Paleo Recipes for Modern Day Cavemen

Kale Chips

I miss potato chips.  These lemon kale chips are a crunchy and healthy snack that give me the texture I want. This is an easy and delicious recipe while providing you with fiber and lots of vitamins (kale has loads of Vitamin A & C!).  When I received red kale from my weekly CSA I couldn’t wait to make them!

Ingredients
1 bunch kale
2 tablespoon olive oil 
1 large lemon
1/2 tablespoon sea salt

Directions
Preheat oven to 375 degrees

Wash your kale and pat dry with paper towels. Then cut them up to roughly 2 inches each (that’s the size I did but you can do smaller or larger depending on what you want).  Roll your lemon on the kitchen counter to make it easy to extract the juices. Cut your lemon into wedges and spray the kale leaves with the juice.  Pour on the olive oil and sprinkle the sea salt.  Then just mix the kale chips thoroughly so that the lemon juice and olive oil are evenly spread.

Spread the kale on an foil paper lined tray and set in the oven for 10 minutes.  Remove from oven and let cool.  I like to squeeze a little bit more lemon juice on after it’s cooled because I love the citrus taste.   Serve and enjoy!

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6 thoughts on “Kale Chips

  1. Jason Khalipa on said:

    Awesome Website and recipes. Thank you!!!!!

  2. Sofia on said:

    This looks like an awesome use for the kale I trucked down from my mom’s garden! If I can stand the heat of the oven!

  3. These were so good. A seriously yummy snack.

  4. I like a little nutritional yeast on my kale.

  5. These were fantastic and my first experience with Kale. I ended up eating the whole bunch! yum! I will have to try it with nutritional yeast next time

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