We are always looking for easy and healthy snacks. I use kale in a lot of my soups, but I have heard over and over again how yummy kale chips are. I have been tempted to purchase them, but the packaged kale chips are expensive!
While I was in Whole Foods last week, the produce manager was giving me a few tips for incorporating more kale into our diets and she mentioned how easy it was to make your own kale chips. She said, “Wash them, spritz them with olive oil, sprinkle with sea salt and pop in the oven on a foil lined tray at 350degrees for 10-15 minutes, they are delicious!” I purchased a large bundle of kale (only $2.00!) and the recipe was SO easy that I still remembered it by the time we got home. My family LOVES these and they eat them just about as fast as I can make them.
It’s really that easy: wash. tear apart. spritz with olive oil (not much, but roll the leaves around with your hands to cover evenly). sprinkle with sea salt and then bake in a 350degree oven for 10-15 minutes. They dry out really quickly so start watching them closely at 10 minutes. Yum…enjoy!!