Featured Recipe Kale Chips

 

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How to make Kale Chips…

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How to make Kale Chips…

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Directions: 1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. 2. Remove the kale leaves from their tough end and inner stems. Cut longer leaves in half or preferred bite size pieces.

3. Place kale pieces in large bowl. Start by tossing in about 1 tablespoon of olive oil. The kale leaves only need to be 4. Put the. Preheat oven to 225 degrees F (107 C).

Use convection bake if you have it to speed cooking time and help chips crisp up even more. Rinse and thoroughly dry kale, then tear into small pieces and discard any large stems. Add to a large mixing bowl and drizzle with oil and seasonings of choice. INGREDIENTS 1 bunch curly kale 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 teaspoon Diamond Crystal kosher salt 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder.

This Kale Chips (Dehydrator recipe) is so easy and the best way to get crunchy, garlic Parmesan chips that fit the AIP diet! I guarantee your family will love these kid friendly kale chips. This recipe suits the whole30, Vegan, Paleo and AIP diets. Directions Step 1 Preheat an oven to 300 degrees F (150 degrees C). Advertisement Step 2 Cut away inner ribs from each kale leaf and discard; tear the leaves into pieces of uniform size. (I made my Step 3 Put the kale pieces into a large resealable bag (or use a bowl if you don’t mind getting.

Preheat the oven to 350˚F (180˚C). Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Remove the kale leaves from the thick stems, then chop into bite-size pieces. In a medium bowl, top the kale with the olive oil. Easy kale chips recipe!

I tried to make kale chips before and it was a disaster a soggy disaster. However, not any more with this easy Kale Chips Recipe. I love this crispy kale recipe and I think you will too. I think you will love this super easy kale chip recipe.

We came up with the absolute best recipe to get crispy kale chips every time. Directions Preheat the oven to 275 degrees F. Remove the ribs from the kale and cut into 1 1/2-inch pieces. Lay on a baking sheet and toss with the olive oil. Bake kale at 300ºF for 7-9 minutes, watching very closely. All ovens are different, so adjust baking time to desired texture of kale chips.

Allow kale chips to cool on pan for 5 minutes before enjoying. The best crispy kale chips recipe. Craving more?

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Making these satisfying, healthy chips is easy.

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WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS: Kale chips should boast a crisp texture and great earthy flavor, but often they just don’t stay crispy.

“The Complete Vegetarian Cookbook: A Fresh Guide to Eating Well With 700 Foolproof Recipes” by America's Test Kitchen
from The Complete Vegetarian Cookbook: A Fresh Guide to Eating Well With 700 Foolproof Recipes
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Place in a 6 tablespoons lime juice very large bowl; add 11/2 cups of the minced scal274 cups minced scallion lion, the kale, carrot, peppers, garlic, black pepper, 1 cup chopped kale color, cumin, 1 bouillon cube, and 1/2 tablespoons 3/4 cup diced carrot of the salt.

“Secrets of Colombian Cooking” by Patricia McCausland-Gallo
from Secrets of Colombian Cooking
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Hippocrene Books, 2004

Drizzle with olive oil, apple cider vinegar, and salt and bake in a 300°F oven for 10 to 15 minutes for kale chips.

“The Keto Diet: The Complete Guide to a High-Fat Diet, with More Than 125 Delectable Recipes and 5 Meal Plans to Shed Weight, Heal Your Body, and Regain Confidence” by Leanne Vogel
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For this recipe, have on hand about 2 bunches of kale leaves.

“Keto Comfort Foods” by Maria Emmerich
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Try this spicy and tasty spin on my favorite Kale Chips.

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Add the kale, salt, and 1½ cups water, cover, bring to a boil, and cook over medium-high heat for 8 to 10 minutes.

“Essential Pépin: More Than 700 All-Time Favorites from My Life in Food” by Jacques Pépin
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For an easy sautéed sidedish, try this simple recipe: add kale to askillet with oil and garlic, slivered almonds, and red pepper flakes.

“Nutrition” by Paul M. Insel, Don Ross, Kimberley McMahon, Melissa Bernstein
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Toss kale with 1 tablespoon feta marinade, spread in even layer on aluminum foil-lined baking sheet, and roast until crisp and lightly browned at edges, 6 to 8 minutes.

