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Healthy_Recipes > Kale Chips

These are really easy to make and I've done them both ways - using a bunch of organic kale and also using organic baby kale.  Using the baby kale results in a much more delicate chip - so if you want a crunchier, more substantial chip, a bunch of organic kale is the way to go.

So strip the leaves off the tough, center rib. Tear into healthy bite-sized chips.  Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.

Spread your chips out on a baking sheet lined with either parchment paper, foil or a silicone mat.

Either lightly drizzle them with olive oil or lightly spray with spray olive oil.

Season them anyway that appeals to you. My daughter's favorite seasoning is chili-lime spice. I've used Herbamare, granulated garlic, and sea salt and black pepper are delicious too. Use whatever appeals to you you.

Bake for 5 or 10 minutes (depending on your oven) until crisped and crunchy - but keep an eye on them because they will burn quickly.

You can sub in spinach or another leafy green or even Brussels sprouts as well.


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