Cheesy Kale Chips

Kale Chips for the win!

Kale chips might sound like a boring version of the chips (or crisps, depending on where you are in the world) that you are used to, but they’re far from it.

The best thing about kale chips is that they’re much healthier than the chips you get at the supermarket. The second best thing though is experimenting with all the different flavours you can create.

Don’t waste that Kale

Kale normally comes in pretty big bunches. It’s great in smoothies and salads and a variety of other dishes. However you can often end up with a fair bit left over So the best thing to do is make some chips out of it.

The cheesiness in Kale Chips

The easiest way to get a cheesy flavour with kale chips is to use nutritional yeast (aka nooch). We usually mix up some cashews, nooch and other spices until we get the desired flavour we are after.

You’ll need a blender, such as a Vitamix to be able to blitz the cheesy sauce and a dehydrator. If you don’t have a dehydrator you can put the oven on it’s lowest setting, but be careful they don’t burn as that will still be much hotter than a dehydrator.

We created a video of us making these delicious chips, check it out!
(Full recipe below).

 

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Cheesy Kale Chips
kale chips
Cuisine Raw
Prep Time 15 Minutes
Servings
People
Ingredients
Cuisine Raw
Prep Time 15 Minutes
Servings
People
Ingredients
kale chips
Instructions
Kale
  1. Break the kale up into small pieces and remove the thick hard stems.
Cheesy Sauce
  1. Place all other ingredients into the blender and blitz until smooth and creamy. You want the mixture to be thick but still pour okay.
  2. Pour the cheesy mixture over the kale chips and massage it well with your hands. Make sure to cover all of the kale.
Dehydration
  1. When you first turn on the dehydrator set the temperature for around 48 degrees Celsius (118 Fahrenheit). It's kind of like pre-heating the oven. Then once the kale chips are all spread out on the dehydrator trays, pop them in and turn the temperature down to 43 degrees Celsius (110 Fahrenheit). Enjoy!!

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