Monday, April 25, 2011

carrot chips

there were carrots taking root in my fridge that needed to be used asap. a search brought me to one of my favorite raw recipe sites, gone raw. i've loved every recipe from gone raw, including these crispy carrot chips.


topped with my sister's yummy kalamata olive hummus



if you've got a picky veggie eater in the house, i suggest making chips out of them. (the veggies - not the picky eaters.=) it seems even the most finicky of eaters can't resist a crispy chip!

14 comments:

  1. your chips look yummy! I finally was able to find some ground flax seed so I plan to try your onion bread soon.

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  2. I love gone raw. The pictures make you want to eat everything on there.

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  3. You are inspiring me--perhaps just what I need to begin to unblock the resistance that keeps me from actually making beauty like this!

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  4. sienna would go wild over these! so would I! thanks for sharing.

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  5. What yummy goodness. I can never resist a raw veggie chip- the olive hummus and caponata would take me over the edge!

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  6. These look amazing! I wish I knew how to create such beautiful food like this Kelli. I am so inspired by you.

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  7. Kelli, I forgot to ask above...is there any way to do these and some of the other amazing raw recipes without a food processor or vitamix style blender? I don't have either but would love to create these recipes. Thanks for any input. xoxo

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  8. Kelli, your photos are wonderful and the crisps sound delicious. This is my first visit to your site and I've spent some time browsing through your earlier entries. I'm so glad I did that. I'm trying to cut back on the amount of meat we eat and your site will be helpful to me. I really like the food and recipes you feature here and I'll definitely be back. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  9. thank you all for your sweet comments!xoxoxoxo

    hi alia, that makes me so happy to hear. for the chips, you could buy pre-ground flax seed and use a cheese grater for the carrots. i'm sure they could be baked on low. with the hummus, i imagine a potato masher or even a fork would do the job. perhaps even a standard blender. same with the caponata dressing. my used magic bullet blender that i found on craigslist is one of my most useful appliances, and a food processor that my friend found at a yard sale. put the thoughts out there and the tools will come to you.=)

    hi mary, what a nice compliment! thank you!=)

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  10. Kelli, I so appreciate this! I can begin creating now. I am ready for those chips. xoxo

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  11. The carrot crackers look wonderful. I will go check out that recipe. Are they as good as our onion bread???
    Peace and Raw Health,
    E

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