Perfect Kale Chips


Kale is this fantastic green leafy veggie that’s a part of cruciferous family, just like cabbage. It is cousins with collard greens, turnip greens, mustard greens and others.

Kale has almost 3 times as much calcium than phosphorus, and being a member of the cruciferous family, has similar anti-cancer properties as its relatives. 

If you have thyroid issues, it’s not recommended to eat kale, or other cruciferous vegetables in large amounts in their raw form. Cooking helps deactivate the goitrogenic compounds.

1. PREHEAT OVEN TO 425F

2.TEAR KALE LEAVES FROM THE CENTER STALK

3. WASH THOROUGHLY, PUT THROUGH THE SALAD SPINNER — YOU WANT ALLTHE MOISTURE OUT! PLACE IN A LARGE BOWL

4. DRIZZLE SOME EVOO — DO NOT SATURATE, OR THEY WILL TURN OUT GREASY.

5. SPRINKLE WITH HIMALAYAN SEA SALT AND MAYBE SOME TUSCAN

SEASONING TO TASTE. TOSS WELL.

6. LINE THE SHEET PAN (COOKIE SHEET) WITH PARCHMENT PAPER, SPREAD OUT

KALE IN A SINGLE LAYER.

7. BAKE 12-15 MINUTES. KEEP WATCHING — OVEN TEMPERATURES VARY.

TO MAINTAIN CRISPNESS, STORE IN A PAPER BAG.

See full recipe and video on Healthy Intent Youtube channel