Monday, October 24, 2011

Kale Chips

Here's how to get your kids to eat kale.  That is, if you're generous enough to leave them any.  Kale is all kinds of good for you, and now, all kinds of good tasting, too.  These chips are every bit as delicious as that bag of Lays, and now you don't have to feel guilty when you can't eat just one.

You'll need one bunch of kale, washed and dried.  Remove the stems, and spines, too, if the leaves are big, and give them a rough chopping.  Lay them out on on a cookie sheet or jelly roll pan, then drizzle with (about 2-3 TBSP) olive oil, and give them a good sprinkling of salt.  Toss slightly to coat.

Bake the leaves in the oven at 350 degrees for 10-15 minutes or until they look crisp and the edges are beginning to brown.  Take them out, and devour immediately.  Then, lick your fingers and wish you had made more.  Contemplate making more.  Go ahead, make more.


  1. Hi!

    I agree, these are so good! My kids love these~~


  2. Heather, Until you've had them, I don't think you really understand just how melt-in-your mouth delicious these are, don't you agree? They sound terrible, but even kids like them!


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