Last week I ordered the spiral slicer below from amazon for about $40.
As soon as it came in I went to the store and stocked up on Okinawan and regular sweet potatoes as well as yellow zucchini squash to appropriately break it in.

Behold my creation…….

I arranged these in a single layer on a baking sheet (sprayed with organic cooking spray), sprAnkled a bit of pepper and baked them for about 8-10 minutes on 400 degrees.  Watch the oven closely as I burned the first batch pretty badly.  You can flip them half way if you want, but it’s not necessary. Also, let them sit on the baking sheet (out of the oven) a bit longer to harden and get crispy.

I cut up 1 1/2 avocados, added about 5-6 chopped grape tomatoes, garlic, pepper, cayenne, fresh squeezed lime and wah-la….a much better, homemade oil-free version of Terra chips.
I didn’t calculate nutritional information for this recipe because I don’t know how much guacamole and chips counts as a standard serving; as I can eat both for a snack all day, every day if left to my own devices.  Though, it shouldn’t be that hard to figure out since there are only a whopping 3 ingredients: potato, avocado, tomato.