Crispy Kale Chips
Want another way to eat Kale? I tried this recipe from Snack Girl because I had a bunch of kale that I hadn’t used in smoothies. I tore them up, put them in a bowl, and tossed them with olive oil, sea salt and pepper and baked them for 8-10 minutes.
HOLY MOLY! Even the kids liked them. They were surprisingly light and crispy and just melted in your mouth. And since it is rich in vitamin C, vitamin A, betacarotene, iron, potassium, and calcium, you’ll be doing yourself a favor making these little Super Chips.
Tear or cut leaves, toss in olive oil, salt and pepper (I tried garlic salt and cayenne pepper too) and place on pan with parchment paper.