Our favorite version of the ever-present kale chip.
There’s something to give thanks for every day of the year. And over the past few days in Washington DC, it’s felt more like November than April anyway. This yummy flatbread tastes like something in between pumpkin pie and candied yams, with the added nutrition of flax seeds!
On my quest to develop the perfect cracker upon which to spread raw almond butter,
I figured, why not just use almonds? To optimize digestion, I try to avoid using more than one source of fat at a time in a recipe, or combining fats with sweets. So this is my attempt to enjoy almonds without any addedsweetners. It has a warm autumnal taste without being heavy.
Reminiscent of “real” olive-rosemary bread but pleasantly mild. I made this because I am always looking for new ways to use pulp left over from juicing but also because I craved a very simple, mild-tasting bread/cracker raw-edible, one that I could nibble by itself or make into a bruschetta, or eat with a dip, versatile without being bland. Since I used beet pulp, mine turned out apretty terracotta color, which I find psychologically soothing…Try with any mild veggies. The green pepper lightens up the flavor a bit (the olives and pumpkins seeds make it heavier.)
These spicy, crunchy chips were dreamed up during a fit of chip cravings you wouldn’t believe!