“The New Family Cookbook: All-New Edition of the Best-Selling Classic with 1,100 New Recipes” by America's Test Kitchen
from The New Family Cookbook: All-New Edition of the Best-Selling Classic with 1,100 New Recipes
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Transfer to a small bowl; add the green onion powder, kale powder, lemon powder, and salt; and stir to combine.

“Bar Tartine: Techniques & Recipes” by Nicolaus Balla, Cortney Burns, Jan Newberry, Chad Robertson
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When all of the kale is fried and salted, add the tomato, green and red onions, pine nuts, lemon juice, and vinegar and toss until well combined.

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Chronicle Books LLC, 2013

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  • I just made this and it is AWESOME
    Whoever was hesitant to try like my self get up and do it! It was very crunchy and crispy. By the way, i used spray coconut oil instead of olive oil because i wanted less overall calories and it worked just fine.

  • Just tried this after i watched the video! turned out awesome!!! and it was my first attempt at kale chips! I wanted to eat my fingers it was so yummy! thank you for the tips! x

  • tried this, it was effing disgusting
    I’ll continue to have my kale steamed, drop some oil over it while its still hot so it can soak in and then once its cooled to room temp ad garlic, salt, pepper and vinegar

    mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm lovely

  • I used your kale chip recipe right here, but I put sea salt, garlic pepper & crushed red peppers on them. They came out awesome, I ate the entire cookie sheet of them (but it wasn’t completely full)! Thanks for the video!

  • You know? I REALLY enjoyed watching you!!!! I live in Ecuador, and I haven´t seen any kale around here. But, I have beetroot greens that everybody discards here. I want to surprise everybody today with beetroot greens chips and I will follow your recipe. Let´s see what turns out of my experiment, Ipll let you know. Thanks for posting your video.

  • FAKE! The kale she put back into the oven after the halfway point weren’t the small dark cooked ones that she struggled to flip over, they were big and green ie hadnt been cooked yet. Why lie? Either make a cooking channel that follows the steps you say they take or… get off YouTube! #DISLIKE #FAKETUBER

  • You should try drizzling a little bit of lime or lemon juice on them after they’ve been baked, it gives them a lovely tangy flavor!

  • I know this may not sound like a good question, but where do you buy your kale from?! It isn’t the most popular green. Many people haven’t heard of it, so it may not be easily accessible in all grocery stores. Whole Foods?!

  • Does it matter what kind of kale it is? I am not sure what mine is. I grew it because my room mate wanted Kale, but he has not touched it. I found your recipe, because I am trying to figure what to do with it.

  • I decided I need to eat more greens so I went and brought a big bag of kale. But it was just lying in the fridge and I just couldnt bring myself to eat it so I decided to google some kale recipes and came across this one. I decided to give it a try. I seasoned it a lot and used chillie powder. It turned out so good, kind of like roasted seaweed but tastier! And the crunchy sound made it even more fun to eat!
    Thanks a lot for the video. Now I know how to eat kale!

  • Omg omg I just made these… it’s amazing!!!!!!!!!
    He is right I have missed out in life.. until now! It tastes similar to potatoe chips

  • it’s pap-reeee-ka. everyone says it differently. the accent is on the second sound. just my two cents. and did you say kee-ann for cayenne, not ky-anne? lovely….

  • I’ve been having recurring symptoms of iron deficiency, and with the pandemic going on now I’m looking for more shelf stable sources of iron that aren’t pill supplements, bc those can get dangerous. You Suck At Cooking have me the idea to try using kale chips, but as funny as their videos are, I can’t actually follow them very well practically.

    So I searched, found this one. And I’d PLANNED on watching several to see which method I liked best, but you won me over with “ok ignore the single layer, not touching” bit. I don’t have that mutch l much excess energy, and definitely don’t want to be spending like half an hour or more on one handful of chips, or to have five million shifts going if I wanted to buy more baking sheets and do a little at a time. I really don’t have the accenting span for that.

    I’ll comment again when I’ve managed to get to the store for produce, clean off my stove, and work up thev courage to make these, lol. But they do look good! And that’s my other main interest, herehigh(ish) iron, shelf stable (once fully baked), and _actually tastes good

    Cheers

  • Thank you for this video. I just made some kale chips and they were DELICIOUS! I modified your recipe slightly and used old bay seasoning instead of yeast and it was AMAZING. Sadly I only made a small batch. I will have to make a larger portion next time. Thanks again.

