Even though I'm eating clean, sometimes I just want a movie night snack. I like crunchy things and in the past would munch on dill pickle chips. Potato chips are a big no-no in the eating clean world. My solution to fulfill my crunchy cravings is kale chips. I can munch on a whole bowl and not feel one ounce of guilt.
Here's how you make them.
Wash your kale and get rid of the stalk (it tastes yucky) and break it up into big bite sized pieces. I put the kale in a bowl with a lid.
Here's my kale with the other ingredients: lemon juice, olive oil, and sea salt. Chuck the ingredients in the bowl, pop the lid on and shake it up. I don't measure; just remember you don't want to go too crazy with the oil and salt.
Spread your kale out on a baking sheet. I cover mine with tin foil because I don't like to do dishes. Then pop in the oven at 350 for about 15 minutes.
The kale really shrinks. I did two batches to satisfy my craving. It's nice crispy, earthy tasting snack that's guilt free! Next time, I think I'll try some spices and experiment with the flavour.
What's your favorite guilt free snack?