I love making (and mostly eating) chips. First there were apple and sweet potato chips, and now there are kale chips! Kale chips are very light and crispy, but they have an intense, nutty flavor. Eating these chips are a quick way to get a big dose of vitamins.
If you want to make these chips, pre-heat your oven to 350ºF. Then, wash and dry your kale. Take the center rib/stem out of the kale leaves, and rip the leaves into bite size pieces.
Put the kale leaves in a bowl and toss them with olive oil. Use just enough so they are all very lightly coated. Then, spread the leaves evenly on a baking sheet and sprinkle them lightly with salt if you like.
Bake the kale in your oven for about 15 minutes until the leaves are crisp but not very brown. If you don’t eat your kale chips all at once, you can store them in an open container or bowl. A sealed container might make them soggy, ew!
I used a recipe from allrecipes.com as a guide for my kale chips.