Have you ever had a kale chip? They are the most intriguing thing.
So feather light, but they pack a crispy, satisfying crunch.
You can probably put almost anything you want on them. A variety of oils, herbs, salts, and seasonings. Whatever you like. I made two batches today out of one head of kale. Making kale chips is incredibly simple. Just make sure you remove the stems all the way up the leaf, that your kale is completely dry, and remember that a little oil goes a long way. I drizzle maybe 1/2 a Tablespoon, then season, then massage the oil around and toss the leaves, and then season again.
The first batch is Sweet, Salty, & Spicy. A little drizzle of olive oil, a couple pinches of coconut sugar, sea salt, and a couple pinches of ground chipotle. SO good.
The second batch is equally as simple. A little drizzle of olive oil, a few sprinkles of sea salt, and garlic powder. I would say one head of kale makes about 2 cups. It shrinks significantly once it’s been baked.
So simple, so delicious, and a healthy alternative to potato chips. Enjoy!