I recently blogged about Kale Chips (see it here) and how wonderful they can be as a snack. I had bought the chips from Kaia Foods (which are good, by the way) and was eating those. However, a friend was over and saw the bag on my counter. He then proceeded to ask me if I'd ever baked my own. No... no, I hadn't! Well, I had to change that. I love making my own things, because the joy of making something at home is that you have the liberty to change and improve upon things as you desire!
So, off I was to search for the perfect Kale Chip recipe. I went to my favorite website online for recipes, AllRecipes.com. I had a few recipes to choose from, but I usually go for the most basic and easiest to follow. Behold -> http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Baked-Kale-Chips/Detail.aspx
The thing I love about using these online recipe sites is that you can read through the comments to search for ideas that people have used to change up the recipe a bit. Through reading those, you can usually come up with your own best way of doing it.
I will say that my first try was not bad, but not the best it could be, either. I went a little salt heavy, which is funny because it didn't seem like I'd sprinkled that much on. I think I also used a little too much oil. They still turned out delish, however, and I look forward to making these again! These could become your new favorite salty snack for yourself and for your family!
Come on, I dare you to try it :-)