15 Ways to Make Kale Chips

I’m struggling with late night cravings. I can do great all day eating healthy and not gorging myself on sweets and carbs. Then 8 o’clock rolls around and the hunger hits.

Right now this is the hardest time of the day for me to stay on track. It’s a battle of willpower to not reach into the cupboard and open a bag of chips or grab a chocolate bar.

I’ve been doing ok for the last little while and eat fruit or have a glass of lemon water. I still miss the snacking foods though! Then I remembered Kale Chips and how much I liked them when I made a batch a few years back.

15 Ways to Make Kale Chips - Delicious, easy to make and healthy. You can eat this flavorful snack guilt-free!

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    I made mine with a little bit of lemon juice and some Parmesan cheese and was surprised how much I enjoyed them. You almost forget you are eating a vegetable! Even kids love Kale Chips, too!

    Kale chips are healthy and delicious. I’ve started picking up kale each week on my shopping trips to make some healthy snack foods for those late night cravings. I can indulge without the guilt!

    15 Ways to Make Kale Chips - a healthy snack food you can eat without feeling guilty!

    I bookmarked a variety of kale chip recipes to keep things interesting. They all sound tasty and I’m looking forward to trying them out. The hard decision will be which one to try first. Maybe I’ll start at the top and work my way down.

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    I also have a recipe for Olive Oil Mashed Potatoes with Kale & Herbs.

     Have you tried kale chips?

    15 Ways to Make Kale Chips - a healthy snack food you can eat without feeling guilty!

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    15 Ways to Make Kale Chips

    Kale chips are both healthy and tasty with a variety of flavors to enjoy.

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    1. Hi Stacie, thanks for all the different variations of spices. I’ve tried most of them and they’re all so great!!! I”m living in Paraguay and can’t get hold of any kale now 🙁 I’ve posted a link to this post on my blog at http://www.staceyaltamirano.com
      The post is scheduled for July 22!

    2. Wow… there are so many interesting recipes here. Thank you so much for including mine as well.
      Cheers from the sunny Caribbean Islands!

    3. kathy downey says:

      I really want to like this but i can’t make them in a way that my family will eat them,it’s a shame because they are a healthy snack

    4. I make up a big batch of the nacho spice mix to keep on hand and then making them is a breeze.  Be sure to dry the leaves well after washing (I spin them in a salad spinner and then use a tea towel as well). Really massage the oil into uirtsnwith my olive oil sprayer per sheet, but the only way to truly coat all surfaces is to massage it in with your hands. Spread the leaves out.  One bunch of kale often takes up 3 trays. If they are too close, the don’t crisp up.

    5. LOVE kale chips! my six year old daughter even loves them so this post definitely caught my attention! As a nutritionist and nutrition blogger myself I’m always looking for healthy easy recipes to share so thanks! 

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