Kale Chips

Kale Chips are hands down my most favorite way to enjoy Kale! Seriously.

I LOVE KALE CHIPS!

Simple Coconut Oil Kale Chips

Note: These Kale Chips will be nice and crispy when consumed shortly after making them. But I have found that chips made with oil do not do well for long term storage. But seriously, whose kale chips last that long anyway?! I can barely get mine outta the dehydrator before eating them all!

Simple Coconut Oil & Sea Salt Kale Chips

  • 1 bunch kale 10 to 15 leaves (curly is my favorite)
  • 1 (or 2) Tablespoon melted coconut oil (enter to win ONE GALLON below!!)
  • 2 pinches sea salt
  • optional: fresh dill, thyme, garlic powder, or other garden herbs minced

Rinse kale. Shake off all excess water. Starting at the base of each leaf of kale, slide your hand up the spine, separating each leaf from the stem. Tare the leaves into large pieces. Massage coconut oil and sea salt into kale. Do your best to really work it in their for a couple of minutes.

Set on dehydrator screens to dry at 115* F for 6 to 10 hours. Enjoy!

Or Bake in an oven at 325* F for 10 to 18 minutes. Watch closely as they can easily burn.

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Brazil Nut Parmesan Kale Chips:

Note: These Kale Chips are Oil Free, do better for longer term storage (also I add in a moisture absorber if storing them longer than a day). I have noticed they stay crispier longer if they are oil free. Note: Kale chips rarely last very long in my house to prove this!

Recipe:

  • 1 large bunch of curly kale, 10 to 15 large leaves

Brazil Nut Parmesan:

  • 1/3 cup Brazil Nuts (or use hemp seeds)
  • 2 Tablespoons Nutritional Yeast
  • 1 teaspoon dried garlic granules (or one fresh garlic clove)
  • 1/2 teaspoon sea salt

Rinse kale. Shake off all excess water. Starting at the base of each leaf of kale, slide your hand up the spine, separating each leaf from the stem. Tare the leaves into large pieces.

Pulse Brazil Nut Parmesan ingredients together in a food processor until you have a powdery consistency.

Massage mixture into your kale, really work it in, so that the kale starts to wilt from the salt combined with the heat from your hands. Spread kale leaves out in you dehydrator.

Dehydrate for 6 to 10 hours at 115*F.

Or Bake in an oven at 325* F for 10 to 18 minutes. Watch closely as they can easily burn.

This Brazil Nut Parmesan is also fabulous sprinkled on raw pasta dishes and salads.

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Contest Ended June 30, 2013.

Winner was announced on Monday, July 1st, 2013. Contest open to residents of the U.S. & Canada.

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78 thoughts on “Kale Chips

  1. I use coconut oil for everything, but my favorite use so far, is mixing it with dark chocolate for ice cream topping (=

  2. I just started Paleo two months ago and it is saving my life. I just started using coconut oil last week and OMG. I am so addicted!! Marlene from Living In The Paleo’s Paradise

  3. Fresh green beans, RealSalt, minced elephant garlic and a pat of coconut oil make for a delicious crisp-tender side dish!

  4. Hi Betty,thank U so very much for this awesomest giveaway! πŸ™‚ I loooove looove loooove Tropical Traditions products,the organic virgin gold label coconut oil is so delish,I go thru it so fast! lol πŸ™‚ I love it in baking goods,on my skin,and as a supplement for overall health and well being πŸ™‚ My kitteh also loves it,I just wish i could keep more of it on hand πŸ™ This gallon would be such a blessing,and would take me a loong way πŸ™‚ I love the kale chip recipe,and would love to try it,i don’t have a food dehydrator,but i hope i can use my oven instead πŸ™‚ Thank u again for this wonderful opportunity,God bless u and urs πŸ™‚ (((Hugs)))~Trina G.

    1. Oh yeah, I use coconut oil for just about anything you need oil for but right now I’m loving it frothed up in my coffee- tastes like a latte but better.

  5. I”ve never made kale chips before..I’ll have to try your recipe. Right now I’m drinking hot tea with coconut oil in it!

