Have you ever made this little jewels? They are amazing!
I know what you are thinking though, this is Thrifty Divas, not Recipe Divas, but have you ever bought these in a store? They can be quite pricey! My local health food store had them for $8 a bag! I don’t feel right about spending that much when I can make it at home so easy! Plus, this week kale was in my Bountiful Basket. Don’t know what a Bountiful Basket is? Check out our post HERE. A basket full of fresh fruits and veggies is only $15, so my kale was about $1 for a whole bunch, if that much.
To make your own kale chips you need…
Kosher or Sea Salt
What To do…
1. Preheat your oven to 300 degrees.
2. Pull apart your kale leaves from the stem.
3. Wash and dry thoroughly.
4. Toss with 2 tablespoons of olive oil.
5. Lay flat on a cookie sheet. Make sure you don’t try to bunch it all up or it won’t cook right. Separate into two batches if you need to.
6. Sprinkle with salt to taste.
7. Bake 15 minutes then turn over and bake for another 15 min or until crisp.
This really was tasty and is an awesome substitute for potato chips. They do however get kind of soggy after a while, so they probably need to be eaten quickly. But it’s not really hard.
Do you like kale chips? How do you make yours?
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