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August 29, 2012

Easy Dried Kale Chips

Here is a great recipe I’ve wanted to try for a long time! I use kale everyday, but usually just in my green drinks. So when my friend Alayna told me she had this great recipe, I asked her if she would share it with us. I can’t wait to make it myself!

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Here’s Alayna:

Until recently my only appreciation for kale was it’s use as a garnish, a salad bar decoration.  I knew it was technically edible, but with so many other tastier options I never even gave it a second glance as a realistic part of our menu.

Not too long ago, I stumbled across a recipe for Kale Chips that piqued my interest.  Being touted as “the healthy version of a potato chip” I couldn’t imagine how kale: dense, bitter and chewy, could end up anything like a potato chip: light, crunchy and tasty to the point of addiction.  I am thrilled to report that the Kale Chip is all of that and more!

Unlike a bag of potato chips- which cost upwards of $4 and is fried in hydrogenated oils, laden with sodium and has zero nutritional value- Kale Chips are crunchy, salty, and loaded with nutrition: chlorophyll, flavonoids, and vitamin K to name a few.  And it is one of the most inexpensive greens I have ever found.  At .99 cents a bunch you can afford to triple the recipe.

For Dried Kale Chips you’ll need:

1 bunch of kale, washed, destemmed and torn into bite size pieces
Olive oil
Salt to taste

Preheat oven to 200 degrees.  Lay kale chips on a cookie sheet. Do not overlap. Lightly mist kale with olive oil.  Sprinkle with salt.  Sprinkle with salt again.  (you need more than you think!)  Bake for 40 minutes to 1 hour.  The kale will shrink up but will still be green.  It is done when it is crunchy.  Once you make it once or twice you will be able to tell just by looking but the first time around you might have to eat one to be sure.

We love the original recipe but if you want a little variety use pepper or cayenne for a little kick.  Are your kids cheese lovers?  Sprinkle some grated parmesan in the last 5 minutes of cooking time.  Rinse in lemon water or vinegar water for a little pucker power.

If there are any kale chips leftover I like to crush them and use them to bread chicken or fish.

Jenni’s Note: It is also possible to use a lower temperature for this recipe to retain vital nutrients and enzymes. The ideal temperature is 105º, and some dehydrators will do this. My oven won’t go this low, only to 170º, so sometimes I will turn it on and off and dry for a longer period of time, doing the best I can.

FamilyPicture Alayna Fredlund 300x198 Easy Dried Kale ChipsAlayna Fredlund changed her eating habits over a decade ago and is passionate about educating others to make better choices.  She feels that it’s so hard in our fast paced, fast food world to slow down and get back to whole, organic, nutrient dense foods.  Her 3 boys provide her with daily opportunities to come up with fun, delicious, and healthy meal ideas.

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26 Comments

  1. Emili says:

    Um, I LOVE KALE CHIPS. I seriously stayed up late last night making these! I use my dehydrator instead of the oven so I let them cook over night on 105 degrees. And ironically I have to ration the amounts my daughters eat or THEY EAT THEM ALL WHEN I’M NOT LOOKING!

    Thanks for sharing! For a non-dairy cheesy taste, try a couple TBSPs of Nutritional Yeast. We love them that way!

    • Jenni @ Mom Essentials says:

      That’s the MOST healthy way to make these kale chips, because the temperature is not so hot that it kills the enzymes and other nutrients. Thanks Emili!

  2. Karina says:

    Love kale chips too. Thanks for the reminder. I’m going to go out and buy some kale soon.

    Instead of salt, I put a little soy sauce over them. Love it.
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  3. Oliver says:

    They are only less damaging for you than regular potato chips but they are not “healthy” for you. All of those good nutrients are baked right out. 200 degrees F for an hour will destroy so many nutrients that weren’t designed to exist in that intense environment.
    Hate to be a buzz kill, but science is not telling people these facts – no one is telling people these facts and as a result we continue to damage vital nutrients in our whole foods.

    • Jenni @ Mom Essentials says:

      I appreciate the reminder, Oliver. Yes, I know that at this temperature the kale will not retain it’s enzymes and other life-giving properties. Half the temperature (100 degrees) is more ideal. I will add a note :)

  4. Oliver says:

    It is important to note that with all plants and animals, once they are dead, (pulled from the earth, plucked from a tree, killed in a barn, or shot from the sky, or hooked from the water etc.) they are in decay mode.
    The first stage of decay mode is the natural breaking down of nutrient molecules (proteins vitamins etc.) – until the entire thing finally decomposes, bio degrades. This is why every other species knows to get their foods into their bodies and their babies bodies right quick after a kill is made.
    Our vegetables thus are in decay mode to begin with and time is critical – doing anything other than popping them right into your mouths, is further challenging what may be left of nutrient molecules in your whole foods.
    Having them sit around in a tray at any temp, even room temp is allowing for more precious nutrient molecules to break up.
    Again, sorry for being a party pooper but so many people complain or suffer from vitamin and protein deficiency yet wonder why. They feel they eat wholesome good foods etc, yet they still can’t wonder why – it is because we take optimum food stuffs and degrade their nutrient value by having them hang around or by doing some other unatural act to them (baking).
    I love burgers and all kind of chips (blue corn and sweet potato are my fav) but I enjoy them purely for flavor and texture while fully understanding they lack all the nutrients that are falsely listed on the labels

    • Leanne says:

      Ok, but what about someone like me who’s allergic to raw fruits and veggies (as in “throat swells shut and a I can’t breathe” allergic). Therefore, I have to do SOMETHING with them to make them so I can eat them, be it cooking or lacto-fermenting, … .

