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cook it up: kale chips

I love potato chips. I don’t love going to the gym. My answer to this dilemma is kale chips.

It makes sense in my head.  See, kale chips are such an awesome substitute to the beloved potato chip I almost can’t tell the difference.  And I figure if I have one instead of the other, I can save valuable minutes at the gym and get off of the elliptical trainer way earlier than if I was having potato chips with my lunch.  Get it?!  Brilliant!

In any case, here’s what you do.  Prep your kale by tearing it into pieces and arranging it in a single layer on a baking sheet (don’t use the stems).  Drizzle with olive oil and sprinkle with sea salt & any other seasoning you might like (I used some garlic powder).  Preheat your oven to 375 and bake for about 15 minutes, or until the kale gets slightly brown and crispy.  Take it out.  Eat it and then don’t go to the gym.  xoxo

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11 thoughts on “cook it up: kale chips

  1. You have such a pretty blog. I like how “gentle” it is. I have to find a way to change mine… hmmmm…

    Anyway, Kale Chips, really????? I am soooo curious and will have to try this!!!

  2. ok – I just bought some kale and have been wondering what to do with it! I’m pretty excited about kale chips with lunch today! Thank you!

  3. Pingback: Tonight’s Menu: Roasted Winter Vegetables with Red Quinoa and Braised Kale « The Things I Love Project
  4. Spinach and bacon are not the things that I would really think of combining. The taste that both bacon and spinach is really different from one another. To tell you the truth, I am not really a fan of vegetables, more so of spinach. However, I do love eating bacon and I am not really closed to new things. I think that I would probably try this original spinach and bacon recipe of yours, I hope that I made the right choice doing it.tasty recipes

  5. I’m very busy so I don’t have time to stay long in the kitchen to prepare for a complicated dish. I just want to cook something quicky for meals. Your sharing is very useful for me. Simple dishes but delicious is my styles. Thanks for your post.tasty recipes

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