  • You should try drizzling a little bit of lime or lemon juice on them after they’ve been baked, it gives them a lovely tangy flavor!

  • Yum! I made kale chips last week and they were so good! Yup, gotta have nutritional yeast on them to give it that good cheesy taste!! ����

  • Ive heard some things about kale chips like some people don’t like them but i guess you have to like kale to like kale chips but it seems like the people who try them seem to thank its gonna taste like a chip but its like idk were you got that from. Its just a nice crunch snack. �� lol

  • Liked the chips but absolutely loved the kale once I’d seasoned and before cooking. Will be using your seasoning as a salad dressing on kale. Sooo delicious!!

  • to sum up the cooking part: looks like 60 minutes, turning every 15 @ 300 degrees gets it done.??? Does all Nutritional yeast taste cheesy-like? Do you have a recommendation for a brand?

  • I like the generous use of oil and salt….this is more like a keto recipe (good side dish with some meat) than typical “plant based vegan” stuff.

  • Just cooked these and love them! I had let my kale get too limp, but they crisped up pretty good. Going to cook it again with fresher kale. I would like to know the nutritional information please. I used avocado oil. Really good!

  • Just made these, made a small batch because I was scared but omg I should’ve made a way bigger batch, I only added avocado oil, sea salt and some lime juice and it was so bomb!

  • Great video! excellent! Thanks fro sharing! I love kale, and I have a special recipe! it is very delicious! I have a video to prove it! ��

  • His way of making kale chips has to be the most accurate way ever! I’ve tried other people’s recipes where it’s at 350 degrees for 10 mins and they burnt! For this recipe I didn’t add as much olive oil as he did, I only made a small batch in case it didn’t come out right, and I put it for 300 degrees for 15 mins and they came out perfect! I didn’t even have to put them in again! Thank you!

  • Subscribed!! Loved this video!! Making kale chips right now actually �� I just realized I need a baking sheet �� HOW DO I NOT HAVE ONE?? lol

  • Thanks for the instructions and tidbits of additional information. I made this with russian red kale, which I think might require just a little less bake time (maybe 12 minutes each oven segment) as they came out a little burnt.

  • is there an easier way to add the olive oil to them? looks like you had a squirtable bottle of it and most bottles or pourable olive oil.

  • Yum looks delicious i am making this soon love kale tell olive i love her sooooooooooooooooooooo much and i say hi to her love dogs tell olive she is my friend drooling over my samsung galaxy j4 love your recipes making me hungry Thanks Ramya

  • I’ve been using this recipes for quite a while, they are great ��
    But the other day I discovered from other recipe that you can just pop them in the microwave for 3 minutes and the result is the same, if not better. Way quicker if you don’t have much time on the day

  • Actually leafy green vegetables like kale, mustard greens, rape are very popular in Zimbabwe. We have them as a side dish or even main relish with most meals and many people grow them in their yards

  • so now your gonna want to bail the kale out of the pale that you got on sale then check it for nails then pull of its tail well muffling its wail and inspect it to make sure it doesn’t contain snails and that its not to frail then your gonna want to check your mail and rub it on the rails using a banna for scales then do a crimnal backround check to make sure its never been in the prison system.

    genuis.

  • It’s really weird as a Dutch person to see kale being known as this ‘hipster super food item’ in foreign countries. In the Netherlands kale is called boerenkool(farmers cabbage ) and it’s the most basic vegetable there is. I was actually very surprised when I found out kale was boerenkool. Also why would people eat this stuff raw!?

  • The most important thing to do before making kale chips is to dry them so NO WATER remains. If you don’t do this, the chips will be brown and burnt (like in this video), and have that burnt taste. After I wash the leaves, i shake off the excess water into paper towels and also lightly squeeze paper towels around them. Then I lay the leaves flat and put a fan on them. It works good! I also only use Tuscan kale.. it is by far the best tasting (I think!) kale to use for chips. I like to brush lemon olive oil on the leaves (it is easy to do with Tuscan kale leaves… they are long, like romaine lettuce) and then a light sprinkle of seasoned salt. I’m going to try the sesame seeds next time, in addition to plain olive oil and seasoned salt…. that sounds good.

