It’s everywhere! It’s been crowned a super food meaning that it’s super good for you. It’s packed with vitamins and fiber and all kinds of good stuff for you. Unfortunately, kale is a little tough. It’s not really something you can put in a salad. It’s kind of like if spinach and seaweed were brother and sister, kale would be their no-nonsense mom from the wrong side of the tracks, if that makes any sense. Or even if it doesn’t.
So, to help you eat some kale and amp up your diet and vitamin intake, I’m here to show you how to make kale chips. They’re really tasty and a good snack food that doesn’t have a lot of calories but fills you up. The recipe is ridiculously simple, are you ready? ARE YOU READY?
I told you it was easy.
Preheat your oven to 220 degrees. Chop the kale up into 2 inch pieces. I didn’t use the very end of the stalk because it’s so tough. Place the kale evenly on a cookie sheet, sprinkle with sea salt (really sprinkle, you don’t need much salt to make these flavorful) and put them in the oven for 60-70 minutes. You can check them out and bake them for a little longer if they’re not to your liking in terms of crispiness. I like my chips crispy. Like…crispips or…chispies. I don’t know what I’m saying. Enjoy your healthy snack!