I’ve decided to make myself some crisps. These aren’t your usual crisps, they are kale crisps! You can buy these in Prett and Waitrose, but they cost a fortune when you can make them for next to nothing!
I researched kale and found it is one of the most wonderful things for your body. Not only is it full of vitamins and low in fat, but it’s got many antioxidants in which are believed to help combat that horrible nasty thing called cancer!
These crisps are super yummy and have been fantastic for a snack, eating with Thai green curry or mixing into a salad.
So how did I make them?
- Curly kale from supermarket
- Sugar / salt
- Oil (olive oil)
Toss the curly kale and olive oil in a bowl together. Mix it with a tiny bit of salt and spread on a baking tray.
Next put the tray in the oven and cook it on 180 degrees until crispy for about ten minutes. Toss the kale over and put back in for another five minutes. Remove from oven and leave to cool.
When it’s out toss it in some sugar (I suggest a pinch of soft brown!) then serve!