Easy as 1.2.3.
These are a great snack – just crunchy & salty enough to satisfy that “junk food” tooth in a healthy way!
- 1-2 bunches of kale
- Olive Oil Spray
- Sea salt
Step 1: Wash your kale leaves
Tear the leaves into smaller sections & place them on a cookie sheet.
Step 2: Spray your kale leaves with olive oil and sprinkle them with sea salt.
Step 3: Bake at 400 degrees for 5 minutes; flip them over and bake for 5 minutes more.
Kale chips are best enjoyed fresh, but will keep for 1-3 days in an airtight container.
I really like the look of these; healthy snack food is a win-win in my book! So sorry I missed your round-up. I've been a bit behind with the holidays. I hope you have a wonderful new year and I look forward to sharing more with you in the weeks to come. :)ReplyDelete
I adore Kale chips...you can make many different varieties. For instance, I make a curry and coconut variety that is simply delicious! You can try lost of different combos:)ReplyDelete
Mmmm I LOVE kale chips!!! Another thing you can try, my best friend loves to do this, is make "broccoli chips" - she does it the same way you'd make your kale chips but subs slices of broccoli florets for the kale. They are VERY yummy! Also, I love to crush up my leftover kale chips and sprinkle them over stove-popped popcorn. :) Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness these were delicious! Never in a million years would I have thought of doing this.ReplyDelete
I've been looking for new veggie recipes to try! I am soooo gonna try this one! Thanks gal!ReplyDelete