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We make these regularly, and often for company. Instead of apple cider vinegar I use balsamic vinegar, as it gives the final product a light sweetness. Also I use only about a 1 tsp of salt on the front end and salt the chips as they come out of the oven. Great snack or side to a sandwich, instead of potato chips.

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Chuck_Roast November 17, 2008

I forgot to mention - it really helps if you rotate the baking sheet half way through. That way they bake evenly.

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pmegeed February 05, 2008

How are these "guilt free"? They taste decent; that's no question... but just because something has kale doesn't make it healthy. Kale has a lot of vitamins in it, (that you can also get from taking a multivitamin, but this is high in fat, (and calories for the amount,) and low in protein. Might as well take broccoli, drown it in cheese and call that healthy.

This isn't guilt free by any means, but if you're sick of potato chips, it's a good alternative.

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Hiryuu March 26, 2012

I really didn't like these very much at all. I found them very oily and very vinegary. Not what I was looking for. Sorry

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HocoRuco November 07, 2010

These are very good, but two tablespoons of salt is way too much. I would recommend sprinkling the kale leaves with salt and other seasons after placed on the baking sheet.

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cristygoertz July 19, 2009

Delicious and Easy!! We just tossed the kale in olive oil and sprinkled it with kosher salt and baked at 350 for about 25 minutes. My 16 month old and 3 year old love them!!

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Oliver & Fischer's Mommy July 07, 2009
Kale Chips