  • Those chips her are super cheap at our organic store when you made those chips I thought u made them at my house I was going to eat some until I noticed

  • must try,but olive oil should never be heated up very much -it produce some toxic -must use cocos oil or raps oil,maybe sesam oil? 

  • Tried it,love it!!! Perfect snack when you want something like chips yet healthy guilt free and keeps your body looking great! Thank you! love all your tutorials!!!

  • Wow, it looks weird because I was expecting potato like appearance:)
    Really good, I’m going to try it because I don’t even know what kale tastes like. I love the recipe videos. Please do more 😉

  • love this! will deff try!!!:D

    btw your soooo GORG!:) stop by my channel when you get the chance, I’m a Canadian Youtuber:) let me know your thoughts even feel free to subscribe if ya like,xx Aqeelah:)

  • Just made theseyum! Used Flax seeds since I didn’t have sesame on hand. Amazing. I’ve tried making these before at lower temp but the 400 degrees worked well. Thanks!

  • So cool. When I went to buy the kale their was only one bunch and when I went up to the counter the girl had no idea what it was or that they even sold it and had to get a price check. So funny!:)

  • I know this may not sound like a good question, but where do you buy your kale from?! It isn’t the most popular green. Many people haven’t heard of it, so it may not be easily accessible in all grocery stores. Whole Foods?!

  • By the way, not only are you gorgeous on the outside, but you have such an amazing spirit!! Thanks off sharing that with us, I know you brighten my day!!

  • I have just tried your kale chips and they are AmazeBalls!!! Even my hubby liked them which is saying something!! They remind me of the seaweed you can get from a Chinese take-away, only healthier and better!! Thanks mimi keep the recipes coming xxx

  • My kale turned out so good. I salted mine too much. Next time I will use less salt. Other than that I really enjoyed the texture, crunch was amazing.
    Thank you.

  • How long does a kale plant last? Im no botonist. Does it just stay there with leaves forever and you just keep picking them or just it grow leaves forba month and then die?

  • I do not have an air fryer. Is there an alternative way. I have been growing kale in my urban garden. Kale has been growing very well and I have been using it in my smoothies. Can I do this in the oven? Thanks for sharing this machine and recipe.

  • I can’t watch this! The killing/murdering of live plants should be abolished! Those poor defenseless plants being ripped apart so violently…rip to those beautiful kale plants.

  • How long does the kale chips take for it to be ready to chew down ayesha I so love you cooking show you are such an inspiration to me keep doing what you are doing ilove love it

  • My mom got em already cut up in a bag I just might try em this way I’ve never Had Kale or Kale Chips Before I’m not a big green eater but I do like crispy things

  • Does it matter how much olive oil or garlic salt you use? Does it not cook as well if you add more of the garlic salt or olive oil?

  • I tried to make them, but half of them were burnt and half were still floppy. Not sure what I did wrong.. my kale did look like a different type than yours though, could that have been a factor?

  • You know the whole potato chips in a burger trick? Well this made me think of that and I’m wondering if these kale chips will be good in a homemade burger?? Gotta try it!

  • Ayesha! I love all of your videos! You should have a show on food network.  I would watch it just as much as I watch the warriors!

  • Tried this tonight using roasted garlic and herb (closest thing I had to garlic salt and I didn’t want to use sea salt or garlic powder lol). Yummy for my tummy

  • I made these before but I put too much salt LOL they taste amazing though! Now I want to try them with the garlic salt! 

    PS love the lip colour on you!

  • Love your channel and your family. I too am new to you tube, would love for you to stop by my channel, like, subscribe and even leave a comment. I am going to try this recipe as well. Thanks

  • This is scary because I was just at the health food store looking at a bag of kale chips deciding if I wanted to buy them and I’ve never tasted kale chips and they were expensive now I can make my own this was perfect timing

  • Does it matter what kind of kale it is? I am not sure what mine is. I grew it because my room mate wanted Kale, but he has not touched it. I found your recipe, because I am trying to figure what to do with it.

  • I decided I need to eat more greens so I went and brought a big bag of kale. But it was just lying in the fridge and I just couldnt bring myself to eat it so I decided to google some kale recipes and came across this one. I decided to give it a try. I seasoned it a lot and used chillie powder. It turned out so good, kind of like roasted seaweed but tastier! And the crunchy sound made it even more fun to eat!
    Thanks a lot for the video. Now I know how to eat kale!

