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Delicious Kale Chips Recipe (Fat Free)

These delicious chips are actually good for you, easy to make, delightfully crunchy and Fat Free!

Recipe
1 large bunch of Kale washed, stems removed & cut into approximately 2×4 inch pieces (I used Lacinato Kale in this batch)
1/4 cup lemon juice
2 cups largely chopped celery
1/2 large red bell pepper, seeds removed
1/2 cup of sugar plum or your choice tomatoes
a handful of dilantro (you can use other herbs of your choice such as chives, basil, parsley etc.)

Blend lemon juice, celery, bell pepper and tomatoes in a blender until smooth. Add cilantro and blend gently until herbs are cut up but not pureed. Pour mixture over kale and massage it in so mixture covers all parts of the kale leaves. Place on dehydrator trays evenly spaced apart for proper drying and dehydrate at 105 degrees F for 8-12 hours. Be sure to check kale from time to time for crispness.

Store in an air tight container, if you don't eat them all as you're removing them from the dehydrator. ;0)

If you don't have a dehydrator and want to bake them in the oven for a non-raw chip, you can bake them at 225° F for 7-10 minutes. Just be careful not to burn them. 

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22 Comments on Delicious Kale Chips Recipe (Fat Free)

  1. i really love your videos – so mellow! :))) and the hair looks great on you – less of that bleached stuff 🙂

  2. Look yum! i love your videos especially the recipe ones! 🙂 Was wondering how you became raw? Were you vegetarian/vegan before you became raw or how was your lifestyle? I’ve been considering trying raw for awhile now especially since i had started watching your videos and i was just wondering how you went about doing it? 🙂

  3. I made a variation on these that I am in love with! I used a big bunch of curly kale, mixed 3-4 celery stalks, half a capsicum and 3 small tomatoes in the blender, poured it on top with 4 tablespoons of nutritional yeast (the best part, makes it cheesy!). I used 3 teaspoons of onion powder and a small teaspoon of garlic powder. If your okay with a bit of fat, add 3 tablespoons of ground sesame seeds. Mix it all in and lay on dehydrator trays. I dehydrate over night.

  4. Yes, they won’t be raw but you can heat the oven to 225° and bake them for 7-10 minutes or until crisp. Just watch them closely so they don’t burn. :0)

  5. I was a vegetarian from 2000-2002 & then got really sick & ended up going back to eating animal products until 2009 when I did a 3 week elimination diet to help my digestive issues. When I tried to add the old foods back in at the end of it, my body wouldn’t accept them. I went raw overnight & haven’t looked back. If you’d like to know more details watch “My calendar diary journey to health.” Everyone starts out differently so do what feels right for you & eat as much LFRV food as you care for.

    • rawsynergytv Ma’am, I realize you made this comment a long time ago.. but you should definitely look into The GAPS healing protocol if you don’t tolerate a vegetarian/vegan diet well. Thats a tale tale sign of GAPS syndrome. The GAPS diet will seal your gut wall & after a few years on the diet, you’ll have full digestive & cognitive functioning. Having food intolerances can slow down cognitive functioning & from what I’ve studied so far, I believe it’s a main contributor to slowing ppl down, both mentally & physically as we age. GAPS syndrome or leaky gut syndrome is also the main culprit behind certain disorders like autism or ANY mental health issue for that matter, physical issues like arthritis or eczema. Bad flora is passed down from mother to child then the flora almost always developes into a MORE severe GAPS condition in the child. Best to correct the issue before conceiving, as this diet is highly complex & overall difficult to implement on children. Many GAPS patients hire a certified GAPS provider or nutritionist to coax them along. This diet will also plump your skin to reveal a more youthful look, as you will be consuming lots of homemade broth. Good luck!!

    • rawsynergytv Look up one of Dr Natasha Campbell McBride’s speeches on the GAPS healing protocol on here. It will help tremendously.

  6. you are cute as a bug and very sweet. But less is more…. I would watch more of your spots if they were condensed to 5 minets.

  7. Sorry it’s taken so long to reply. I’ve been searching for the exact place I purchased but can’t find it. They’re considered a 32 oz. straight sided glass jar & they come with a white metal plastisol lid. I’ll message you with some links I found. :0)

  8. I hear what you are saying re dehydrators lol. I am turning back towards wanting one just to mix things up a bit again, without going the gourmet route lol.

    I was offered a bargain 9 tray Excalibur, and felt intimidated – in a similar way to you. I just ordered an Excalibur 4 tray and feel comfortable with the size and capacity. The Nesco looks great – a clever way to bridge back into dehydrated food.

    Great alround presentation, many thanks 🙂

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