The Perfect Kale Chips

I was hesitant to post this recipe because I am certain this wasn’t the first blog post on kale chips but I wanted to document it anyways.

We brought home a TON of kale from Landyn’s vegetable picking field trip so I decided to put it to use and give these awesome kale chips a whirl.

SO easy you guys.



kale leaves

olive oil

sea salt


I washed and dried my kale leaves and tore them up into bite size pieces.I threw out all the inner stems.

I then greased a large baking sheet and spread the kale evenly across it.

I drizzled about 2 tbsp olive oil across the kale pieces and topped with sea salt.

Bake at 350 degrees for 15 minutes. The kale shrinks up so more is less.


On another batch, I drizzled soy sauce and sesame seeds across the kale. They were both awesome.


Have a great weekend!

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  1. Candice says:

    Need to try these!!

  2. Shirley says:

    Sounds yummy. Do they have a crunch to them?

  3. Alison says:

    Just tried these for the first time. Ok, they are a little weird and remind me a bit too much of Brussel sprouts which are tad to pungent for my taste. But all that to say that the chips do have a light, exotic quality. A couple are a nice change and a great way to fit in those hard to find vitamins.


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