Spicy’n Cheesy KALE CHIPS

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Spicy’n Cheesy KALE CHIPS
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Delicious and nutritious, it's a guilt-free excellent-for-you snack for everyone. Two steps and you got yourself a health-promoting snack to eat throughout the day, and you won't even want to share ( but you should 😉 ).
Prep Time
15 mins
Cook Time
25 min
Prep Time
15 mins
Cook Time
25 min
Spicy’n Cheesy KALE CHIPS
Print Recipe
Delicious and nutritious, it's a guilt-free excellent-for-you snack for everyone. Two steps and you got yourself a health-promoting snack to eat throughout the day, and you won't even want to share ( but you should 😉 ).
Prep Time
15 mins
Cook Time
25 min
Prep Time
15 mins
Cook Time
25 min
Ingredients
Servings:
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 300F.
  2. Line a large rimmed baking sheet with parchment paper.
  3. Add kale leaves into a large bowl. Massage in the oil until all the nooks and crannies are coated in oil. Now sprinkle on the spices/seasonings and toss to combine.
  4. Spread out the kale onto the prepared baking sheets into a single layer, being sure not to overcrowd the kale.
  5. Bake for 10 minutes, rotate the pan, and bake for another 12-15 minutes more until the kale begins to firm up. The kale will look shrunken, but this is normal.
  6. Cool the kale on the sheet for 3 minutes before digging in! (This really makes all the difference!)
  7. Enjoy immediately
Recipe Notes
Kale is a nutritional standout in three basic areas:

(1) antioxidant and anti-inflammatory nutrients

(2) much-needed micronutrients

(3) cancer-preventive nutrients called glucosinolates.

vitamin K1180%
vitamin A98%
vitamin C71%
manganese27%
copper22%
vitamin B611%
fiber10%


Coconut oil’s formerly sullied reputation has been redeemed by research showing that, although it is a saturated fat, its particular chemical makeup may actually have a positive (or at least neutral) impact on your cholesterol levels.

Nutritional yeast isn’t the same yeast that comes in packets for baking bread — it’s been pasteurized (aka heated until it’s 100% dead) and then packaged in flake or powder form.

What you get is a magically CHEESY, nutty, addictive substance that you can sprinkle on popcorn or anything. And the best part it that it’s a great source of protein and complex B vitamins that are especially hard to come by when you’re vegetarian or vegan (but good for anyone).

 

For additional health benefits and more information on KALE, click on Helen Nichols in-depth article on the amazing benefits of KALE, backed by scientific articles www.well-beingsecrets.com/health-benefits-of-kale/

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