Vegan Raw Paleo Cheesy Kale Chips Recipe – Groovy Gourmet 1.1

Vegan Raw Paleo Cheesy Kale Chips Recipe – Groovy Gourmet 1.1

Hi, I’m Angela Webster, your Resident Chef & Health Foodologist and today I’m going to show you how to make Kale Chips. These kale chips are vegan raw and they’re gluten free, dairy free, soy free, sugar free and non-GMO They’re a great snack to have that’s healthy and gives you that fix for a chip. So, the first thing I’m going to do is juice half of a lemon,
half of an organic lemon of course with this nifty juicer citrus juicer. And that gives us about all the lemon juice we’ll need for this recipe. I’m going to cut about half of this pepper Red bell peppers a cup and a half approximately of cashews that have been soaked and dehyrdrated into the blender. We only need one quarter of this organic onion so I’m going to chop it up right now. Here we go. Into the blender. Our freshly squeezed organic lemon juice, right into the blender. Okay so. Now we’re going to use this wonderful contraption to take this skin off. And voila! One skinned piece of garlic. This part is optional. I go ahead and mince my garlic before I put it in the blender but you don’t have to because I guarantee you, that thing is going to tear it up. oh no, don’t put me in the garlic mincer! No! Ooh! There it comes. Now this is one utensil you really don’t want to go cheap on
because the cheap ones can never actually do this. Now, we’re going to spice it up! Okay? Spice time! This dish is really liberal. Go less, more, whatever you want. We’re going to use 1 teaspoon of cumin, 1 teaspoons of onion powder and 1 1/2 teaspoons of sea salt. So here is the time that you would
add in any Cayenne pepper or if you wanted to add any habanero peppers or ghost peppers or jalapenos. This would be the time to do that. Mix this up. 1 teaspoon raw organic tahini Okay. And then the spices. Yeah, we like to spice it up over here. One quarter cup of filtered water into the blender. Here we go. Everything in the blender. Lid on the blender. Turn it down to a lower setting because if you start it out at a high setting, it’s going to go everywhere. So, now it’s really important to taste it and make sure it’s the flavor that you like. Let’s see where we’re at. That’s good. Now I’ve got this nice fresh bunch of curly kale. So what I like to do is I like to pull the kale leaves off,
save this guy, because I can use this later to make vegetable stock. All these guys in here. And we’ll put it in the freezer until I’m ready to make soup. We do this a lot. Now, I’ve got my nifty salad spinner. We’ll be using that part later. I’m going to break the kale up to the size I want it which is about the size. Beautiful, we love it! Yeah, we love kale! This is going to be so good! And there we’ve got the kale. Now we’re going to soak this in water and give it a good rinse. I let this get pretty full and then I swish it all around. Get a nice good rinse on it. This kale goes into this strainer. Here’s your chance to exercise your
muscles. Get rid of the excess water. All right, this kale is ready to use. Put the kale in the bowl. And at long last it’s time to marry our kale with our cheese sauce. This is a good time to tell you to remove any rings you may be wearing because you’re about to get down and dirty. You’re going to start to really massage your kale. Really get to know it and work it all together. Let your kale guide you. The onions are making my eyes water. All right. Nice coat on the kale chips, leaves, cheese and the kale look very happily united. So now we’re going to lay the kale chips out on these trays here. Spread them out so they get nice and crispy. Here we go. So now, we’re going to take the kale chips and put them into the Excalibur, the only way to dehydrate, also known as the Kale Chip Hotel. All right, we’re going to leave them in the incubator for about 24 hours so they get nice and crispy. And we’ll come back and check on
them tomorrow. I’m going to put them at a 115 degrees so that none of the live enzymes get damaged in the process of the dehydration. Bye! Okay! The time has come. The 24 hours is up and it’s time to test out our kale chips. The moment of truth that we can never get to soon enough when these bad boys are in the dehydrator. Dun dunnun dunn! Let’s see how they are. Oh my god, yeah. These will make a believer out of anyone. Awesome! Crunchy like a chip, cheesey like a Dorito. I’m taking these to the party, baby. Here we go!

74 thoughts on “Vegan Raw Paleo Cheesy Kale Chips Recipe – Groovy Gourmet 1.1

  1. I am SO Impressed with the quality of your video! The kitchen is beautiful and perfect! ๐Ÿ˜‰ Your energy makes me feel happy and inspires me to cook! The video really is the "Cheese on the Kale Chip" (or icing on the cake?). You're gonna have a million fans! Very, very, very good job, Angela! xxoo

  2. Cool! Kale is NOT one of my favorite foods. But this recipe looks rather tasty. And the show is fun to watch. Keep it going!

  3. Yeah, me too, not a kale fan, but I've tried these chips. They don't really have a kale flavor. It's like it's dries out of them and you only have the texture left. These really are delicious!

  4. Wow thanks for this recipe! I love Trader Joe's Zesty Nacho Kale Chips and have been searching for a similar recipe. Every raw/vegan cheese recipe I have found has nutritional yeast which I'm allergic to. Now with your recipe, I can try to make these babies at home! ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. I am addicted! I don't have a dehydrator so I set my oven to 200 degrees and bake for 4 hours, flipping them after 90 mins and then mixing them every 30 mins after that. The key for me is to not use too much water (made that mistake in my second try;) Now I make a big batch every week! I have started to experiment, so because I am vegan I sub almonds for the cashews cause almonds are a great source of calcium and I use 1 cup nutritional yeast for the protein and B12 ๐Ÿ™‚ thanx4sharing!! yummmy!!<3

  6. Hi Nikki, I bought the dehydrator at a local health food store. You can order them online or check your local health food stores.

