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Delicious, healthy snack!
So healthy eating comes naturally to me, but for those of you who need a little teeny push in the right direction, these are amazing! No joke!! It's similar to a lot of those 'veggie chips' but these are so much better for you (not only are they home made) and as mommy always told me, eat your veggies.

A friend of my moms showed me how to make these so eat up!!

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  • Step 1

    Wash the Kale, and peel off desired amount. Pull off stem like romaine lettuce and discard or compost the spines.

  • Step 2

    Put the kale in a bowl add a little bit of olive oil, eye ball it, but honestly you can always add more, and a little really does go a long way.

  • Step 3

    Spread the lightly oiled Kale out onto a baking sheet in one layer. Salt and season with whatever kinda salt mix seasoning you want. I recommend 'Janes Krazy salt', and Tomato Basil mix, though not at once. And remember a little goes a long way. :)

  • Step 4

    Put in an oven at 250 degrees F. (no need to preheat)

    Watch the Kale chips for about 20-30 minutes. You want them crispy, not soggy or still soft. You can pull the sheet out check em with your finger, Careful, they will be uber hot, and then just let em go until you feel they are crispy enough (or the smoke alarm goes off!). :)

    And viola! Delicious Kale chips!

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Constance  R.
Constance R. · 9 projects
You can probably use spinach!! I've never tried it, but i'm sure its pretty good! Tell me how they come out!
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ann s.
ann s.
i want to try this, but with spinach too
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Hot Coco
Hot Coco · Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, CA · 8 projects
I saw this recipe on peta2! They sound sooo good Happy
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Juliet Vickio
Juliet Vickio · Houston, Texas, US · 6 projects
Sounds so delicious! I have to try Happy!
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Kitty
Kitty · Okotoks, Alberta, CA · 18 projects
yum!
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Pyrate Pixie
Pyrate Pixie · Oviedo, Florida, US · 2 projects
Mom and Dad have kale in thier garden. Will make this for them.
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Constance  R.
Constance R. · 9 projects
so glad you tried these!! lol, right after i wrote the how to i made some for my family!! SO GOOD!
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Tick Tock
Tick Tock · 1 project
ahh! ty, i love these. i have a terrible time cooking kale lol, but these were delish
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Felecity W.
Felecity W. · U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado, US · 86 projects
This recipe is in one of my Vegetarian cookbooks!
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