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As the name suggests, this extremely popular dehydrated kale chips recipe calls for the fresh curly leafed variety of the plant. Curly leafed kale is a variant of the kale species that tends to have fluffed and curly leaves. It grows in both green and purple colors. Other called for ingredients within the recipe include extra virgin olive oil, sea salt, garlic powder, black pepper, ground sage, ground rosemary, and paprika. Despite the fact that the recipe calls for many different ingredients, the unique and delicious flavor of these kale chips isn't overly busy. If you're seeking a unique kale chips flavor that you are certain not to have tried before, then please consider giving this delicious recipe a try.
This dehydrated dried kale chips recipe is another one of our original creations. The called for ingredients are salt, dried cilantro flakes, extra virgin olive oil, sesame seeds, and rice vinegar. If you haven't had dried cilantro flakes on your kale chips then you're really missing out on a tasty flavor blend. In addition to having a great flavor, these kale chips are also very healthy for you. They're loaded with essential vitamins and minerals such as vitamin K, vitamin C, vitamin B6, vitamin A, iron, manganese, potassium, riboflavin, and calcium. Dehydrated dried kale chips also stay fresh for two weeks if properly stored, so you can take this super healthy snack food with you and eat them on the run.
This is currently one of our healthiest kale chips recipes. The recipe calls for organic kale rather than the more conventional non-organic variety of the vegetable. The best place to get fresh organic kale is from your own garden, especially considering that kale is extremely easy to grow. In addition to fresh organic kale, this recipe also calls for extra virgin olive oil, sea salt, and fresh lime juice. Once you combine and dehydrate all of these ingredients together, you get a tasty snack that is full of essential vitamins and minerals. These dehydrated healthy kale chips are a great source of vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin K, iron, and heart healthy monounsaturated fat from the extra virgin olive oil.
This delicious dehydrated lemon kale chips recipe calls for sea salt, extra virgin olive oil, fresh lemon juice, and crushed red pepper flakes. I personally love this flavor blend, it's definitely a must try. These kale chips aren't just delicious, they're also very healthy for you like all of our other recipes. They're loaded with tons of vitamin C from both the kale and the lemon juice, as well as large amounts of vitamin A, vitamin K, vitamin B6, iron, potassium, copper, and manganese. Regarding the lemon juice and crushed red pepper flakes, new studies have proven that they both increase the body's metabolism when consumed. If you are dieting be sure to snack on these chips whenever you can.
As is the case with several of our other kale chips recipes, this recipe calls for organic kale over the conventional non-organic variety. I always recommend the use of fresh certified organic kale because it's grown without any harmful pesticides and chemicals. Certified organic produce is also much less destructive to the environment as it requires eco-friendly growing and cultivation techniques. If you can, do try growing your own kale when the season allows, as that is the very best way to get the healthy organic variety. A novice gardener can grow it successfully, as it's a very strong and durable plant. Kale will even grow year round if you reside in a relatively cool to moderate climate.
These delicious dehydrated kale chips can be eaten and enjoyed by anyone that follows the paleo diet. For those of you not familiar with the diet, it's a nutritional plan that tries to parallel the dietary practices of ancient humans by advocating the consumption of wild plants, fruit, and clean naturally grown meat. The diet also strongly recommends that its practitioners avoid consuming any processed foods. The called for ingredients within this recipe are available in unprocessed or raw organic varieties, including the extra virgin olive oil. You will obviously want to use fresh organic kale, preferably a locally grown variety. I like to use homegrown kale or kale purchased at local farmers markets.
Many of our dehydrated kale chips recipes are compatible with raw vegan dietary standards. To make sure that any particular dehydrated recipe within our website stays raw vegan, you will simply need to make sure that you are using a raw extra virgin olive oil brand. This specific recipe calls for totally raw ingredients, starting with fresh organic kale, sea salt, minced garlic cloves, and raw extra virgin olive oil. The kale chips creation process is also completely raw vegan, with the dehydration temperature never exceeding 115 degrees F, or 46 degrees C. Drying the kale chips at a low temperature ensures that most of the nutrients and vital plant enzymes remain undamaged.
We've done a great deal of research on what the most popular flavor of kale chips is, and what we've discovered is that many people prefer the no frills wholesome taste of dehydrated salted kale chips. Kale itself is rather flavorful when dried out in a food dehydrator, so you don't really need a whole lot of extra ingredients to embolden the already full flavor. Just a little salt and extra virgin olive oil and you're good to go. This simple but delicious recipe could also be slightly accented by adding a tablespoon or two of freshly squeezed lemon, lime, or orange juice. As for the salt, I've found that most varieties work very well with kale chips, including kosher salt, sea salt, table salt, and Himalayan pink salt.
