If you have never heard of or had kale before, you should really try it! I give the credit of this post to my mom. She found the recipe for the chips and it was all her idea – so thank you mom! They were delicious and we were pretty proud of ourselves.
My friends Sandy and Eliza gave me a couple more ideas for chip recipes so I’ve been thinking that for the next few posts I will be trying out different kinds of chips! Sound good?
- 1 bunch kale
- 2 tbs olive oil
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
First, preheat the oven to 300°F. Wash the kale, cut the stem from the middle of each leaf and tear the leaves into bite sizes pieces. You can use a salad spinner to dry the kale and then make sure it’s damp by patting with paper towel.
Add the torn leaves to a bowl and sprinkle with olive oil and salt. Toss to distribute the seasoning. Place the leaves on a cookie sheet lines with 2 layers of parchment paper. Make sure they aren’t overlapping.
Bake for 20 to 22 minutes and take them out when the leaves are dry and crisp to the touch.
These kale chips are delicious and the perfect substitute for potato chips. I hope you like them!