Kale Chips

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Kale Chips via Homemade Mommy

I get asked for this recipe a lot…
Some facts on Kale:
Kale is the most nutrient dense green leafed vegetable. It aids in blood clotting, promotes healthy vision and retinal function, and fights cancer. My 3 year old really only eats this one veggie so we make this and eat it a lot when it is in season which luckily for us is quote often in Central Texas.



Preheat oven to 350 degrees. TIP: Put the coconut oil in a bowl and throw it in the oven so that it melts while you prep the kale.
Remove leaves from the stems and wash and thoroughly dry them (this helps them crisp up better). Spread the kale evenly as possible on a roasting pan or cookie sheet (you can line it with a silpat to make clean up easier). Sprinkle with paprika and turmeric.
Pour the oil over the kale and toss.

Cook for about 10-15 minutes (cooking time varies so keep your eye on it). It is ready when most pieces are crisp and crunchy!
Remove from oven and grind a little sea salt on top to taste.
Let it cool and then transfer to a bowl. If you have leftovers (which we sometimes do) then just cover the bowl with a dish towel – using plastic wrap or putting the kale in a closed container will make them instantly lose their crunch.

*Do not use Olive Oil or they will taste bitter

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28 Responses to Kale Chips

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  8. Lindsey, can you do this recipe using another leafy green? My weekly farm box has some new veggies (to me) and I was thinking of trying this, but I don’t want to ruin good veggies if you have already tried it. I have tatsoi, reg. spinach and collard greens.

  9. i live in italy where olive oil is abundant(actually we make our own evo)….can i use it instead???

  10. Candace Holmes says:

    I love making kale chips! I like putting freshly grated Parmesan cheese and granulated garlic on mine :)

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  13. […] Wat te maken met boerenkool? Ik doe het door mijn weightgain smoothie, je proeft het nauwelijks, zeker als je er wat fruit en kaneel aan toe voegt.  Vanavond maak ik boerenkool-stamppot 2013 style: met puree van zoete aardappel, knoflook, zelf gekruide kipblokjes, venkel en gehakte nootjes, vrij naar www.ah.nl/allerhande/recepten/882692/boerenkool-venkelstamppot-met-kip. En een recept van boerenkool chips: http://www.homemademommy.net/2012/07/kale-chips.html. […]

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  18. Lori says:

    Thanks for the note on not using olive oil – I tried kale chips before, I really, really wanted to like them but they were horribly bitter. Now I know why and will give them another try with coconut oil. Thanks.

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