You will quickly realize that this blog has many more savory treats than sweet, it’s because I like salty over sweet. It wasn’t until last year that I discovered kale, and when I did I went a little kale crazy! Kale in smoothies, kale stir fried (post coming soon), and kale chips- basically I couldn’t get enough of kale. Kale chips became a healthy alternative to chips, chex mix, pretzels, etc. They are an easy snack that from start to finish takes only about 15 minutes.
Preheat oven to 400 F
Line a cookie sheet with tin foil (for easy clean up after)
In a mixing bowl put in kale pieces, olive oil, seasoned salt, cajun seasoning
Mix together with your hand (just make sure you’ve washed it first!)
Put all the seasoned kale on the baking sheet and put in the oven for about 12 minutes or until crispy!
Enjoy, and make sure you floss after because you probably have kale in your teeth!
Hi! My name is Rachel and I'm loving life living in Denver. Cooking is something that I've loved since I was little, I even helped make a cookbook for my elementary school when I was 10. Due to being lactose intolerant, I try to minimize the dairy in what I cook, and so I wanted to share those dishes with all of you! Cow milk is what is the worst for me, so some of these recipes will have goat cheese in them. Most dishes will be high protein, low carb, and very easy to make.
Please do not hesitate to ask if you have any questions about the recipes!
Blogging is also not a new hobby of mine - I blogged during my whole junior year over seas, so if you want to read a travel adventure blog feel free to take a look! rachelsoverseaadventures.wordpress.com
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