Kale Krinkle Chips

This is another recipe from Dr Joel Fuhrman’s Eat to Live Cookbook, and oh what a delight.
They’re so delicious that I’m eating them now as I put this post together. They’re very, very moreish.
If you’re finding it difficult to get your kids to eat Kale then try this recipe, they’ll love them and be asking for more.

Kale Chips

Ingredients:
1 bunch of Kale, tough stems and centre ribs removed. I used Tuscan Black variety.
2 tbsp. nutritional yeast
1 tsp onion powder
1 tsp garlic powder
1/8 tsp chili powder
1 tbsp. raw cashew butter
1/4 cup of water

Method:
1. Preheat the oven to 110 degrees C or 225 degrees F
2. Break kale leaf into two pieces
3. Place remaining ingredients into a large bowl and whisk together.
4. Add kale leaves and massage the mixture into the kale.
5. Spread the kale out onto a cooking tray without overlapping the pieces. Using baking paper will prevent sticking and make it easier to turn the pieces over.
6. Bake for 45 minutes or until crispy and dry, turning occasionally to prevent burning.

Note: The full proof and easiest way to cook is by using a dehydrator. I set mine to 110 degrees C and cooked for about 90 minutes. This way there is no need to turn them and it is very difficult to over do them.

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10 Responses to Kale Krinkle Chips

  1. sarasinart says:

    I like your expression and need to remember it: morish. Many things are morish when they’re good!

    • Yes, a wonderful expression Nancy. Moreish i.e. food that is so tasty that you want more.
      How are you and what have you been up to lately? I’m still busy with my Aquaponics. I’ll be getting a 125 Silver Perch and 25 catfish fingerlings in the next few weeks. When that happens my plants should really take off with the extra nutrients they will provide.

      • sarasinart says:

        So adding and having the fish is doing well and things are working properly; that is great to hear! And you’re still harvesting lots of good veggies?

        It’s cold and feels like winter here although the calendar says not yet. I am excited to have a big plan: the first of the new year will be a really new year for me, since I’m going to retire from work. Time to do so many things I haven’t had time to do, and also to kick back with no schedule. There won’t be weeds in my garden next year!

      • Sounds good Nancy. You’ll be living the Good Life I’m sure. At present I only have a few goldfish keeping my plants alive, so the addition of 125 Silver Perch and 25 Catfish, which should all grow quite rapidly, will provide far more nutrients and thus cause much more rapid veggie growth andallow me to plant much more densely.

  2. uberdish says:

    I totally agree that kale chips are a great way to get kids to eat kale! I love this recipe with cashew butter. Thanks for sharing!

    • G’day Angela. Great to hear from you again. Have you any more pearls of wisdom for me from Professor Campbell? I regard him as well as Dr Esselstyne as Saints within the nutritional field. Selfless, principled human beings of the highest order. There are many others I know but they are the ones that I am most aware of.

  3. Sophie33 says:

    Yum Yum yummmm. 😊

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