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Kale Chips

November 8, 2011
Updated: April 28, 2016
by
LAURYN

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[ Extra virgin olive oil complements the kale perfectly ]

My food vice? Chips & spicy, chunky pico de gallo [ guac too! ]. I could eat chips all day long- they’re so satisfying and addicting, but unfortunately packed with carbs & sodium. This baked kale chip recipe [ given to me by “the Nanz” ] is an amazing alternative to tortilla chips & turned out just as delicious. The hubby, kids, boyfriend, girlfriend, etc. will appreciate this easy recipe too. Afterthought: next time I plan on trying this recipe with low sodium soy sauce instead of salt!

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[ Sea salt jar ]

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[ Mix kale, sea salt & EVOO with a spatula ]

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[ Oven ready kale with my grandma’s handwritten recipe ]

Kale Chips

** Make a large bowl of kale chips

1 bunch kale

1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil

1 teaspoon sea salt

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper. Wash the kale with water & pat dry. Tear kale in to small pieces and place in a bowl with EVOO & sea salt. Mix together with a spatula. Bake until edges are brown [ do not let it burn! ]. Keep in oven for 8 to 10 minutes. Enjoy with plain or with spicy salsa!

 

 

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  3. Kim

    I add Ms.Dash Southwest Seasoning to my Kale Chips before dehydrating them and they come out tasting like Doritos!! Awesome website…can’t wait to do your juice cleanse! :-)

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  5. ellie

    that looks soooo good! I accidentally bought too much kale the other day online from peapod-think I’ll make these and share them with my roommates! How long do these stay good for? Is it an eat right away thing or can I put them in a ziplock bag and eat them all week?

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