As the mother of a child who refuses to eat anything but beige foods (pasta, chicken, rice and cereal) I do have one single window of opportunity to get a veggie into her — Kale Chips. My whole family is obsessed with them and they are delicious and easy to make. Not only do they offer the same satisfaction as a regular potato chip but making them is something the kids can get involved in when you need a quick snack. Please note: the chips do not make for a good date food — it’s one of those items where you will literally get a small piece of green wedged in between every single one of your teeth — so take note and floss before leaving the house. Here is how I make them…
- 3-4 bunches of kale ripped into pieces (I tend to make a lot because they go fast!)
- wash and dry. drizzle with olive oil and salt and mix with your hands to coat.
- lay on cookie sheet with space in between each piece and sprinkle a little more salt.
- bake at 300°F for around 15-20 minutes until crispy. The drier you get them the better.