Nutritional Yeast is high in vitamin B12 and taste like cheese when added to foods. I use it sprinkled on eggs, salad and its even great on popcorn. This inactive yeast is yellow, flakey and you can find it at health food stores, usually in the bulk bins. It is a staple for vegans.
I dehyrate mine because I have a dehydrator but you can also bake them. They take no time at all and most kids will eat them. They may turn their nose up at first but after the first bite they are usually sold. Give them a try if you have never had them. I promise it will be your new addiction.
Cheesy Kale Chips
- 2 big bunches of kale, washed, stems removed and dry
- 1 cup soaked cashews, soak for an hour and drain
- 1/2 red pepper
- 2 tbsp nutritional yeast
- 1/2 tbsp himalayan sea salt
- juice of one lemon
- Tear kale into small pieces but leave them about the size of a potato chip. Place them in a large bowl.
- Add cashews, red pepper, nutritional yeast and salt to your VitaMix and blend until smooth. Cover the kale with the cashew mixture and use your hands to massage the mixture into the leaves.
- Place the leaves on a large cookie sheet and bake at 350 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes or until chips are crisp. If you dehydrate these they will take overnight in your dehydrator.