Crispy Kale Chips!

May you be having a wonderful week so far!

I’m here with another healthy recipe for you today 🙂

Kale chips are one of my favorite snacks to eat because they curb my snack craving without the junk food feeling after.  These are gluten-free, vegan, and super tasty! The best part is, this is a base recipe so you can get as crafty as you want with them!

As many of you know, Kale is a green superfood.  It is rich in fiber, Iron, water, vitamin C and protein! Along with adding many antioxidant benefits to the body, it is a great leafy green for the immune system.

The nutritional yeast added to these chips is also an ingredient I’d like to shed some light on.  It is an excellent source of protein and contains a blissful amount of B vitamins and fiber.  There are even studies that show it may boost your immune system!

It is such a joy to share these healers with you. May this simple recipe find you well 🙂

 

All you will need is:

1 Bunch of Kale

2 Tablespoons Olive Oil

2 teaspoons Himalayan Pink Salt

2 Tablespoons Nutritional Yeast

These measurements are all to your desire, but this is roughly what I use when I make my Kale Chips.

First, preheat oven to 300 degrees.

You will then want to give your Kale a good wash

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Next, de-stem your Kale and lay out to dry.  I usually shake my kale after washing and de-stemming,  leaving to dry in a bowl for a few hours with paper towels.  If you have tools to make your veggies dry faster, I definitely recommend. The dryer the Kale, the crispier the chip 🙂

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Cut or Break your kale into smaller chip size pieces and mix with Olive Oil, Salt, and Nutritional Yeast.  Bake half batch at a time so that your kale has space to cook properly.

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Bake for about 25 minutes, turning chips half way through cooking time.

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Place in serving bowl!

I usually add more nutritional yeast as it provides such a tasty nutty and cheese flavor.

Enjoy.

Smile.

Repeat.

Love and Light,

Stefani

 

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