Kale Chips

September/October 2011

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Not a fan of kale? These crispy baked kale chips will convert you! For the best result, don’t overcrowd the pans.

20 Reviews for Kale Chips


I dry mine in the microwave for 1.30 mins and then spray lightly with light olive oil, sprinkle with salt and put in oven for about 1 minute on 175 - no burnt taste

Change temperature

The chips are good but I cut the cooking time to 4 minutes and they started to burn. My next batch I did at 300 degrees and no burning.

oil and salt make them tasty
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Anonymous wrote 24 weeks 2 days ago

I cooked at 350 for 10

I cooked at 350 for 10 minutes. Yes, you do have to watch them closely but I believe lower than 400 recommened in the above recipe might be the key.
I did turn the bigger pieces and went for the last minute to make sure to remove all the water in the kale.

Cooking time completely off

Cooking times says 8-12 minutes. I decided to cook them 6 minutes to start off with. When I opened up my oven after 6 minutes a got a face full of smoke and two trays of black kale. Tried again with the second batch for 4 minutes. and that was much closer to being correct. Kale isn't cheap so I'm a little bummed that I wasted half of my money cooking as directed.

These chips were amazing!

These were really good! I actually love kale now ;) I made a kale smoothie earlier and it was horrible. I didn't like it. But these chips are really delicious! I put a little too much salt, more than what was given, but otherwise it was yummy! They were gone in 2 minutes! I would definitely make these again :)

Healthy, delicious, great snack, low calorie

Simply delicious!!! It was my first time trying kale chips and homemade made it even more awesome. It taste like Lays Potato Chips. The crunchy-nest is perfect. If you're the savory type this one will hit the spot. I'm just curious if it can be done with purple kale.


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