Ye, but... you might want to make sure and wait for another member here to confirm it as I am not very confident. Better yet, why don't you give a call to the Medifast guys because they can answer your Medifast question better...
I'd be grateful for something like that too!.
I have found soy crisps at the health Medifast food store that are just like chips (they even have a chili cheese flavor! Taste almost just like chili cheese Fritos!).
Very yummy! Also, the Walmart by my house has a whole wheat tortilla chip that I keep on hand but never allow myself more than a few at a time...
Kale chps are a good alternitive to potato chips and can be easly made at home..
1 bunch kale 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 teaspoon seasoned salt.
Preheat an oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Line a non insulated cookie sheet with parchment paper..
With a knife or kitchen shears carefully remove the leaves from the thick stems and tear into bite size pieces. Wash and thoroughly dry kale with a salad spinner. Drizzle kale with olive oil and sprinkle with seasoning salt..
Bake until the edges brown but are not burnt, 10 to 15 minutes...
Baked Kale Chips.
Servings Per Recipe: 6.
Amount Per Serving.
Total Fat: 2.8g.
Total Carbs: 7.6g.
Dietary Fiber: 1.5g.
I make pita chips with whole wheat pitas. just use a bit of extra virgin olive oil on them top them with any topings my favorite are parmasean and.
With a lil bit of salt then bake them @ 375 for like 5min till they get golden brown. I can only eat like 4 at a time but they are yummy. I made a whole bunch for new years day and they were gone before the bagged chips I bought for everyone else lol...
Kale? This kind of kale:.
Really? Recipe looks very easy. I never would have imagined..
I'll try it...
This may sound weird but I have dehydrated cottage cheese as chips before and they are pretty good, not salty but crunchy. Its been along time but it you blend the cottage cheese to a creamy consistancy and put it on the trays like you would for fruit rollups it will dry into chips and of course be full of protein..
I like soy crisps too. A quick lunch or snack, is to add a bit of peanut butter, or almond butter, and top with 1 tbsp raisins. Also helps if you have a sweets craving...
OK, so I picked up some kale on the way home... but I forgot the parchment paper. Is that essential or can I get by without it? Maybe used PAM on the cookie sheet?..
I searched through your blog tonight (.
) but didn't find what I was looking for..
Here's the deal. My weakness is chips. Salty. Crunchy. Yum..
, I had switched to baked pretzel chips from Sams Club. They were not as bad as regular greasy fried potato chips, but they are still made from white flour. I need to stay awat from fried chips and white flour so I'm looking for chip-like snack..
Have you invented a salty, crunchy satisfying chip made from strictly whole grains. Most of the on-shelf products I see are not purely whole grain. It should be appealling to the eye and to the nose and be salty and crunchy - but made from whole grains and no white flour..
It should require a bit of chewing and have relatively low amounts of bad stuff..
If it's already there on your site I missed it. If not, are you up to the challenge? Bet you are. You are the wizard of GBS friendy yummy. My money's riding on you!..
She does have the soy crisps on her site Jerry. I will be trying them when I can have solid foods! They have different flavors...
I have made the Kale chips without parchmant. I just lightly greesed the pain and they came out good! Good luck and let me know how you like?..
If you have a Trader Joe's nearby, they have a soy/flax tortilla chip in regular and spicy. 7 chips have 6g protein. Good stuff, almost too good... I use them to curb my chip craving, but I really have to be careful not to eat too many...
Isn't Kale a bitter green? I am not familiar with it, but am eager to hear what you thought, Jerry, if you made them..
Please let us know how the kale crisps came out. They sound good...