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Baked Kale Chips

Dense in nutrients including vitamins A, C, and K, fiber, and calcium, kale is one of the healthiest foods you can eat.

  • Yield: Serves 4
Baked Kale Chips

Source: Whole Living, October 2011


  • 1 bunch torn kale leaves (stems removed)
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • Salt
  • Lemon zest (from 1 lemon)


  1. Heat oven to 350 degrees. Arrange kale on two rimmed baking sheets. Drizzle evenly with olive oil and toss. Season with salt. Bake, rotating trays once, until crisp, 12 to 15 minutes. Toss with lemon zest.

Reviews (5)

  • chipperg 23 Feb, 2015

    Heat the rimmed cookie sheets first. Bake at 425 or higher. Garlic goes fine together

  • AllisonSchalck 25 Mar, 2014

    I've not tried this version, but I have one I've been making for years using a mixture of garlic salt and dried herbs (my favorite is Penzey's Sunny Paris). My nine year old daughter gobbles them up and her friends ALWAYS love them, even the ones that claim they hate vegetables! I've turned MANY people on to kale chips with my recipe.

  • beallgreen 24 Mar, 2014

    These are not the most flavorful. Suzanne Landry has a recipe for cheesy kale chip that adds Nutritional yeast and ground up cashews. Those are something to really enjoy. Google, Suzanne Landry Cheesy Kale Chips.

  • Greenhome 24 Mar, 2014

    Heaven knows I'll eat anything (I'm a chef), but I made those, and I hated them.

  • WendyLNU 18 Jan, 2012

    They were very light and crispy. Melt in your mouth. I can't say I would ever have a craving for them but I am trying to get more dark leafy vegetables in every day so this may be made again.
    I have one question. How can these be stored without losing their crispiness?

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