Kale Chips

Here we are, wrapping up January and I had made a goal of blogging 10 times each month and while that didn't quite pan out I have hopes for the coming months!

I have so many recipe posts to share that sometimes I feel like I know know where to start. But I guess I need to just start getting them out there! Right now I think I have about 50 or more recipes to share! My husband will come home and say, "Are we trying something new again tonight?"


I am always up for trying something new.  I like new foods and when I spot something on Pinterest or another site that looks fun I will most always book mark it to go back to later. So last Summer I kept seeing kale chips everywhere and wanted to give them a try. I had gotten a bag of kale chips as a freebie and I wasn't that impressed. Maybe some would have stopped there but I figured they would taste better if I made them at home.


I found a recipe that I thought would be good and the only thing I needed was the kale. I grabbed some from the store and whipped up these Kale Chips in just a few minutes!





As they were cooking they smelled amazing. My house was full of flavor and I was looking forward to them finishing so we could give these Kale Chips a try!


  • Olive Oil (I used about a tsp)

  • Juice of 1 lime

  • 1 tsp lime zest

  • 1 tsp chili powder

  1. Wash and pat dry the kale

  2. Remove larger stems

  3. Coat with olive oil

  4. Pour in lime juice, zest mix

  5. Sprinkle on chili powder and mix

  6. Lay out onto a cookie sheet

  7. Bake on 300° for 20 minutes, flipping after 10 minutes


So the result? They were okay. I only say that because I felt like the taste was okay, but the smell was better.  You know how some foods have a weird after taste? I felt like these had a good after taste, but as I was eating them I wasn't impressed. I know it is sort of weird, I don't really know how else to describe them!

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