I love Kale chips! Have you eaten them before? I never even knew such a thing existed until one day I was watching the Food Network they had a special about this little café in California and how they where famous for Kale chips. I was intrigued to say the least!
I am always looking for creative ways to get my family to eat more vegetables. I honestly didn’t think anyone would eat them. But I thought it was worth a try. Boy oh boy was I surprised not only did the kids finish the whole tray before I even sat down to try them they asked me to make more. That is always a good sign. I made another tray and I really enjoyed them in fact we enjoy them so much that I make Kale chips a few times a week. They are a great snack and perfect for lunches plus the taste better then potato chips.
1 Bunch of Kale
3 Tablespoons Olive oil or whatever oil you use to cook with
Rinse the Kale really well then lay it on a dry dish cloth to drain. Pull the leaves away from the stems then place them on a baking sheet. Cut the lemon in half and squeeze half of it on top of the Kale, drizzle the olive oil over the top, and sprinkle salt to taste over the leaves. Using your hands mix around the leaves to thoroughly coat them with the lemon juice and olive oil. Lay them the Kale leaves flat in the baking sheet sprinkle a little more salt. Bake at 400 F for 10 minutes.
Brandy is a mother of 4 and a self proclaimed foodie. She believes that food nourishes the soul and prides herself on cooking budget friendly meals from scratch that are flavorful and healthy.