It doesn’t matter how many times I make these Cheezy (Cheesy) Raw Kale Chips, they hardly ever make it out of the dehydrator!
I eat some while I’m preparing them…and some more before I even start the dehydrator.
Then when I go to periodically check on them, my boys want to taste “just one” and eats them right out of the dehydrator before they are even finished.
They aren’t even crunchy yet and he’ll eat a half tray full!
And I have never had enough to put away for later because they are always gone before the end of the day.
Not only are these great to snack on, but I’ll sometimes put a handful on my boy’s lunch or dinner plates as a green vegetable side dish.
Even though you can also make these in the oven, I prefer to use my dehydrator to keep them raw and all the nutrients intact that would get destroyed from the heat of the oven.
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- high in iron
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Tip #1: I like to use curly kale, but I’m sure you could use whichever variety you have or prefer.
Tip #2: After you break the pieces of kale off the stems, don’t throw the stems away…save them for juicing!
Tip #3: I put mine on a mesh dehydrator tray and I do have a lot of the cheezy coating that falls through, so you might want to try the Paraflex sheet to avoid the mess. I just haven’t tried them on the Paraflex sheet so I don’t know how much it would alter the dehydrating time.
Tip #4: Although I’ve never tried this, I’ve seen recipes where you can make them in the oven at the lowest temperature.
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