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  1. Noelle

    Looks scrumptious. I have kale in the same way and have not turned back!

  2. Mom

    Yea! Greens for Amber! Looks tasty and what a great idea for a healthy snack!

  3. Diana

    Although I would rather eat my kale raw, every time I see kale chips, I really have the urge to make them! If they taste like Doritos I think I would be in love. 🙂

  4. Hannah

    Amber, I’ve changed my mind. I don’t want a cheezecake buffet when I visit, I want a never-ending platter of these. It’s almost impossible to find kale in Australia… wanting wanting wanting!

    P.S. Congratulations on your greenering!

  5. Averie (LoveVeggiesAndYoga)

    “reversing the amounts of sunflower seeds vs. hempseeds (for frugality’s sake)”–SO SMART!!

    I tell people that any amount of cashews, hemp seeds, sunflower seeds, etc…in my recipes, nothing is usually ever “so” precise that one cannot reverse things. Or ad lib and tweak b/c lets face it, the avg person doesnt have hemp seeds layin’ around but they do have sunflower seeds and can probably snag some cashews. So glad you like the dip!!!! It’s great on everything from raw veggies to thinned out w/a little water as a pasta sauce…like in that lasgana you just made!

    And the kale chips, glad you like my recipe. I have used agave in the past as you have in this one, and i have a HUGE sweet tooth…but…I actually prefer my kale chips w/ no agave but i know matthew kenney and ani use agave in their kale recipes, pretty sure if memory serves.

    Anyway GREAT job, thanks for the linky love and shout outs…glad you liked the eats!!


  6. Kylea

    These look fabulous! I made some kale chips a while back but these look even better – and I like kale! The cheezy dip looks like a must as well!

  7. Tanya Alekseeva

    Amber, your blog is so much fun! I have been lost here for an hour now (in a good way)! Yey thanks for commenting on my blog so I can find you! And I cant believe that in my 3 years of Raw Food eating, I STILL haven’t tried making Kale Chips- I will now and your recipe is the first I’ll be using, thank you! xxTanya

  8. Esther

    Hey Amber, question for you – does the baking method really get them crisp for you? For me they weren’t even close to crisp, and then I ended up burning them!
    Tonight I tried faking a dehydrator with my oven by turning it on looooow (225) and leaving them for a few hours, turning occasionally. Seems to working much much better.
    Just curious. 🙂