Baked Kale Chips – Flavorful, Nutritious, and All in Pictures



Baked Kale ChipsI don’t know what you chose for your new year’s resolutions, but I did see online that losing weight, getting fit, and eating more healthy foods are 3 of the top 10 resolutions people make. I know from personal experience those 3 resolutions are about the toughest for anyone to start let alone maintain for any meaningful period of time because they involve lifestyle change, which means changing the way we’ve become comfortable living – even if that comfort means doing things that are not at all good for our body and our minds.

Here’s a recipe for baked kale chips that can help you turn the corner toward healthier eating. If you’ve never had kale before, which is part of the cabbage family, the baked kale chips you see here taste very similar to potato chips, but unlike potato chips that are usually highly processed, minimally nutritious, and loaded with more salt and fat than we need, kale chips are highly nutritious. Kale is rich in antioxidant vitamins A and C. It has uniquely powerful cholesterol lowering properties, and it contain high levels of vitamin K, which is healthy for you’re your blood and maintaining strong bones. For more details on Kale’s nutrition properties, I highly recommend this link to The World’s Healthiest Foods website.

Here’s what you need to make baked kale chips (kale is also available washed, cut, and bagged).

Baked Kale Chips IngredientsClick any picture on this page for a complete, easy to follow step-by-step picture book recipe.

Baked Kale Chips Picture Book Recipe

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