Kale Chips

16 Jun

Kale chips dont come out looking particularly pretty, but they are tasty!

Kale is considered a bit of a super-food nutritionally. I’ve read that it’s high in fiber and is a great source of vitamin A & calcium, among other nutrients.

This summer, I discovered “Kale Chips” – they’re super fast and easy to make, but turn out to be a very tasty snack. I’ve almost convinced my boyfriend to stop eating actual chips in exchange for kale chips.

5-6 Large Kale Leaves

1-2 tbsp Olive Oil

Seasoned Salt (about 1 tsp, a small sprinkling)

Tear up kale leaves into small chip-sized pieces and place them on a large cookie sheet, covered with baking parchment. Drizzle olive oil over kale pieces – or use a spray olive oil to lightly coat them. Sprinkle a small amount of season salt over the chips then place in preheated oven at 350 degrees for about 10 minutes.

Kale will look slightly shriveled and be crispy. Eat while warm or store for later.


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