Homemade Kale Chips #Keto #Paleo



I soooo miss potato chips! On Keto you are very limited on crunchy foods.  No more potato chips yep not even sweet potato chips.  I have had to come up with pretty clever ways to satisfy that salty crunchy foods desire.  I recently made brussels sprouts chips which are still my favorite but they do take a lot of work to make.  Having to pull many sprouts apart is very time consuming.  So when I went to my local farmers market and they have large bags of organic kale on sale for a dollar I grabbed 2 bags and decided I would use 1 bag to make kale chips and the other bag I would use to make my family smoothies. 


Making kale chips is super easy! You only need 2 ingredients and takes very little prep.  Soon enough you will be able to enjoy a nice healthy snack in no time! 





1 lb Bag Organic Kale

Olive Oil

Himalayan Pink Salt 


First wash all the kale thoroughly.  Make sure after you wash the kale you allow it to dry.


Remove the stems or thick center pieces of each piece.  I wish I had originally done this  because some pieces were too thick and hard to chew. 


Place the kale in a large mixing bowl and pour the olive oil on the kale and give it a nice toss so that every piece of kale is coated with the olive oil. 


Give a nice coating of Himalayan Pink Salt and toss again. 


Spread the kale out on a baking sheet and bake on 275 for 45 minutes.  For an extra crunch broil for 2-3 minutes. 


Allow to cool and enjoy! 


There are so many health benefits and so many delicious recipes using kale as the star ingredient!  Have you ever eaten kale? If so what is your favorite recipe? 


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  1. I have to give these a try! I stopped buying chips because they’re just so terrible for you, but I miss that crunch. These sound perfect!

  2. When I’m trying to eat healthy, I always miss those “crunchy” snacks. These homemade kale chips sound like a great way to get that CRUNCH and eat healthy! Thanks.

  3. I’ve always wanted to try this but I was intimidated! Thank you for sharing how to make these – they are easier than I thought!

  4. I’m definitely liking this idea as an alternative to potato chips. I could really make a large amount with this recipe too!

  5. Kale chips sound like a great idea, so healthy and much better than potato chips or pretzels. I will try and make this the next chance I get.

  6. Wow, you caught a great deal on kale! My daughter loves to make kale chip. She experiments with different spices to have a little variety.

  7. I’m probably one of the only people who has yet to try Kale in any form. It’s pricey around here and I’m afraid I’ll like it!

  8. I haven’t had the chance to try kale chips yet. It seems so easy. I’ll have to make a small batch to try.

  9. These look like they taste great. I’ve never had kale chips before, but I do like kale. I would love to try these, they’d make for a good snack.

  10. The first time I made kale chips… I was surprised they weren’t so bad. It’s all in how you season it!

  11. I’ll have to try to make this again. I burned them to nasty, brown crisps last time I tried.

  12. I need to try this! Looks SO good! Perfect for snacking!

  13. I’ve always wanted to try these but never gave it a shot. They look so good!

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