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Kale Chips Recipe (My Natural Energy Booster!)

Kale Chips

Many of you followed me on my Juicing Journey. While doing that, I fell in LOVE with Kale! For those that don’t know, Kale is a green that looks similar to mustard greens. It doesn’t taste great if you eat it by itself and can be very bitter.

There are many ways to eat it–but I’ve found a excellent recipe to make Kale Chips. Yes, Chips! and they taste wonderful.

I highly suggest that you add Kale to your diet, I’ve got to the point where I crave it–so I make myself a great little snack and it gives me a great boost of energy in return.

 Kale Chip Recipe:

  • 1-2 big bunches kale, leaves chopped to chip sized pieces
  • 1 tablespoon oil coarse salt, to taste
  • 2 tablespoons Olive Oil

1. preheat oven to 350 degrees
2. Spread kale onto baking sheet. Pour on oil and seasoning onto kale. Mix to coat all pieces.
3. Bake for 10 minutes or until crispy.
4. Serve

Super easy and tasty!

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  • sherill says:

    I have recently become a big fan of Kale and it’s one of the very few veggies my picky husband will eat (go figure). I came upon it not by juicing (my hats off to you for giving that a go) and I’m so happy to have something healthy to put on my families plates that they will actually eat!!!!

    Looking forward to trying the chips!

    As always, a big thanks Josie!

  • dion says:

    are there any other similar veges that work for chips, used to always seeing the same o’ potatoes and carrot chips.

  • Izabela says:

    I’ve made kale chips a couple of times, they taste great! I use Celtic Sea Salt or Himalayan Sea Salt – this way you are getting tons of minerals in addition to great nutrition kale has on its own. Make sure you get only the organic kale. Ralphs seems to have it on sale A LOT. I like to experiment with kale – during summer I would make “desserts” with kale. 🙂 As long as you add some banana and/or coconut oil, the bitterness is not strong at all. Bon Appetite! 🙂

  • Aileen says:

    thanks Josie! i tried juicing this last week with apple and cucumber. this looks good! i will definitely try this out! organic kale is on sale at ralphs this week!

  • Meryl says:

    just made my first batch last night and ate the whole bag myself!!! Great recipe- thanks Josie for sharing all of your great ideas!

    And thanks Aileen- will have to get more at Ralphs, always try to get organic!

  • Gabrielle says:

    Made my first batch today and then noticed you had these on your blog :). They are soooo delicious. Have you tried Massaged Kale Salad? I love that too!! My body craves the greens and they’re so healthy.

  • Gee says:

    Ahh looks good. I have been eyeing kale chips at fresh and easy for a while but at $5-6 for a small bag it is a bit much for my budget. I read that it has more vitamins and nutrients than meat and spinach, it seems to be a good superfood like quinoa.

  • Angela says:

    If you love Kale like I do, I have a great recipe you and your family might enjoy. If interested, don’t hesitate to ask. Cheers to the chips-they were great!

  • sandy says:

    i hope these are good, i tried the ones at trader joes and bristol… yucky. i’m a vegetarian and usu most posted recipes on sites have meat. i like vege recipes like these.:) yay

  • Kelly A. says:

    Not sure about you guys in SoCal, but here in my Bakersfield 99 cent store, I was able to find the 1lb. containers of Earthbound Farms Organic baby kale and EB Farms Org. Spinach 11 oz and 1 lb. Dole strawberries.

  • Ann says:

    Thanks Josie for the recipe…so glad many of you are eating healthy and organic. I planted organic arugula last year but never found a recipe DH would eat. I am fine with just olive oil and lemon or lime juice on it….do you have a good recipe for this green? TIA

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