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Corn Chips & Guacamole

One of my favorite raw food recipes for an after work treat has always been chips and guacamole. Trying to be healthier, I switched to blue corn chips with flax. Maybe a little healthier than some of the others, but still full of salt, with the nutrients baked right out of them. More empty calories. So, the challenge was to create a raw food recipe for chips that worked with my chunky guacamole and satisfied my salty, crunchy tooth. The answer to the challenge is raw corn chips!



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  1. bella wrote on February 16, 2013

    Looks delish. I love guacamole. However, 95 percent of corn is genetically modified which is not healthy. I’m experimenting with perfecting a raw crunchy suitable substitute. I also sometimes add a little raw hemp protein powder to my guacamole to make it even more nutritional. Love your recipe ideas..helps keep me going when I lack inspiration.

  2. Sheila wrote on April 25, 2012

    I don’t have a dehydrator as of yet, but even drying these in a regular oven on the lowest temp would certainly be better than “chips in a bag.” I’m going to try this recipe even though it won’t be considered raw. I hope to purchase a dehydrator soon–just trying to figure out there I’m going to store all of my new gadgets :-/…….10-cup food processor, vitamix, juicer, dehydrator??

    • Scotty wrote on December 25, 2015

      Get rid of the oven to make more.counter and cupboard space

      • Susan wrote on December 29, 2015

        Hi, Scotty, That certainly is an idea but since Rawmazing is not 100% raw, it might cause some problems here… 🙂

  3. Rochelle wrote on March 25, 2012

    When I make my corn chips I drop them by a tablespoon and than flatten each spoon full they always come out cripsy


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