  7. Chef Angela,
    I thought that if you heat foods over 105 degree's it no longer considered raw? I wanna try this recipe because I am raw fooding, however I don't want to cook my food vs dehydrate. Can you please explain that? Thanks

  8. LOL! Thanks, Cole! Such kind words! You ROCK!! So glad you are enjoying the show. Perhaps I will get my own show one day…SOON! ๐Ÿ™‚

  9. Hi Trex! Thanks for your comment/question! I've heard of a few variations on this so I don't think anything is "gospel" but when I became Raw Food Certified through Alissa Cohen's school, we were taught 118 degrees. I have heard some other raw food gurus mention varying temps for different things. But, you can DEFINITELY dehydrate these at 105, if that's your number, and they will be just as good, I promise!! <3

  10. Thanks for your comment, Trex Trexxie. As I've studied more & more "schools of raw food," I can see that the "number" varies a little. Some people say 118, some say 102, some say 133. The "number" I was taught is 118. The discrepancy comes from various phytonutrients having slightly varying temp sensitivities. If you prefer 105, use that #. Same recipe dehydrated at 105 instead of 118. If you visit my website, you can read more on this topic by going to the Blog page & scrolling down a bit. ๐Ÿ™‚

  11. Nice demonstration. Will try these. Subscribing . What is the name of the tool you used to take the skin off the garlic and what kind of garlic press do you use?

  12. Hi Nick! Yes, you can do them on the lowest setting in your oven. You will have to turn them once or twice and I think it only takes a few hours. They won't be considered "raw" but my friend did it that way and said the tasted great!

  13. Mmm kale chips! I'm huge fan of that "grabbing the stalk" technique – such a time saver! I tried them last summer with toasted coconut and they're awesome. Happy cooking!

  14. What is the name of the cooking piece you put the Kale cheesy chips into? Is it expensive to run if it is going for 24 hours?ย 

  15. they look great, i would love to get a vitamix. ย  we should call it pesticide and chemical free instead of organic, then maybe more ppl would buy it..

  16. Hey! My name is Josseรฑia and I'm fifteen. ย I've been vegan for almost two years and i love to share my recipes, knowledge and experiences with people! I just started this channel, and I would love for you to check out my first video! Thanks! ๐Ÿ™‚

  17. Thanks, Angela! ๐Ÿ™‚ Love your energy keep it up. Take the critical comments as compliments… People throw rocks at things that shine ๐Ÿ™‚

  18. Thanks for the recipe Angela, you are funny and entertaining don't listen to the sour pusses that are party poopers and are complaining about you being annoying. I love your videos, keep them coming ๐Ÿ™‚

  19. can't wait to try my kale chips <3 thanks for sharing all your awesome 'clean' recipes. much appreciated. *help! when i go to your webpage i don't see any recipe? just a bunch of tags. would love to not have to go through video guessing what the amounts of ingredients are but i'll do what i have to do! those chips look amazing! have a great day!

  20. Shame….I could watch past 2 minutes bc this video was making me sea sick…or motion sick. i dont know, i just felt sick to my stomach watching it bc the camera was moving so much. such a shame bc it looks really good. ๐Ÿ™

  21. i can't find the recipe again ๐Ÿ™ i scribbled it down when i made these so at least i have that!!! THESE ARE SO TASTY IN THE DEHYDRATOR <3 LOVE LOVE LOVE

  22. Sound fantastic! I don't have a dehydrater.Could I dry them out in the oven?If so,at what temp and for how long??

  23. Isn't the pales diet about eating meat? In the Paleolithic age I thought they didn't have agricultural things like cows and milk, and kale. It's a meat diet.. right?

  24. Loved the video! I don't have a dehydrator. At what temperature would the kale need to bake?
    Also, where did you purchase those baking mats?

  25. it 100% safe and it i has no any side effects . i really love this paleo dite kale chips especially the ideas in the second half concerning paleo diet video is awesome


    There is some contraversy about diary being paleo. Some pales feel it is not ( thats me) and other paleos feel it is.
    You are delightful!


  27. i really love the quality of your doeso ne do videos like that with all the angles and the zooming in and stuff

  28. Do you have a recipe that does not have any nightshades (bell pepper is a nightshade) and without cashews?

  29. How do they taste like cheese or doritos? I noticed you didn't use any nutritional yeast which is used for popular vegan cheese.

  30. I made these using her recipe and they were amazingly good.ย  I added more of the red bell pepper to make for a richer color, and I didn't add tahini because I didn't have any on hand.ย  Really tasty.ย  Tip:ย  Double the recipe!ย  You're going to wish you had more.

  31. This is great! I just purchased an Excalibur and a Vitamix and I grow kale at home. This is just what I needed. ๐Ÿ™‚ You should definitely make more videos!

  32. In NZ Gale was put out to feed cows, It has taken time to see it fit for human consumption ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ but it is enjoyed by many now

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