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Tasty Tuesday: nom nom nom…

November 8, 2011

I don’t know about you, but I’m often overcome with a little hunger and perhaps a craving in the early afternoon. Sometimes my lunch is a bit light on fiber.  After searching high and low, I’ve found a bomb-proof recipe that will make you a kale lover in a second. Baked Kale Chips (recipe follows).

New to kale? Kale, one of the best superfoods, received its fair share of good press lately.  I love it for it’s fiber, flavor, and texture. Care to share your favorite kale recipe? I’m keen to try it, please share in the comments.


Baked Kale Chips



From EatingWell:  September/October 2011

Not a fan of kale? These crispy baked kale chips will convert you! For the best result, don’t overcrowd the pans.

4 servings, about 2 cups each | Active Time: 25 minutes | Total Time: 25 minutes








  • 1 large bunch kale, tough stems removed, leaves torn into pieces (about 16 cups; see Note)
  • 1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt



  1. Position racks in upper third and center of oven; preheat to 400°F.
  2. If kale is wet, very thoroughly pat dry with a clean kitchen towel; transfer to a large bowl. Drizzle the kale with oil and sprinkle with salt. Using your hands, massage the oil and salt onto the kale leaves to evenly coat. Fill 2 large rimmed baking sheets with a layer of kale, making sure the leaves don’t overlap. (If the kale won’t all fit, make the chips in batches.)
  3. Bake until most leaves are crisp, switching the pans back to front and top to bottom halfway through, 8 to 12 minutes total. (If baking a batch on just one sheet, start checking after 8 minutes to prevent burning.)


Per serving : 110 Calories; 5 g Fat; 1 g Sat; 3 g Mono; 0 mg Cholesterol; 16 g Carbohydrates; 5 g Protein; 6 g Fiber; 210 mg Sodium; 642 mg Potassium

1/2 Carbohydrate Serving

Exchanges: 2 vegetable, 1 fat

Tips & Notes

  • Make Ahead Tip: Store in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 2 days.
  • Note: Choose organic kale when possible. Nonorganic can have high pesticide residue.
One Comment leave one →
  1. November 8, 2011 11:46 pm

    do you have a photo of the finished product?

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