A new favorite! Didn't use oil, just didn't dry the kale after washing. Added 1tsp sugar and three shakes of cayenne and tossed by hand in a bowl. Baked 9 min at 400^F on cookie sheet lined with parchment paper. On the menu!
SUPER YUMMY! Used the strawberries for icing, cake, cookies, and smoothies. On the menu!
Fluffy goodness with a few subs. Flour: spelt. For each tsp Baking Powder: 1/4 tsp baking soda plus 1 1/2 tsp lime (or lemon) juice (added in with the milk). Shortening: coconut oil. Milk: almond milk. A fistful of extra flour balanced the extra moisture from the lime juice, and an extra tsp salt balanced the extra flour. DH loved them. Yum!
Great sweet potato sub! Added cinnamon, a light sprinkle of ginger, and a smidget of cayenne. Took another reviewer's advice and put them in while the oven preheated. Perfect compliment to my kale chips! Also works well with frozen cubes.
Super tasty for open. To eliminate metallic taste, I used 1/2 tsp aluminum-free baking soda and 1 Tbs lime juice (added with water) ar a sub for baking powder. Even thick crusts taste flakey and bake all the way through. Didn't give the extra star because the dough was very difficult to roll and place in the pan. I couldn't use this crust for small, wrapped or closed pastries for fear it would fall apart.