Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Three RAW'kin Kale Chip Recipes

Three RAW'kin Kale Chip Recipes!

This past weekend I decided to create some super easy & healthy dehydrated kale chips! My entire family loved them and I ended up making more on Sunday! I created three different flavors: cashew cheeze, garlic & lemon and hot & spicy! 
Kale chips are so nutritious & delicious because they are dehydrated, all the enzymes are kept in tact. Kale is packed full of nutrients, including vitamins A, C, K, calcium, antioxidants and fiber! 
If you buy kale chips in the health food store, they will run you about $7-$10 a bag. Not to practical for those on a budget! Making your own is a great way to save money, plus you know exactly what you are eating! Kale chips are so addicting, I could eat them everyday! They are a perfect crunchy snack that you can feel good about eating ~ no guilt here!

Cashew Cheeze
Kale ~ take out the stems 
Raw cashews 
 {1/2 container, soaked for 2 hours in warm water}
Redmond Garlic Real Salt & pepper to taste
1 tbsp nutritional yeast
1 scallion or small onion
1tbsp garlic
Wash & dry the kale. Strain cashews and combine cashews, Real Salt, pepper, nutritonal yeast, chopped scallion and garlic in a food processor. Massage mixture onto kale chips. If the cashew cheeze mixture does not stick to the kale, simply drop a bit of the cheeze on each of the kale chips once they are placed on the dehydrator. Dehydrate for 16 hours or until they are your preferred crunchiness!


Garlic & Lemon
Kale ~ take out the stems
Juice of 1 lemon
Redmond Real Salt & pepper to taste
1tbsp garlic

Wash & dry the kale. Combine kale and other ingredients in a bowl, massage well. Place kale chips in the dehydrator and dehydrate for 16 hours or until they are your preferred crunchiness. 


Hot & Spicy
Kale ~ take out the stems 
Redmond Real Salt & pepper to taste
1tbsp garlic
a healthy sprinkle of cajun seasoning & cayenne pepper
Juice of 1 lemon (optional) 
Wash & dry the kale. Combine kale and other ingredients in a bowl, massage well. Place kale chips in the dehydrator and dehydrate for 16 hours or until they are your preferred crunchiness. Enjoy!


Have you ever made kale chips? What is your favorite way to spice them up?!

1 comments:

Rose-Marie said...

I love making kale chips! I have a dehydrator, but I typically make them in the oven. I'd like to try these recipes (I really love cashew cheese topping on kale chips), this is the very first time I've seen recipes without oil. So, I want to see how they come out! Yumm!!!

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