After sampling a few different kinds of pre-made kale chips, we decided to try to make our own. Don’t get us wrong, the pre-made chips were pretty tasty and we made sure to only buy the raw, vegan variety, but they are a little pricey ($7.99 +!). If you have the time and inclination, try this recipe for a delicious, nutritious and easy way to kick the chip cravings to the curb. You can also use these kale chips as a tasty and crunchy topping for your salads, steamed vegetables, fish or chicken! Feel free to play with quantities to suit your taste. This batch of kale chips lasted us about 2 -3 servings. You’ll need: 2 ½ - 3 cups kale, washed no stems. You want to cut (or rip) it into standard ‘chip’ sized pieces. It doesn’t have to be perfect - trust us - it can crumble a bit anyway. 1 tablespoon honey (you can opt out of this if you’d like, but it gives the kale chips a sweet and savoury appeal) 1 tablespoon nutritional yeast ½ tablespoon garlic powder (add more or less depending on your tastes) 1 tablespoon olive oil salt/sea salt to taste cooking spray 1 large zip lock bag or 1 large container with lid Directions: Preheat your oven to 100 degrees. Spray a cooking sheet with cooking spray. Put aside. Place your washed kale in the bag or container. Add olive oil. Seal the bag/container and shake until kale is coated in olive oil. Spread the kale on the cooking sheet. Make sure it is spread as thin as possible. Drizzle honey over kale, and then sprinkle it evenly with garlic powder, nutritional yeast and salt. Place and oven and cook for 20-25 minutes, or until crispy. The time may vary depending on your oven, so check it every so often. Enjoy! We plan to keep playing around with kale chip recipes and would LOVE to try yours, if you’d like to share.