Parmesan Crisps

Spring 2003, The EatingWell Diabetes Cookbook (2005)

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These flavorful wafers, simply baked grated cheese, make a delightful accompaniment to soups or a sophisticated nibble to serve with drinks. As the only ingredient, the cheese matters here. Be sure to use imported Parmigiano-Reggiano (look for the name stenciled on the rind) and grate it yourself.

Parmesan Crisps

2 Reviews for Parmesan Crisps

Super Easy

Added a little coconut flour to absorb some of the oil from the cheese, and some crushed red pepper to give it a kick

Recipe missing serving size

This entire recipe of 16 crisps is about 260 calories. In order for a serving to be 38 calories, you should only eat 2 crisps.

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Anonymous wrote 44 weeks 1 hour ago

It took 12-13 minutes to

It took 12-13 minutes to cook, not 6. They can be removed from the pan after about 5 minutes - just enough to cool down and begin to harden to a cookie/cake rack. The sooner they can be removed the less likely they will be to stick to the pan and be hard to get out.

Otherwise, very good.

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