There are no easier chips to make than Kale chips in my opinion. They are crunchy, lightly salted and so good for you!! My kids asked for them after school so I made a quick batch before one was off to softball practice and the other to hockey practice.
I posted earlier about growing your own scallions for life (ok not life but it says a really long time) and I had to get some to try it. While getting the scallions the kale was laying there all green and pretty just calling me to buy it. I figured I would use it in a stir fry but that was not to be. It’s now gone.
If you have never tried Kale chips and you like broccoli (as they have a similar flavor) I suggest you grab a bunch of kale at the store and try these. Besides tasting great they are truly a healthy snack and a good way to get those greens in your body!!
1 bunch of kale cleaned and de-stemmed (that means pull the leaves off the middle stem)
mix the leaves in a tiny bit of olive oil (just enough to give them a shine) and sprinkle with a few pinches of sea salt
lay them on a baking sheet and heat in a 350 degree oven until they are browning on edges and crisp to the touch.
Cool and Enjoy!!!
I could barely let mine cool enough to get a picture before my daughter photobombed and grabbed one.