Baked Garlic Spinach Chips Recipe

Twelve minutes feels like ETERNITY when your house is filled with the smell of Garlic Spinach Chips baking in the oven. Twenty minutes ago, I sat and stared at an entire bag of fresh spinach leaves and thought, “How am I going to get my family to eat all of that before it goes bad?” I had no idea that this is where I would be now.

Salivating.

Staring into the oven window, impatiently.

Opening the door every 2 minutes to make sure everything is still there and not mysteriously eaten already.

baked spinach chips recipe

If you’re looking at this photo and thinking that it doesn’t look like an entire 10oz bag of spinach, you would be correct. It’s not.

I ate one chip, and then without even knowing it had inhaled about 50 more. Before I realized it, I had already eaten over half of what I made. This is what’s left and I’m sad (not really) to report that the only opinion on taste you’ll get is from me because they probably won’t last til Ben gets home.

Go ahead and try them yourself and feel free to get creative with your toppings.

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Some tips on making baked spinach chips

Most spinach chip recipes also simply go with dry spices (like garlic powder) but I highly recommend that if you have fresh garlic laying around – USE IT. You can mince it or slice it, but either way it will taste one thousand times better than using Garlic Powder.

In my video you’ll see I add olive oil and mix by hand in a bowl to coat. I’ll be honest though, after making this a bunch of times, I’ve come up with a better way.

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I prefer to throw the spinach back into the bag it came in (so be careful when you open it) and add the olive oil and minced garlic directly to the bag. Roll down the top and shake it around til everything is mixed up.

This way you don’t have an extra dish and utensil to wash!

How to make baked spinach chips

Pre-heat the oven to 350.

Grab some fresh spinach. I had a 10oz bag of pre-washed, ready to eat in the fridge, but you can do it the hard way and buy/clean a bunch by hand if you like.

baked spinach chips recipe

Add the oil and garlic to your bowl and toss to coat.

baked spinach chips recipe

Then place in a single layer on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper. Important: You don’t want them to overlap, or else they won’t get crispy.

baked spinach chips recipe

Add salt and pepper to taste and if you like spicy, try some cayenne too!

Bake at 350 for 12 minutes and then turn the oven off and let them sit for another 5 minutes. 

baked spinach chips recipe

These taste amazing warm and I’m willing to bet you eat them all right up off the baking sheet (that’s what I did!).

They do tend to get a little soggy and absorb the moisture in the air so these are one of those things you want to eat immediately anyway.

baked spinach chips recipe

Here’s an idea – I’ll bet this would be amazing tossed with homemade Bacon Bits and put on top of your favorite hamburger! What do you think?

baked garlic spinach chips

Baked Garlic Spinach Chips

Twelve minutes feels like ETERNITY when your house is filled with the smell of Garlic Spinach Chips baking in the oven. These never even make it onto a plate or bowl. They get snatched up right off the baking sheet EVERY TIME.
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Course: Snacks
Main Ingredient: Vegetables
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 12 minutes
Total Time: 17 minutes
Servings: 2
Calories:

Ingredients

  • 10 oz bag of spinach washed and dried
  • 2 tbsp olive oil
  • 2 cloves garlic minced
  • salt and pepper

Instructions

  • pre-heat oven to 350
  • add olive oil and minced fresh garlic in a bowl. Toss the spinach and mix to coat (or you can use a ziplock bag)
    baked spinach chips recipe
  • arrange spinach leaves in a single layer on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper (You don’t want them to overlap, or else they won’t get crispy)
    baked spinach chips recipe
  • sprinkle salt and pepper on top
  • bake at 350 for 12 minutes then turn off the oven and let sit for another 5 minutes
  • enjoy immediately!
    baked spinach chips recipe

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26 thoughts on “Baked Garlic Spinach Chips Recipe”

  1. This looks delicious! this is one recipe that I’ll be making soon . .. just harvested my garlic so looking forward to using some with spinach!!

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  2. I tried making these today and they were soooo good! Only problem I ran into was the leaves sticking to the parchment paper. I have some green pans that have yet to fail me so next round I’ll try those. Thanks so much for sharing this recipe!

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  3. I’m all about healthy snacks and have to try making these! My husband would flip out if he came home and saw these…but maybe like you I’d eat half the bags worth haha!

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  4. This is just the recipe I have been looking for! I tried to make these on my own last year and they came out terrible. I definitely need some guidance and yours look delicious.

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  5. We just tried making kale chips this weekend, and that didn’t work out too well. I like spinach much more than kale though, so maybe we should try this!

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  6. yummo! I would add some bacon bits in a heartbeat! What about over some cheese slices on a cracker?! Eat the rainbow!

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  7. I just pinned this, because OH MY GOSH. I have to make these this weekend. I’m almost willing to bet my son would eat these too, and he rarely eats vegetables without bribery.

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  8. Hmmm I’ve done apple chips and banana chips in a way similar to this but I’ve never done any form of vegetable. I’m going to have to give this a try :)

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