Kale chips are gluten free, dairy free, green goodness.
While visiting Sister and her family recently I was introduced to the wholesome goodness of kale chips. They were scrumptious. ...and I had that reoccurring thought I've been having a lot lately: "I can do that". For the last couple of weeks I have been watching for kale at our grocery store.....but each week it has been sold out. I can see why. It tastes so yummy. But this week I was the lucky purchaser of a bundle of green kale.
I washed it up, ripped it into bite size pieces, tossed it with some Herbamare and olive oil, spread it on a couple of baking sheets, and broiled it on low until it was all crispy good.
We ate almost a whole pan full right out of the oven. It was that good.
A little googling told me of Kale's many nutritional benefits. It is high in fiber, antioxidants, and anti-inflammatory properties. It has been shown to fight and even prevent certain types of cancer (including colon, breast, bladder, prostate, ovarian and gastric),and offers cardiovascular support by lowering cholesterol levels. It helps our body with detoxification. It is high in vitamin K, A, and C. Mmmm kale.