KALE CHIPS. Crunchy, vitamin rich “chips” that will have you begging for more. I definitely was the first time I tried these babies out. My super cool nutrition friend made these for one of our study group sessions and I was pretty much licking the bag and pouring the crumbs into my mouth by the end of the night (or maybe it was 10 min into the session… probably). So this recipe was stolen from her.. shoutout to EM J FISH! I couldn’t remember exactly how she put this one together but it seemed pretty straight forward and I know she got the idea from those over priced packaged kale chips. Seriously, I was bowing down to her after I tried them.
Our study sesh was also the first time I ever heard of nutritional yeast. I was kind of grossed out by the name but not by the taste! It seriously tastes like cheese. CHEESE!!!! I’m not even kidding. Delish so don’t be too afraid to try it out. I get mine at whole foods and I’ve seen it around in other supermarkets as well. If you like cheese, I’m sure you’ll like this. Check out more about this cheesy goodness on Bob’s Red Mill.
- (PER HANDFUL OF KALE)
- 1 Handful of kale
- 1 tbsp olive oil
- 1 tbsp nutritional yeast
- 1/4 tsp sea salt
- 1/8 tsp garlic powder
- Preheat oven to 200*F
- Wash and dry your kale thoroughly
- Pull your kale apart into bite size chunks while pulling off the stems
- Mix the rest of the ingredients in a bowl and coat the kale pieces with your mixture (I like a thick coat because I love the cheesy taste)
- Place your kale on parchment paper or foil and on a baking sheet
- Place in the oven at 200* for 45-60 min (check after 45 min) or until crisp.
- Serve and enjoy!
- Recipe is per handful of kale, so adjust as neccessary.