      • Jenni @ Mom Essentials says:

        Yikes! I recommend you investigate something called “NAET” allergy treatment for those types of allergies. It really worked for me, taking down my allergies by about 85%. I go in for booster treatments about twice a year now for severe hayfever and food allergies (which aren’t near so severe anymore).

      • Oliver says:

        Leani – I once knew of a person whose medical team determined that he can have no (as in zero)raw food products in their body or else! (insert image of skull and cross bones here).
        I thought to myself, how tragic that we have got to a state with our medical industry that many feel only man made chemicals must be the way to go.
        Allergies are every species’ way of telling them that that particular natural food group is not for them – peanuts, wheat, in your case many fruits and veggies (I say “many” because I don’t know if you’ve tried every plant and fruit on earth and had a problem with each of them. ???)
        At the end of the day, your body will really be in trouble, in the long run, if your are existing on solely cooked foods.
        You can get minerals from pills etc, but vitamins, which are molecules (a collective of atoms – Carbon, Hydrogen, etc.) are not so easily transferable from a plant to a pill or powder. Those pills and powders are the most suspect and i strongly recommend agaisnt wasting your time and money.
        As for allergies – there are treatments, naturally, that exist wherein one can build up a resistance to the toxic elements which are in each and every plant and fruit on earth. Start small until you can build up a natural resistance – start with some new type of fruit and have the tiniest portion – an 1/8 of a teaspoon of some new fruit or something.
        Then it comes down to finding those few fruits and veggies which do the least or no damage at all. And stick to that. Each and every other species does this. They don’t go around eating every plant on earth. They have learned over millions of years what works for their respective species and what doesn’t. Many herbivorous animals walk right passed poison Ivy and other plants that don’t agree with them. – they don’t boil it to make it more digestable or “safe” – they just move on. If they are left with only one thing out of many plants to eat for their rest of days then that is what they do.
        As you know many animals just eat the one grass – and are fine for the rest of their lives – that and water.
        Humans are all over the place and we no longer no what we used to eat millions of years ago. And of course we have spread out from africa over the years so that has impacted the variety of things we can “try out”. This is not so much the case with the other species. The ant in nigeria seeks out the same type food stuffs, nutrients, as does the ant in pittsburg.

  5. I’ve never tried kale. I may have to give this a try.
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  6. I’ve also never tried Kale, but I hear great things about it. This seems like a great simple way to give it a try. I hope you’ll come share at our healthy food link party. http://www.youngnesters.net/2012/09/snacktime-saturday-week-1.html
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  7. It’s not anything I would have even thought about trying, but you sure have me curious. And, they would be very healthy as well.

  8. We love kale chips. Whether the nutrients are baked out or not, it beats most of the pre-packaged crap most people buy. And it helps develop a taste for more bitter foods. Plus, you gotta do SOMETHING with all that kale from the CSA! LOL!! I can only handle so many smoothies.
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  9. Thank you for your submission on Nourishing Treasures’ Make Your Own! Monday link-up.

    Check back today when the new link-up is running to see if you were one of the top 3 featured posts! :)
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  10. I love Kale Chips. Thank you for sharing this at my Make it Pretty Monday party. This week’s party is now open. http://thededicatedhouse.blogspot.com/2012/09/make-it-pretty-monday-week-14.html Hope to see your prettiness again. Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHous
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  11. amber says:

    These look fabulous!! I just love kale chips. Thank you for sharing with us on AFW.

  12. I like this recipe better then the roasted versions. I have wanted lemon ones but could not figure out how to do it. Thanks

    Thanks for linking up to Healthy 2Day Wednesday. Hope to see you there again tonight/tomorrow.

  13. Kathy says:

    This is marvelous! I was just introduced to this by my daughter – she and her husband love Kale Chips! I do appreciate you sharing with Home and Garden Thursday,
    Kathy
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  14. Val says:

    These sound excellent! I will say though, one thing that has always bothered me when people talk about healthy foods and cooking the nutrients out is that there is no point in worrying about preserving the plant’s enzymes.

    Once the food we eat hits our stomachs, the acidic environment and our own enzymes degrade the enzymes in our food into chains of amino acids, no different from the chains we would get by eating veggies cooked at high temperatures or just meat.

    Basically, every biology, nutrition, and medicine course I have taken says that the only important change we should expect from cooking our food is the killing of harmful bacteria (and I suppose carcinogens if you eat the burnt-to-a-crisp part, which, sadly, I love). Although I’ll admit that I can’t say this for sure with vitamins; I guess I could believe they may be available in a more easily absorbed form or more useful form when consumed “raw”.

  15. Ww love kale chips! We will be including this in our features of appetizers recipes on the Gallery of Favorites tomorrow.
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  16. Kale chips are such a deliciously healthy snack. Thank you for sharing this tutorial with us at The Gallery of Favorites. I can’t believe I haven’t tried them yet – I must remedy that soon :)

  17. Jenni, We love Kale chips at our house! There is a great recipe on my blog…With a video of my pickiest child just munchin’ them down! I dehydrate the kale at 105…keeping all the enzymes in tact. ;)

  18. bennysmith says:

    Thanks for sharing, it is wonderful! I like the recipe very much! It looks easy to cook!

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