Goodness Kurly Kale Crisps!

Crunchy and Salty Goodness

Kale, a relative of wild cabbage, is packed full of super beneficial health nutrients, particularly phytochemicals. Its organosulfur compounds, glucosinolates and methyl cysteine sulfoxides have anti-cancer properties, especially good at protecting against breast cancer and ovarian cancer.

Thanks to its high content in vitamin A Kale is great for healthy eyes and especially good at protecting against cataracts.

A good source of vitamin C, which helps boost the immune system and protect against colds, flu, asthma, osteoarthritis, and rheumatoid arthritis… It also contains vitamin B6 and riboflavin which can protect against heart disease. And It is a great source of Calcium too! The high fibre content of kale is good for lowering cholesterol, balancing blood sugar levels, preventing constipation and protecting against colon cancer.

Can this amazing super food be made into yummy crunchy salty crisps?You bet!


A bunch of curly Kale, rinsed and dried

Extra virgin olive oil, or coconut oil

Hymalayan rock salt


Pre-heat the oven at 150degrees (300F).

Remove the stems and tough centre ribs of the Kale.

Cut it into large pieces.

Toss it with oil in a bowl and sprinkle with salt.

Arrange the leaves in a single layer on a large baking tray.

Bake for 20mins or until crisp.

Let them cool.

For maximum chicness serve in a cone made from newspaper or parchment paper.


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