Recipe Directions

Grind carrots in food processor to a smooth pulp consistency. Remove pulp and transfer to a mixing bowl. Add remaining ingredients and mix very well. (You may need to increase the water content slighlty). Spread mixture onto teflex about 1/4” thick or so. You want them to be thin enough to be crispy, but thick enough to hold their shape once dehydrated. Dehydrate for approximately 8-12 hours or more, depending upon desired texture of chip. Enjoy!

Myrawlife's Thoughts

Light, crispy carrot chips that can be served with your favorite dip or salsa, or just plain. The recipe was inspired by a very similar recipe for corn chips from Frederic Patenaude. Simple to make and very yummy!

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I made them this week but didn't have hemp seeds, so I just added more flax.. It was great!! Very crispy and and light. And soooo easy! Thanks for posting!!!

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Is that a half-cup of ground flax-seed or a half-cup of flaxseed, then grind it?

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They are definately crispy...

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these could be my saviour..are they crisp and crunchy..I need a crispy slasa dipping chip...

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Sesame or chia are good subs, even additional flax seeds not grounded could be a good replacement.

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Hemp seeds are not necessary. They just add more health benefits and flavor, but you can certainly make the chips without it.

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oooh! this looks lovely and I have all the ingredients on hand! Thanks for something, simple, light and tasty looking!!

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mandelicious- that's true. they are also similar to pine nuts, so that might be a good sub.

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hemp seeds have that great soft texture too... but it seems like sesame would work in this recipe... or maybe sunflower...

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i'm only guessing of course... =) (when i use hemp it just adds another taste)

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any other seed would be fine. sesame would probably be most similar i'd imagine.

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I can't find them close by either. I was thinking about sesame or chia. I haven't used hemp seed, so I don't know what would substitute the best. Any ideas?

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Sounds delicious.....you think i can do it without the hemp seeds?..dont have any and where I live i need to drive at least 2 hours to get my "healthy" supplies..lol

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