Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 30 mins

These are uber kid-friendly. It's a great way to get extra vitamins (especially B-12 from the nutritional yeast) and protein (cashews, nutritional yeast) into tots. They taste like Doritos. Yum, yum, yum!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Remove hard stalks from kale and set aside in a mixing bowl.
  2. Add remaining ingredients to blender and process until smooth, adding a little bit of water or more lemon juice if needed.
  3. Pour sauce over kale and mix until evenly coated.
  4. Lay out on parchment paper and dehydrate on low for about 10 hours, turning over halfway through--OR bake at 300F for 30 minutes, flipping over walkway through.


Most Helpful

Amazing! I was skeptical but these kick butt. I dehydrated at 145° for 2 hours then 115° for 3 hours. Great hit with my man.

socbtrfly9 June 04, 2013

My kale chips turned out amazing. They tasted just like they were store bought. I used a nutribullet which made making the flavoring much easier, just had to add a 1/4 cup of water to keep the blending going. I used my Nesco dehydrator and set it on 135 deg for 4-5 hours. They were a big hit among my family and friends.

jayreed7 July 27, 2014

These were so good!!! Thanks so much for submitting this recipe. I bought a Nesco Dehydrator last week after eating Kale Chips from the Vitamin Shoppe that were $3.00 for a little container! They were good, but not good! LOL Also, I want to thank socbtrfly9 for her advice, because it cut my drying time in half.

NDWright221 August 27, 2013

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