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Imitation Doritos

Updated on August 19, 2013

Curve your salty cheese cravings with these imitation doritos

If your like me and want to eat healthy as often as you can so you can save the bad days for special holidays, then this is a great recipe for you. I absolutely love nacho cheese Doritos. I find myself craving them on a regular basis if I haven't had a lot of carbs during the day.

For a healthy and almost too good to be true snack idea that requires no deep fryer, try these Imitation Doritos. This is one of the best healthy snacks at curbing those salty cheesy cravings.

I will admit that the recipe requires more work than some of the other recipes I have shared. But if you like doritos and are wanting a healthy alternative. Give these a try.

Cooking Ingredients

Ingredients

1. 3 cups sunflower seeds ( sprouted )

2. 4 cups corn

3. 1/2 cup coconut aminos ( I recommend either Bragg's or Nama Shoyu )

4. 1/2 cup orange juice with pulp, or barley water

5. 1/8 cup onion powder

6. 1 teaspoon garlic powder

7. 2 tablespoons taco seasoning

8. 2 tablespoons chili powder

9. 2 tablespoons nutritional yeast (not raw)

Cooking Instructions

Cooking Time: 22-25 hrs

Instructions

1. In a food processor, blend throughly together the following ingredients:

- sunflower seeds

- corn

- aminos

- juice

- onion powder

- garlic powder.

2. Spread the mixture on dehydrator sheets covered with parchment paper. Cut the spreadout mixture into desired shapes and dehydrate at 104 degrees F for 22-25 hours until nice and crispy.

3. Flip chips halfway through the dehydration process and sprinkle them with following:

- taco seasoning

- chili powder

- nutritional yeast.

Ingredients All In One PLace In-case Your Local Grocery Didn't Have Them

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