  • Omg omg I just made these… it’s amazing!!!!!!!!!
    He is right I have missed out in life.. until now! It tastes similar to potatoe chips

  • OMG!! You are so right…best Kale Chips ever♥️I followed your recipe to the T and I have tried many times with others. I think we could sell them…what’d you think?? Oh I also keep Nutrition Yeast in the pantry and used that. Thank you sir! How do you store yours??

  • I’ve been having recurring symptoms of iron deficiency, and with the pandemic going on now I’m looking for more shelf stable sources of iron that aren’t pill supplements, bc those can get dangerous. You Suck At Cooking have me the idea to try using kale chips, but as funny as their videos are, I can’t actually follow them very well practically.

    So I searched, found this one. And I’d PLANNED on watching several to see which method I liked best, but you won me over with “ok ignore the single layer, not touching” bit. I don’t have that mutch l much excess energy, and definitely don’t want to be spending like half an hour or more on one handful of chips, or to have five million shifts going if I wanted to buy more baking sheets and do a little at a time. I really don’t have the accenting span for that.

    I’ll comment again when I’ve managed to get to the store for produce, clean off my stove, and work up thev courage to make these, lol. But they do look good! And that’s my other main interest, herehigh(ish) iron, shelf stable (once fully baked), and _actually tastes good

    Cheers

  • Thank you for this video. I just made some kale chips and they were DELICIOUS! I modified your recipe slightly and used old bay seasoning instead of yeast and it was AMAZING. Sadly I only made a small batch. I will have to make a larger portion next time. Thanks again.

  • One should research the health effects of GMO and vitamin fortified based nutritional yeast versus non-GMO, non-vitamin fortified.

  • Yum! I made kale chips last week and they were so good! Yup, gotta have nutritional yeast on them to give it that good cheesy taste!! ����

  • Ive heard some things about kale chips like some people don’t like them but i guess you have to like kale to like kale chips but it seems like the people who try them seem to thank its gonna taste like a chip but its like idk were you got that from. Its just a nice crunch snack. �� lol

  • Liked the chips but absolutely loved the kale once I’d seasoned and before cooking. Will be using your seasoning as a salad dressing on kale. Sooo delicious!!

  • to sum up the cooking part: looks like 60 minutes, turning every 15 @ 300 degrees gets it done.??? Does all Nutritional yeast taste cheesy-like? Do you have a recommendation for a brand?

  • I like the generous use of oil and salt….this is more like a keto recipe (good side dish with some meat) than typical “plant based vegan” stuff.

  • Just cooked these and love them! I had let my kale get too limp, but they crisped up pretty good. Going to cook it again with fresher kale. I would like to know the nutritional information please. I used avocado oil. Really good!

  • Just made these, made a small batch because I was scared but omg I should’ve made a way bigger batch, I only added avocado oil, sea salt and some lime juice and it was so bomb!

  • You have inspired me to try this. Feels strange watching an older video with you on the homestead. I’m sure that I’m not the only one who is adjusting to your single life Starry. Love everything about you from silly to serious ������������ I do love the silly ��

  • His way of making kale chips has to be the most accurate way ever! I’ve tried other people’s recipes where it’s at 350 degrees for 10 mins and they burnt! For this recipe I didn’t add as much olive oil as he did, I only made a small batch in case it didn’t come out right, and I put it for 300 degrees for 15 mins and they came out perfect! I didn’t even have to put them in again! Thank you!

  • Subscribed!! Loved this video!! Making kale chips right now actually �� I just realized I need a baking sheet �� HOW DO I NOT HAVE ONE?? lol

  • Thanks for the instructions and tidbits of additional information. I made this with russian red kale, which I think might require just a little less bake time (maybe 12 minutes each oven segment) as they came out a little burnt.

  • I just made this and it is AWESOME
    Whoever was hesitant to try like my self get up and do it! It was very crunchy and crispy. By the way, i used spray coconut oil instead of olive oil because i wanted less overall calories and it worked just fine.

  • it’s pap-reeee-ka. everyone says it differently. the accent is on the second sound. just my two cents. and did you say kee-ann for cayenne, not ky-anne? lovely….

