Curly kale crisps make an ideal quick healthy snack recipe. Here I show you how to make curly kale crisps in just 15 minutes. All that’s needed is 200g curly kale, 1 tbsp. olive oil and a little salt to season. You’ll love this easy light and crispy savoury delight!
Hello and welcome to my very first blog post where I show you how to make curly kale crisps!
It all started because I wanted something healthy to snack on whilst watching Scotland get thrashed by England at the rugby yesterday.
Now, obviously I didn’t know that was going to happen then, or I might have spent my time doing something more useful! But what did come out of that debacle was this curly kale crisps recipe.
I’d read about this “interesting” snack called curly kale crisps on other people’s blogs.
And therefore, having had enough of reading everyone else’s blogs I decided to start my own!
So all you need to do is massage some oil and salt into some curly kale and pop it into the oven for 10 – 15 minutes. And voila! A quick health snack is made!
I’d been thinking about starting a blog, about my healthy recipes and following of the 80/20 way since I stopped endless diets and henceforth found this way, that actually works, to keep fit and healthy!
Plus this way still allows enjoying of all the sweet treats that life has to offer!
I think my first easy quick healthy recipe turned out OK, but what do you think?
- 200 g bag sliced curly kale
- 1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
- ½. tsp salt
- Pre-heat oven to 180C Fan
- Rinse the curly kale under running water and pat it dry with some kitchen towel
- Place the curly kale in a large bowl and massage in the olive oil and salt for about one minute
- Spread the kale on a grease proof sheet on a baking try
- Roast in the centre of oven for 10 – 15 minutes until lightly browned and crispy.
- Serve in bowls
So It All Started With Curly Kale Crisps
So, moving forward, I’m happy to announce that I’ll replace the pretzels I usually have for snacking purposes whilst watching sport on TV, (which isn’t something I do very often anyway) with these much healthier curly kale crisps.
You know, if I was able to predict such a bad score for Scotland before hand, I would just spent my time in the kitchen cooking!
And so it began……………all from this curly kale crisps recipe.
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