Learn how to bake kale chips for a crunchy, salty, but healthy potato chip alternative.
By Jessica Kellner
Snacking is a big deal, especially in a household with active youngsters who are hungry and on-the-go. Instead of handing your kids a prepackaged snack laced with food additives, bake healthy, nutritious snacks they love. This recipe for baked kale chips is super easy to make and can be adapted to your personal taste. Season with cayenne and garlic powder for extra flavor. If that doesn't sound appealing, grab your favorite spices from the pantry and experiment with seasonings. Aside from their savory crunchiness, the best part about kale chips is the nutritional content of kale: Eating one cup of chopped kale gives you nine percent of your daily needs for calcium, 206 percent of your vitamin A, 134 percent of vitamin C and 685 percent of your vitamin K. Whoa!
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