatPrep time: 1 minCook time: 15 minServings: about 20 crisps


1 cup grated cheddar cheese
1 cup grated parmesan cheese


Preheat the oven to 350
Line a baking sheet with parchment paper
In a medium mixing bowl, combine parmesan and cheddar cheese and mix gently to combine
Form a small mound of cheese (about 2 Tbsp) onto the lined baking sheet, and continue with the rest of the cheese, spacing mounds a couple inches apart.
Bake in the oven for 15 minutes or until mounds start turning golden brown
Remove and let cool on the pan for 1 minute before transferring them to a cooling rack to crisp up

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