I saw this adorable video
from Today I Ate A Rainbow
a few months back for Kale Chips. None of us had ever actually tried Kale Chips before, so I thought, if the cute kid on the video could do it, then so could I! My daughter and I set out to make them and LOVED them. Fast forward a few months and I just HAD to have them again. This time it became a wonderful afternoon activity and snack for my daughter and one of her best friends. I occurred to me that I should take pictures...after my hands were covered in olive oil, so a giant "Thanks" to my hubby for stepping in as camera man! Look! There is a picture of me!
Making Kale Chips is easy and fun!
- Wash and dry fresh kale.
- Cut or tear into approximately 2" pieces.
- Coat with a thin layer of EVOO. Use your fingers to cover all surfaces.
- Sprinkle with seasoning of your choice (we like Seasoned Salt or sea salt). I've even seen some ideas for adding Parmesan cheese! Yumm-o!
- Bake at 350 degrees for about 10-15 minutes, flip the chips as the bottoms start to get crispy.
- Allow to cool and enjoy!
Up next...Eggplant Chips
! Did you know that an eggplant is a fruit, not a vegetable?
And another fun fact that we figured out...the kale stays green if you put them in a dehydrator, instead of the oven. Thanks for the idea, Hiney Lineys! Click here for her method!