posted by StarFire on rawfoodtalk.com These are the most delicious chips I have ever had. I made them last night. My husband who hates vinegar loved them and took some of them to work to share ( I have to work on the sharing part). I could honestly make these weekly. What I love is that it inspired me to make other...

Recipe Directions

Place kale in a large mixing bowl. Combine the rest of the ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth to get a thick consistency. You may have to add more water. Pour over kale and mix thoroughly with your hands to coat the kale. You want this mixture to be really glued onto the kale.

Place kale onto a Teflex sheet, on top of a mesh dehydrator screen, and dehydrate for 6 hours @ 115 degrees. You’ll need to use two trays. Rotate kale occasionally to dry uniformly.

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posted by StarFire on rawfoodtalk.com

These are the most delicious chips I have ever had. I made them last night. My husband who hates vinegar loved them and took some of them to work to share ( I have to work on the sharing part). I could honestly make these weekly.

What I love is that it inspired me to make other chips, like pesto chips, barbecue chips, Teriyaki chips, honey dejon chips. Tomato basil chips….........The list in my head goes on and on.

When you have a need to crunch, go make these chips. They are ready before bed if you make them when you first get home.

Greens will never go to waste in our home now.

Pssssssssst.. I used half kale, half dinosaur kale. The dino kale has more little crannies for the sauce to stick to. It’s really really good.

This is a 5 avocado recipe.

That means it’s PHAT….. PRETTY HOT AND TEMPTING!

Make these chips if you dare!:eek: :D :p

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miaculpa's Review

Chrissy's Goddess KALE CHIPS
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this has been an absolute favorite recipe for a few years now. I think they taste a bit like Ranch chips...

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duneese's Review

Chrissy's Goddess KALE CHIPS
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Oh my goodness these are fantastic. I followed the recipe to the letter but then added 3/4 c of raw sunflower seeds when blending the sauce and sprinkling nutritional yeast on top before dehydrating. Wow.

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These kale chips are delicious. I will add them to my repetoire. If anyone is interested in a more delicate and sweet kale chip, try my "Delicately Sweet Kale Chips @ http://rawjulesrecipes.com/?cat=25. Let me know what you think!

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This recipe is AWESOME. I am not a loyal raw foodest but try my best and this is one of the recipes that makes me think I can totally stick with this stuff. Kind of tastes like mayo to me, but in a delicious flavorful way. Trust and make it - just dont make the mistake I did and leave any of the stem on.

DELICIOUS! Thank you so much for this incredible recipe.

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well...i have two trays of these in the dehydrator NOW :)

i didn't have lemon so i substituted a bit of pineapple vinegar

the sauce yielded about TWICE what i needed to adequately cover the kale

so the remainder is stored for next time or for another dressing usage

additionally, i added about 2 T of nut. yeast sprinkled in for that nice cheesy tangy flavour!

...will report back with results!

Rona

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I wish i had the BBQ recipe :)

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docrona's Review

Chrissy's Goddess KALE CHIPS
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oh another kale chip recipe that sounds great

thank you!

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I cant wait to try these they sound fabulous

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I know Chrissy. She is an incredible raw food chef trained originally by Alissa Cohen. She now lives in Sedona....moving from NJ. She is a great girl and a great teacher!

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This is awesome, i wished i had more Kale, and I didn't follow the recipe exactly. I used the left over sauce on zucchini and made chips from it. A keeper.

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I don't know who Chrissy is but I sure love her chips.

I have a caesar chip coming next.

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You can store them in an old plastic bin like the ones baby spinach come in. We always save them for storage.

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I make these at least once a week... all my non raw friendz love em :)

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These chips are awesome! I had some left over sauce and added Herbamare and olive oil and it tastes just like Caesar dressing. The crumbs from the chips make a great topping for salads too. Just one question...what's the best way to store the left over (if there are any) chips without losing the crunch?

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these are so good! one of my favorite recipes ever

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OK I just ate an entire head of kale with these! Chrissy, they are absolutely awesome!!!! I didn't even wait 3 hours! Took the 115 temp. Delicious!!!

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I made these tonight. I made less because it is just me. After tasting them i wish i hadn't! They are so good! I had to subsitute a couple of things for stuff i had on hand, but they still turned ot great! Thanks for posting this!! : )

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i cannot stop eating these. thank god kale is cheap otherwise my food bill would be skyrocketing. now i just need another dehydrator because mine's always busy with these chips!

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My favorite snack recipe!

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These chips are fabulous!! I have tried them out over several dinner parties and everyone loved them. My favorite variation is to substitute the juice of one additional lemon for the cider vinegar, and add two more cloves of garlic and a hearty sprinkle of red pepper flakes to the blended mix for a hummus flavored chip.

As an experiment I dehydrated collard greens (cut into 'chips') with a raw BQ sauce but the look and feel of the kale was sadly lacking and the overall effect was more stone-age-leaves-dried-on-rocks than enticing crispy chips. :)

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Who is Chrissy? Her Goddess Kale Chips are becoming famous!!! I want to thank her directly. So many of us in my raw food community have been making these chips twice a week for months now. WoW! If anybody knows who she is, let me know or tell her THANK YOU!!!!! From me.

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I dehydrated them at 115 and they took about 3 1/2 to 4 hours. They are really yummy! Please post your other varieties if you have some. I think I will make these regularly. What a fun and easy way to add more greens to your diet - thanks!

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These chips are too good to be true! I love them. I have adapted them a bit by adding almond butter. I thought the batter needed to be thicker, but either way they are fantastic!

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I'm going to try to make these but at a lower temperature. The recipe sounds delicious! I will try to dehydrate at 104 degrees for a longer period of time. I don't think that overnight will cause anything to spoil. Thanks for posting!

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You can dry them at 110 if you like. Try the recipe before giving it low rating please.

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