4 Reviews

These are very good. I have since learned you can better preserve the nutrients in the kale by lowering the temp to 200 for a longer period of time - more like drying it out. Mine took an hour but depending on your oven, could take a little longer. Spread pumpkin seeds or sunflower seeds on before baking to add even more flavor. Adding spices such as curry or cayenne can make them tasty too.

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Texas Shorty June 07, 2012

This was so delicious! I also doubled the salt and decreased lemon juice to 1 Tbsp. like one of the reviewers mentioned (one of my kids does not like lemons, so I decided to be cautious). I will definitely make this again. Thank you for the recipe!

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musubi mama January 24, 2013

Simple and tasty. I used stoneware rather than a lined cookie sheet... they came out perfect. Thanks!

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piseag July 23, 2011

These were really simple and very good. I doubled the salt and next time, I think I will do only 1 tb of lemon (personal preference). Thanks for a great new recipe.

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Sous Me May 04, 2010
Lemon Kale Chips