I have been meaning to make kale chips for quite some time now, and yesterday I finally made some for the first time with the baby kale I received in my first CSA delivery. I simply seasoned the kale with salt, pepper, & some oil and then baked it at 350 degrees for about 12 minutes.
Not all the kale pieces were crispy, but I was afraid I would burn the kale. Next time I’ll definitely bake it a bit longer though…
Nevertheless, the toddler LOVED the chips (and so did hubby and I). Kale chips will definitely make a frequent appearance in our house…
Several weeks ago, Nicole at Prevention RD passed on two awards to me. I read Nicole’s blog every day and really enjoy the nutrition info she passes on to her readers. Plus, she shares awesome recipes. Thank you for the awards, Nicole!
I am supposed to share 10 things that make me happy with you:
- Doing “nothing”
- Reading a book for pleasure
- Walking on the beach
- Fresh, homegrown tomatoes – can’t wait for tomato season!!!
- My indoor basil plant
- Cheese – just a tiny bit at a time as too much makes my gallstones very unhappy
- Playing like a kid
- The color pink
Thanks again, Nicole! Also, Nicole is currently putting together a cookbook. Send her a recipe by January 1, and she’ll include it in the cookbook and provide you with an electronic copy of the cookbook.
Question: What makes you happy?