  • tried this, it was effing disgusting
    I’ll continue to have my kale steamed, drop some oil over it while its still hot so it can soak in and then once its cooled to room temp ad garlic, salt, pepper and vinegar

    mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm lovely

  • I used your kale chip recipe right here, but I put sea salt, garlic pepper & crushed red peppers on them. They came out awesome, I ate the entire cookie sheet of them (but it wasn’t completely full)! Thanks for the video!

  • You know? I REALLY enjoyed watching you!!!! I live in Ecuador, and I haven´t seen any kale around here. But, I have beetroot greens that everybody discards here. I want to surprise everybody today with beetroot greens chips and I will follow your recipe. Let´s see what turns out of my experiment, Ipll let you know. Thanks for posting your video.

  • I just watched the video and can’t remember for how long you baked them since I’m craving them so much, haha. Omg I need some now…

  • One should research the health effects of GMO and vitamin fortified based nutritional yeast versus non-GMO, non-vitamin fortified.

  • First time making kale chips & they are delicious! Excellent recipe! I was so nervous they would be gross but they are anything but!

  • is there an easier way to add the olive oil to them? looks like you had a squirtable bottle of it and most bottles or pourable olive oil.

  • Yum looks delicious i am making this soon love kale tell olive i love her sooooooooooooooooooooo much and i say hi to her love dogs tell olive she is my friend drooling over my samsung galaxy j4 love your recipes making me hungry Thanks Ramya

  • My kale turned out so good. I salted mine too much. Next time I will use less salt. Other than that I really enjoyed the texture, crunch was amazing.
    Thank you.

  • How long does a kale plant last? Im no botonist. Does it just stay there with leaves forever and you just keep picking them or just it grow leaves forba month and then die?

  • I do not have an air fryer. Is there an alternative way. I have been growing kale in my urban garden. Kale has been growing very well and I have been using it in my smoothies. Can I do this in the oven? Thanks for sharing this machine and recipe.

  • The most important thing to do before making kale chips is to dry them so NO WATER remains. If you don’t do this, the chips will be brown and burnt (like in this video), and have that burnt taste. After I wash the leaves, i shake off the excess water into paper towels and also lightly squeeze paper towels around them. Then I lay the leaves flat and put a fan on them. It works good! I also only use Tuscan kale.. it is by far the best tasting (I think!) kale to use for chips. I like to brush lemon olive oil on the leaves (it is easy to do with Tuscan kale leaves… they are long, like romaine lettuce) and then a light sprinkle of seasoned salt. I’m going to try the sesame seeds next time, in addition to plain olive oil and seasoned salt…. that sounds good.

  • Those chips her are super cheap at our organic store when you made those chips I thought u made them at my house I was going to eat some until I noticed

  • must try,but olive oil should never be heated up very much -it produce some toxic -must use cocos oil or raps oil,maybe sesam oil? 

  • Tried it,love it!!! Perfect snack when you want something like chips yet healthy guilt free and keeps your body looking great! Thank you! love all your tutorials!!!

  • Wow, it looks weird because I was expecting potato like appearance:)
    Really good, I’m going to try it because I don’t even know what kale tastes like. I love the recipe videos. Please do more 😉

  • love this! will deff try!!!:D

    btw your soooo GORG!:) stop by my channel when you get the chance, I’m a Canadian Youtuber:) let me know your thoughts even feel free to subscribe if ya like,xx Aqeelah:)

  • Just made theseyum! Used Flax seeds since I didn’t have sesame on hand. Amazing. I’ve tried making these before at lower temp but the 400 degrees worked well. Thanks!

  • So cool. When I went to buy the kale their was only one bunch and when I went up to the counter the girl had no idea what it was or that they even sold it and had to get a price check. So funny!:)

  • First time making kale chips & they are delicious! Excellent recipe! I was so nervous they would be gross but they are anything but!

  • By the way, not only are you gorgeous on the outside, but you have such an amazing spirit!! Thanks off sharing that with us, I know you brighten my day!!

  • I have just tried your kale chips and they are AmazeBalls!!! Even my hubby liked them which is saying something!! They remind me of the seaweed you can get from a Chinese take-away, only healthier and better!! Thanks mimi keep the recipes coming xxx

  • If u take raw kale and put it in a plastic bag and massage it for a minute or two it tastes amazing in salad. The texture is awesome not tough

  • I really like kale chips, but I do not like someone waving their knife around because a knife can be very dangerous. Even though it means business, it just does not look good in a presentation.

