DIY kale chips

The other morning, I felt like homemade kale chips. They were so yummy that I couldn't stop munching on them after breakfast. I even made my hubby and brother try them. It's super easy to do too!

Here goes:

1. Wash your organic kale and dry on a paper towel. I got my kale at Whole Foods but your local farmer's market in Cali should have it too. Also, preheat your oven to 300 degrees.

2. Tear off 2 inch pieces or so and spread on a cookie sheet with parchment paper underneath. Trust me, use parchment paper. Once I did it without and it was a pain to clean afterwards.

3. Grab your extra virgin olive oil and sea salt. Drizzle the olive oil all over the kale. Don't worry, you can't mess up. Sprinkle salt over the kale. This time around, I added a lot since I wanted to give it a potato chip kind of taste. Use your discretion.

4. By now, your oven should have been nice and pre-heated. Put them on the rack and grab your iPhone or oven timer to put a 15 minute timer. I say this so you can stir the chips once it rings. After stirring, put it on a 15 minute timer again because that's when you grab the tray or trays to cool on top of your stove or countertop.

5. Voila, your homemade kale chips are done. They are so light and crispy. You'll love them and want to share. (I won't tell anyone if you don't share.)

Warning, watch out for kale bits in your teeth. The mirror and toothbrush is your friend.

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