I love kale chips! But the ones in the store tend to be a bit pricey at about $5-$10 just for one pack! And the packages are so small, Hubby, Skye, and I could eat them before we left the store.
So I started experimenting with my own kale chip recipes. They are so easy and quick to make at fraction of the costs of those pricey store bought chips.
I started out just making regular kale chips. Check out my video, How to Make Kale Chips.
But now, I’ve advanced to adding a little variety to one of our favorite family snacks. Check out this recipe for cheezey kale chips. They are so good! We usually eat them right after they’re ready.
– 1 bunch of fresh kale (washed and dried)
– 1 cup of cheezy cashew sauce
– 1 tsp. sea salt
Strip the kale leaves off the stems and chop into bite size pieces. Throw greens in a large bowl. Massage 1 tsp of salt into the greens. Add cheezey cashew sauce.
Next I place the kale chips onto dehydrator sheets and place in the dehydrator. Set the dehydrator at 115 and leave kale in for 4-6 hours, until crispy.
If you don’t have a dehydrator, you can also make the chips in the oven.
When using the oven, bake at 350° for 10 to 15 minutes until dark green and crispy.
When using the oven, the kale will not retain as much of its nutritional value, but its still a healthy alternative to commercially sold potato chips.
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