You know how they say you can't eat just one potato chip at a time? Same goes for kale chips. Some time ago I saw kale chips being sold in bags in the health food store, and marveled over the prize of one bag. Was there gold in it? I though it couldn't be that difficult to make them yourself, and I was right.
The way I do them: get a fresh bunch of kale, remove the dark green bits from the thick stems, rip into smaller pieces, toss them in a little olive oil, sprinkle with garlic powder (or any other spice you fancy) and sea salt, and put them in your dehydrator (or on a baking sheet with parchment paper in the oven, the pieces not overlapping). Forget about them for a few hours (don't know about the time in the oven, since I've only done them in the dehydrator). After they have cooled down, they are ready to be eaten. Crunch, crunch, crunch. The dogs are crazy for them too. Of course I shared!
Speaking of dogs. Here are a few pics.
While Happy and Maggie were playing outside, Denny was overlooking his kingdom.
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