This recipe calls for the Tuscan variety of kale, which is also known as lacinato kale, black kale, dinosaur kale, Tuscan cabbage, black kale, black Tuscan palm, flat back cabbage, cavolo nero, Italian kale, or palm tree kale. Tuscan kale is very common and can be purchased in supermarkets, health food stores, and farmers markets. It's just as healthy as other varieties of kale, however, it tends to have a much more earthy and nutty flavor. Tuscan kale also seems to have leaves that are slightly more rigid than other varieties of the plant. In addition to the Tuscan kale, this recipe also requires other tasty ingredients such as extra virgin olive oil, garlic powder, fresh lemon juice, and salt.
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If you're looking to keep the neighborhood vampires at bay then be sure to try out a batch of these super healthy dehydrated garlic kale chips. This delicious recipe calls for extra virgin olive oil, salt, garlic powder, minced garlic cloves, and black pepper. In addition to tasting fantastic, these kale chips will help keep your immune system running strong. Kale is naturally very high in immune boosting vitamins such as vitamin C, vitamin A, and vitamin B6. The garlic within the recipe is also great for the immune system, having natural antimicrobial properties that fight off bacteria, viruses, and fungus within the body. So the next time flu season comes along, munch on these tasty garlic kale chips.
Our tasty dehydrated honey kale chips recipe is an excellent sweet snack food loaded with nutrients that your body needs. The recipe calls for organic bees honey, which according to the latest research contains antioxidants as well as antibacterial and antifungal properties. Organic honey has also been proven to reduce LDL or bad cholesterol within the blood, as opposed to artificial honey which has shown to increase bad cholesterol levels. While nonorganic or artificial honey will work with this recipe, we highly recommend that you use an organic variety instead for its health benefits. In addition to organic honey this recipe also calls for fresh lemon juice, extra virgin olive oil, and sea salt.
This Indian cuisine inspired kale chips recipe is guaranteed to awaken your taste buds. In addition to getting all of the vitamins and minerals available within the kale itself, you also get all of the health benefits associated with curry powder. Extensive research has been done over the last century on the health benefits of curry powder, some of which include blood sugar regulation, improved cognitive function, bad cholesterol reduction, and cancer prevention. Curry powder is also a powerful blood and body detoxifying agent. In addition to curry powder this kale chips recipe also calls for other extremely healthy ingredients such as extra virgin olive oil, ground cumin, and ground ginger.
This recipe has been tried and tested to a perfection, offering you the perfect sweet and salty flavor. Aside from the delicious flavor, dehydrated maple kale chips are also very healthy for you if consumed in moderation. Research has concluded that real organic maple syrup contains potent antioxidants that help the body ward off DNA damage and cancer. Real organic maple syrup can also help athletes with muscle recovery and settle an upset stomach. This recipe will work with imitation maple syrup, however, the imitation variety contains high fructose corn syrup which has been linked to diabetes, pancreatic cancer, and heart disease. We recommend real organic maple syrup.
This healthy recipe calls for baby kale. For those of you unfamiliar with baby kale, it's just like regular kale only it's picked before maturity. The leaves are particularly tender and sweet, while offering you the same concentration of bioavailable vitamins and nutrients that you would find in the larger fully matured variety. One advantage of using baby kale is that usually you will not need to remove any fibrous kale stalk or leaf veins, nor will you need to cut or shred the kale down to a desired chip size as it's naturally small. In addition to baby kale this recipe also calls for extra virgin olive oil, sea salt, fresh orange juice, and minced garlic. This recipe also works great with fresh lemon or lime juice.
This is another one of our dessert kale chips recipes. The chocolate flavor is produced by blending together soaked unsalted cashews, organic agave nectar, organic cocoa powder, cinnamon, organic vanilla extract, and sea salt. Despite the high glycemic index of these kale chips, they're still very healthy for you if consumed in moderation. Organic cocoa powder is free of harmful additives and preservatives and is proven to lower bad cholesterol or LDL within the blood, ward off cancer with its powerful antioxidant properties, and strengthen overall cardiovascular health. Organic cocoa powder is also a rich source of magnesium, iron, copper, zinc, calcium, manganese, and more.
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