It's not much of a recipe. I have tried different variations, but then the kids will not eat them.
They love the tang of lemon. So all we do is wash and strip the Dino kale (we like that one best because it lies flat) and put the strips in a bowl. Put a little olive oil, a little salt and a big squeeze of lemon. Toss them around and put them on the trays and away we go until they are super crisp.
They boys pull the trays out of the dehydrator and munch away. Usually they can go through 5 trays at a time. If there is any left over, I just leave them in the dehydrator and the next day give them 30 min extra time on a medium setting to re-crisp them and they finish them off.
They even guard them from each other. It's weird.
If I had it my way, I'd knock back some of the lemon, all of the regular salt and add in hickory salt instead. Yum.
If I cook kale any other way, they will not eat it.