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Low Carb All-Dressed Kale Chips

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How has your Victoria Day long weekend been treating you?  The weather is gorgeous here.  So far I have done some shopping at a few local shops and garage sales.  I picked up two beautiful locally painted pictures.  I love them!  I’m going to change the yellow mat for a white mat and frame them in a simple black frame.  The best part I only paid a total of $6 dollars for these paintings.  Today I spent the afternoon at the beach.  I continued to read The Paleo Diet book by Loren Cordain.  I’m learning some interesting facts about the changes in our meat.
Last week I promised you the recipe for the side dish I served with Low Carb Orange Chicken.  It all began when I asked on twitter, “Do you eat kale chips with your meals?”  The response was mostly, “no” but most people never thought of eating it with their meals.  I LOVE kale chips and I eat them with breakfast, lunch, and dinner.  Sometimes I mix-up the flavour of kale chips with different spices.  Last week I was going through an “All-Dressed” flavour obsession which caused my sweet potato, chicken, and kale all to be enhanced by this spice mix.


What is your favourite chip flavour?  Mine is sour cream & onion.

Low Carb All-Dressed Kale Chips

Author: Carol Lovett
Recipe type: Snack, Side Dish
  1. Wash & dry the kale.
  2. Using your hands or a knife separate the leaf from the stem. The stem does not bake well.
  3. Rip or cut the leaves into chip sizes.
  4. Place the kale in a bowl.
  5. Pour the olive oil over the kale covering ALL of the kale. This will help the kale chips get crispy.
  6. Sprinkle your desired amount of the All-Dressed spice mixture over the leaves.
  7. Place leaves on a baking sheet with parchment paper. *HINT: do not overcrowd the baking sheet. Overcrowding will result in soggy chips.
  8. Bake at 350 degrees for 10-15 minutes. *I found the more kale on the baking sheet the longer it takes for the chips to bake.
  9. After 10 minutes of baking watch the leaves carefully. If they burn they taste bitter.
  10. When the chips are crispy they are done. If you have some leaves that are still soft just put those back in the oven for a little longer.
  11. Snack away 😀

10 Responses to Low Carb All-Dressed Kale Chips

  1. Kristina May 21 at 12:09 am #

    I love Kale chips too! I've never made my own though, only bought them at whole foods. Such a yummy healthy snack! Its pretty much the only way I'll eat kale 🙂

  2. Ditch The Wheat May 21 at 2:05 am #

    Hi Kristina,

    I didn't know you could buy them. Is the bought kale chips baked leaves or ground up to form a chip? I agree, I only eat kale in the form of kale chips.

  3. Richa May 21 at 3:00 am #

    me too1 though we do eat some in salads.. chips are just much funner!

  4. susiet May 22 at 8:48 pm #

    A chip by any other name will still taste as sweet! ~ Bill Shakespeare

    Love these!!! Have never had them with anything but sea salt. What do you recommend? I adore BBQ, Nacho Cheese and SCO – dang. Pretty much anything on a chip is ROCKIN!

    Carol, I just love your photos and posts. You're so talented girl!


    • Ditch The Wheat May 22 at 11:49 pm #

      I have only made regular & all-dressed kale chips. I think BBQ flavour would be amazing or a chili lime flavour.



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