Faux Cheesy Kale Chips

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Servings: 5

Prep Time: 00:05

Cook Time: 00:10

Main Ingredients

1 big head of kale

1 tbsp avocado oil (this does not burn at high heats like olive oil & is a healthy fat!)

3 tbsp nutritional yeast (i use bragg live foods)

1 tsp garlic powder

s&p to taste

pinch of turmeric (optional) - i like it for reducing inflammation int the body


1Preheat oven to 350F. Massage the above ingredients into kale. Chop or rip dried kale into desired chip size. Then massage all of the above ingredients into the kale until kale is well coated and has a yellowish tint. Then place kale so that pieces are not touching one another on a baking rack (wire rack - this is to let the kale get dry and crispy so it doesn't get soggy from its natural water content) on a cookie sheet (might need 2) and bake for 9-12 minutes until desired crispiness. Flip the kale half way through, Let cool and enjoy!

Additional Notes

Note: This makes 4-8 servings - depending how much you eat each time - warning it is easy to eat the entire batch at once! Note 2: If you store it out in the open it keeps better because storing it in an air tight tupperware makes it less crispy with time.

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