Updated: Jul 30, 2019
This is going to be the simplest recipe you’ll ever make and totally worth it. Although there are so many clean, nutrient dense brands selling kale chips out there, I am yet to find one without added cane sugar. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing since it’s true cane sugar, very small amounts, and not refined, but I would still much rather make my own that doesn’t include it.
This is the crunchy, cheezy, savory, paleo snack you’ve been dreaming of. Like many of my recipes, I used an unknown amount of kale, so this is best made starting with light seasoning and gradually adding more after a few taste tests based on your flavor preference. Let’s get into it!
-Fresh organic Kale
-Himalayan Pink Salt
-Step #1: preheat your oven to 350° F and line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
-Step #2: wash your kale and place in mixing bowl large enough to accommodate your amount of kale.
-Step #3: toss with a small amount of avocado oil (just enough to cost lightly), and add in nutritional yeast and Himalayan pink salt. (For reference, I used a guesstimate of 5oz of kale, 2 TBSP of nutritional yeast, and 1/2 tsp of Himalayan pink salt)
Step #4: place in oven and cook until crisp (mine took around 25 minutes, but many people say there’s only takes around 6-10, so keep an eye out).
And that’s it! You now have some cheesy, healthy, cane sugar free kale chips to snack on! Don’t forget to follow me on all my social media outlets (linked on homepage) and let me know what you think!