Like Chips? Try Kale Chips

By: Deb Lowther Kale IMG_1041 250

I know – not quite the same, true, it’s not. But, they are crunchy, they are a little salty and kale is so good for you. Full of Vitamin A, Vitamin K and Vitamin C as well as B vitamins, fibre and even some Omega 3s! Experiment with this recipe a bit and don’t give up. It took 3 batches before my whole family started really enjoying a bit of Kale Krunch!


Wash and dry kale.

Rip into bite size pieces off the center steam.

Lay on a cookies sheet & drizzle with little bit of Extra Virgin Olive Oil.

Sprinkle with a small amount of sea salt.

Bake in 350° oven for 10 minutes or until crunchy but not burnt.

Store in a covered glass container for up to five days. They will lose some crunch so pop back in a 350° oven for just a few minutes to re crisp!

Deb Lowther is a mother of 3 young daughters who, when not running after the kids, is running in the trails! She blogs about Raising Healthy Kids and ensures her own have fun while eating healthy & staying active. To read more articles you can visit her websites & or visit her on Twitter @KidsGummyMum or Facebook at IronKids.Health and Adult Essentials.

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