If you've been lucky enough to try Blessing's cheesy kale chips, you know they are amazing! This recipe makes identical chips. Mine just took about another 4 hours after overnight and flipping. Yum! They are so fantastic that I wanted to make sure everyone knew about them.

Recipe Directions

1. Put coating ingredients in a Vitamix. Blend until smooth.

2. Using your hands, massage coating onto kale pieces getting it inside of curls.

3. Put on Teflex sheets (don't worry about flattening them, they're better bunched up) and dehydrate at 105 Fahrenheit overnight or until coating is dry. Slide onto mesh screens and dehydrate 12 hours, or until very crispy.

Schmoopee's Thoughts

By schmoopee

If you've been lucky enough to try Blessing's cheesy kale chips, you know they are amazing! This recipe makes identical chips.

Mine just took about another 4 hours after overnight and flipping. Yum!

They are so fantastic that I wanted to make sure everyone knew about them.

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Marsi's Review

Cheesy Kale Chips
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Sooooooooo Yummy.

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Collard greens are supposed to come out similar but I haven't tried them. This is going into the dehydrator right now. I can't wait!

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Looking for a cheaper version? Try it with a mix of sunflower seeds and cashews or just sunflower seeds.

Last time I forgot to add the nutritional yeast, still tasted great.

Don't know about cabbage. If you try it do tell how it turns out.

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I think the coating would be good on anything, in fact it's great not dehydrated and on raw flax/corn chips as nachos :) or as a veggie dip. But maybe for chips greens, like mustard greens because they're curly and the coating would get stuck in there. Can you dehydrate broccoli? Cheese and broccoli's always a good combo.

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hey. Kale is not available in my country. Can I use cabbage?

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