Kale Chips

Who says you can’t have healthy chips?  These chips have a great crunch and lots of yummy natural flavor!  It’s so simple to make, and the garlic adds a nice little punch to your tastebuds.  Did you know garlic is an anti-inflammatory and natural antibiotic?  It can help eliminate toxins from your body and enhance your immune system?  This, plus the calcium and phytonutrients found in kale make this tasty snack a super health booster!

Kale Chips

Kale Chips

4 cups kale, washed and cut or ripped into bite size portions (stems removed)

2 tbsp olive oil

2 garlic cloves, crushed or chopped

Sea salt

Preheat oven to 350 F.

Combine olive oil and garlic in a bowl, add kale and mix well.  Spread on a baking sheet and sprinkle with sea salt.  Bake for 15 minutes or until kale is crispy.  Let cool and serve.


  1. I made an awesome lemon and lime dressing, and a Indian mix (I say Indian, but really, I mean there was coriander, cumin and chili involved). I found that kale chips are brilliant at being adaptive to any flavour. Once you get the hang of them you just can’t stop! I love them! (I also love kale cooked, briefly, with potatoes at the end of the boil and then being mashed – best thing ever, plus it’s green and fab for halloween).

    I love kale so much, Karen. I think it’s in season now, amirite? Thanks for reminding me of it’s existence, it’s so easy to forget.

  2. Thanks Hannah, you are right, kale is in season right now! It’s so important to eat locally to support our community farmers, lessen the environmental pollution used to transport food, and also to get the most nutrition. As soon as a fruit or vegetable is picked, it starts to lose nutrients. It’s best to get food from as close to home as possible.


    PS Thanks for the kale and mashed potatoes idea. I think I’ll try that!

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