Adapted from an adaptation from Cait Johnson's book, "Witch in the Kitchen". These are yummy and while they taste awful for you- are pretty good, especially with all the super-nutritious kale they contain. They go well with traditional Southern dishes- I think they would be very good with fried catfish. They also freeze well. I just cook mine at about 350F for 5-7 min in my toaster oven still frozen and eat! Be sure to cut your kale small enough, because the large chunks can be kind of offensive. Times are estimates.