  • I tried making kale chips on oven toaster with temp regulator.. put olove oil and some salt and pepper.. is it expected to have a bitter after taste..? Thank you very much!!!

  • I just made these..your Style recipe!! Delicious!!! I used olive oil and some sesame oil. Salted with sea salt garlic salt in a pinch of cayenne!

  • We love kale chips too, although we do add seasonings after massaging the oil in, and we dry them in dehydrator at 160 or so for a few hours. They do come out crispy, but for us trick is to put them in air tight container immediately to keep them crisp. They are great to pack for lunches, when out.

  • Great video! excellent! Thanks fro sharing! I love kale, and I have a special recipe! it is very delicious! I have a video to prove it! ��

  • Ok here’s my experience with making them this way. Excellent showing how to cut off the leaves from the stem that part went great. Ok as far as all that oil nooooooo don’t use that much oil to cut them because when you put them in the oven as they are baking you now have a pan of oil that they are laying in. Coat them yes but no don’t use all that oil. I did 2 bags of kale doing it her way yes they came out crispy but they had a lot of oil on them in their crispness. I made them at 6am and ate some before bed and I put garlic powder on them for flavor and they were very good but 30 min after eating them I was in the bathroom. I believe that was from all the oil on them. Then when I got up at 12:30 noon I said ok I’m going to try some more but they were no longer crispy they were soggy so I guess you have to eat them after you make them. I made a lot to eat throughout the day and have some for the next day so I had to throw them all out. I put a paper towel in bottom of pot I was storing them in and covered them with the lid to eat later guess you can’t cover them up either. So pretty much I wasted two bags of kale ��

  • Be careful they are easily over salted. Salt less than you think to start. Great video, a little verbose. I take the stems and cut them about 1/4 inch long and cook them in chicken broth, garlic and a little olive oil. The small size help them cook faster, about 6 minutes. Thanks again.

  • Hello this is the first video of yours that I see and I love it you have a great personality I will definitely try the recipe. My 11 year old just got diagnose with type 1 diabetes so I am looking for healthy recipes thank you =D

  • I was scared to make Kale chips because of all the reasons you mentioned and your recipe worked perfect! First time ever tonight and they came out amazing! Thank you Starry! <3

  • I did the oven chips….then I used my dehydrater. Man…the dehydrater chips are the BEST, no matter what seasonings you use. Love your videos…love your witness!!

  • The FDA allows a certain percentage vegetable oil (like GMO canola) in olive oils labeled Extra Virgin Olive Oil.  So know source of oil to be sure it’s fresh and truly 100% EVOO.

  • Love this video followed your recipe and my chips were amazing thanks for your tips massaging the oil on the kale it was so worth it and adding the sea salt omg addicting

  • those are burnt I could not eat my kale chips burnt even though you’re saying you like Anaconda dark nope you messed those up because when I do my kale chips they’re not like that so I do them dry and I don’t put oil on them I just put them in the oven with no oil whatsoever and I let them kind of brown a little bit so where you did it they’re burnt

  • Great info! After working in food service most of my life and always wearing a hairnet, I just have to mention your hair, should really be pulled back when working with food.

  • I LOVE your energy!!! You look so beautiful and healthy and shiny from the inside out. Can’t wait to check out your other videos <3

  • OMG!! You are so right…best Kale Chips ever♥️I followed your recipe to the T and I have tried many times with others. I think we could sell them…what’d you think?? Oh I also keep Nutrition Yeast in the pantry and used that. Thank you sir! How do you store yours??

  • Starry, sorry to here about your bike accident, I’m also a biker and lovin it!!!! But last night after admiring your shoulders and arms and finally focus on what you were saying, I tried those kale chips and loved them, these are definitely my go-to snacks forever.

  • I just want to know how you make them there arms. Can’t keep my eyes off those tricepts and then you see those shoulders, what a great pair of arms and shoulders you have my dear. What is your diet like also. “Please share!!”

  • I just watched the video and can’t remember for how long you baked them since I’m craving them so much, haha. Omg I need some now…

  • Hi All!
    How long do you recommend you can keep the Kale Chips? Wondering if I have to make them fresh each time… or refrigerate for a few days… or can I freeze them?

  • Try using braggs essential amino acids in place of the salt. Its like a soy sauce minus the salt, plus all 16 essential amino acids. Stuff is crazy.