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Clean Eating Kale Chips : Healthy Snacks

The Kitchen Shed - Clean Eating Kale Chips

The Kitchen Shed - Clean Eating Kale Chips

The Kitchen Shed - Clean Eating Kale ChipsI have known about Kale Chips for a long time now. Years, in fact. But it has taken me until now to try them out. Why? Well, the kale that I usually get from Waitrose is sliced and in my mind Kale Chips needed a little more surface area to be classified a chip/crisp.

I took a trip to my local farm shop yesterday and picked up a few clean eating treats. They had large bags of whole kale leaves on offer for £1 and I knew straight away that it was my time to turn them into crispy, salty nutritious snacks!

Oh YUM! These are good! They do have quite a strong flavour to them which I liked but the texture was what won me over. They were so crispy and crunchy. My littlest man (pictured above) LOVED them. So if you worry about your kiddos not eating their greens, try turning them into chips/crisps and see what happens!

Clean Eating Kale Chips are delicious and so good for you. They are quick and easy to make and are the perfect nutritious snack for the kiddos. You can probably buy whole kale leaves from your local green grocers and if not, try out the pre packed bags of kale from the supermarket.

The outer edges of mine did get slightly more brown than the middle, but still tasted great. If you know that your oven has a tendency to be rather hot, you might want to try cooking them at a slightly lower temperature.

Have you tried Kale Chips before?

 

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Clean Eating Kale Chips are delicious and so good for you. They are quick and easy to make and are the perfect nutritious snack for the kiddos. You can probably buy whole kale leaves from your local green grocers and if not, try out the pre packed bags of kale from the supermarket.

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  1. Preheat the oven to 180°C and line a baking tray with grease proof paper.
  2. Wash and dry the kale and break it into bite size pieces before placing it all into a mixing bowl.
  3. Pour over the oil and sea salt and gently rub the kale leaves with your fingertips.
  4. Once the kale is nicely coated in a little oil, spread the leaves out onto the baking tray.
  5. Try and lay the leaves as flat as possible, (the tightly curled edges are likely to brown a bit more than the rest).
  6. Place into the oven for 4-5 minutes, checking half way through, to swap outer leaves with the ones in the middle.
  7. Once cooked and crisp, remove from the oven and allow to cool for a few seconds before eating.

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