Updated: Feb 15
Whether you sprinkle them on top of pizza or pasta, or eat them as a side or snack, roasted kale chips are one nutritious way to get your kids to eat more greens.
How do you get your kids to eat one of the most nutritious foods on the planet? Make chips out of it! That’s what I do with kale.
This recipe is why one of my kids eats this super-nutritious food every day.
Sprinkle it on top of pizza or pasta or eat it as a side or snack.
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Practice It: Crunchy Kale Chips
Ingredients (Choose organic if possible and available.)
2 large bags of fresh kale (we typically get lacinato kale a.k.a. dinosaur kale), washed and patted dry with a towel
Extra virgin olive oil (enough to thinly coat the kale)
Minced garlic or garlic powder
Himalayan pink salt
Heat oven to 350 degrees.
Pull kale leaves from the stem and tear the leaves so that they are in the size you’d like. (They will shrink once roasted.)
Add kale and other ingredients to a large baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Mix well and spread evenly so the kale is in a single layer.
Roast until the kale chips are a deeper green and look crispy, about 20 minutes. Stir them mid-way through the baking time to ensure even baking.
Serve immediately and save leftovers for the following day.