Here is a copy/paste from this site. Check out the other recipes on the site too! There are a lot of good ones.
Just great crunch with good fresh flavor.
3 Cups of Corn (fresh or frozen)
1/2 Cup Flax Seed meal
1 Teaspoon Granulated Garlic
1 Teaspoon Sea Salt
1/2 Cup Sunflower Seeds
1 Teaspoon Cumin
1 Cup Veggie of Your Choice ( I used edamame for this one – but other favorites are spinach and carrots)
1/2 Cup Jalapenos (Optional)
> I'm trying this tomorrow with:
spinach, sweet potato, onion, Jalapenos, chia seeds, pumpkin seeds (possibly without the sweet potato as I'm realzing i don't own a food processor and that probably needs to be food processed.)
HOW TO MAKE:
optional - Blend flaxseed to a finer meal.
Then combine that along with your veggies and blend on medium until cornmeal textured.
Dehydrate on 145 degrees for 3 hours.
Cut up in pieces and dry for at least 3-5 more hours until desired crispness is achieved.
I like mine very crispy so I dry at least 5 hours. Times vary depending on the different vegetables used, spinach sometimes takes less time than carrots.
It is not necessary to add jalapenos but I love a little heat. I buy the canned jalapenos that come with carrots, which adds more veggies in the mix.
Blend everything for one-two minutes until well blended.
Should be a cornbread batter like consistency.
It is important to spread out as thin as possible to achieve a chip like form. If made thicker, they will turn out fine but more like a cracker.
You can line a regular tray with parchment as the the flat tray provided w/ your dehydrator will most likey not produce a crsipy chip and it will be nearly impossible to remove the dried mixture from the tray!