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Dilly Dally Kale Chips

Dilly Dally Kale Chip Recipe

I know that kale chips are now old news in the recipe world, but crazily, I haven’t done a post about it…and I’ve been making these “chips” for five years.  Kale chips are perfect for when you get the mindless “munchies” and don’t want to break the calorie bank. It’s a great opportunity to STUFF yourself with nutrient rich greens without a hint of guilt!

Kale chips are fun because you can get really creative. Use different spices or even cheese (definitely next on my list!) to get a rainbow of flavours…I’ve used used oregano to flavour them and that was lovely, but I think the dill and vinegar version topped them all.

Dilly Dally Kale Chips

  1. 1 bunch of kale
  2. 1 tbsp. olive oil
  3. 2-3 packets of Truvia
  4. 1-2 TB. apple cider vinegar*

*Or use a white vinegar, I just like ACV for its extra health benefits

Wash and devein the kale leaves, tearing each leaf into palm-size pieces. Put the kale in a big bowl of salted (1 tsp. or more), cold water. Take the kale in your hands and squeeze it for about 30 seconds to bruise it. Drain water, but don’t rinse. Add the following ingredients (you can even let it marinate for an hour or two, to let some of the flavours sink in).

Then, sprinkle generously with dried dill. Dehydrate until crispy. Believe me…you need to hide the dehydrator while it dries, otherwise, if you’re at all like me…at least half the trays will be completely gone.

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Have you tried kale chips yet? Or made them yourself?

Category: Dairy Free, Gluten Free, Kid Friendly, Low Carb, Recipes, Snacks, Vegan | Tags: , , , , , , 5 comments »

5 Responses to “Dilly Dally Kale Chips”

  1. shannonmarie (rawdorable)

    You know I love kale chips, but surprisingly, I’ve never posted a recipe. Your recipe looks really good.

  2. Gina @ Health, Love, and Chocolate

    I love experimenting with new kale chip flavors! I just wish I had a dehydrator to make them extra delicious and stop wasting all the energy in the world with my oven on low hah.

  3. Nicole

    Still haven’t tried kale chips!

  4. priya

    If in the oven, how long & how hot? I always end up burning them or having them underdone!

  5. Charissa

    Priya – Preheat an oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Line a non insulated cookie sheet with parchment paper and bake until the edges are brown, but not burnt. So like 10-15 minutes.

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