  6. I adore coconut oil! Hmmm fave use, hard to choose but I do love to use it for making freezer fudge or chocolate treats!

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  8. I use coconut oil for everything I previously used oil/butter for. Baking, cooking, skin/hair care, nutritional supplement…. My favorite kale recipe is kale salad with toasted coconut flakes, basically kale chips with toasted coconut flakes on top!

  9. Thank you for the giveaway! My favorite use for coconut oil is baking. It gives such a wonderful flavor to everything! I also just purchased some homemade body butter that has coconut oil in it, and my skin loves it!

    1. Hi Lynn!

      You are the random and lovely winner of the Gallon of Tropical Traditions Coconut Oil!!

      Just send me you mailing address!

      Thanks so much!
      Betty Rawker

  10. We love coconut oil and tropical Traditions is the best even give 2 tablespoons per day to our large dogs keeps their coats shiny and soft!

  11. I don’t know how to choose a favorite way to use coconut oil, but I love to use it instead of diaper creams on my babies’ bottoms.

  12. thanks for the chance at a coconut oil giveaway~! I love frying in coconut oil; Everything from potatoes to shrimp to eggs~!

  13. Thank you for the opportunity to win. I’ve been wanting to try Kale chips….and my fave use for coconut oil is oil pulling and skin injuries….

  14. I found out the amazing benefits of coconut oil !!! it’s so healthy for your brain!!! I would love to start trying this stuff out and see how my health improves.

  15. I have so many favourite uses for coconut oil! I love to bake with it, fry with it, use it on my skin, in my hair and on my scalp!

    thanks

  16. I’ve been meaning to make kale chips and this recipe sounds great! I love cooking and baking with coconut oil and also use it as a moisturizer. What a great giveaway, thanks for the opportunity!

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  18. I absolutely LOVE coconut oil. I use it for darn near everything from hair care to β€œpersonal” care. I eat it straight, I oil pull with it, oil cleanse with it and I mix it with either clay or diatomaceous earth for health care. Love the smell, taste and feel πŸ˜‰

  19. I use coconut oil in baking, making hair products and oil pulling. There are so many uses and I am finding new ones every day.

  20. I use coconut oil in all my baking, in smoothies, as skin care, but I love it mixed into my hot cocoa in the winter.

  21. We use coconut oil for just about anything! Cooking popcorn, in any recipe that calls for oil, even for shaving & boo boos:)

  22. I love coconut oil for anything! Hair defrizzer, fudge, potatoes, mustard greens, curry–it’s all better with coconut oil. And Tropical Traditions is one of my favorite companies. πŸ™‚

  23. My favorite uses for coconut oil are frying eggs and other foods, in place of vegetable oil, to make chocolate treats, and as a skin moisturizer. (Plus lots of yummy recipes, like coconut flour pancakes fried in coconut oil). Love Kale chips also! As a matter of fact, I’m heading out to pick some kale from my garden in a few minutes!
    Thanks for hosting the giveaway! Our family loves TT coconut oil (subscriber to newsletter).

  24. One of my favorite ways of eating coconut oil it to whip it together with honey and spread it over fresh homemade bread. Put 1/4 cup oil & 1/2 cup honey in a mixing bowl and whip until a nice spreadable consistency. <3!!!

  25. I am fairly new to using coconut oil. I have fried my egg in it and made Heavenly Coconut Balls (which are delicious!) Would love to try the Tropical Traditions coconut oil after hearing so many good things about it. The uses seem to be endless!!!

  26. after picking our own strawberries, we came home and make shortcakes using coconut oil instead of shortening…they were delish!! we use coconut oil for LOTS of our baking

  27. I use coconut oil for everything. Moisturizer, for cuts & scrapes, oil pulling, deep hair conditioner, a carrier oil for insect repellent; the list is practically endless. And, of course, I cook with it. πŸ™‚ And I have recipes for coconut oil soap & deodorant that I’m planning to try.

  28. I use coconut oil for stir fry, baking, and on my skin. Sometimes I just eat a spoonful – sooooo yummy!

  29. I like using coconut oil as a moisturizer. I would like to start using it in cooking and baking. I tried making kale chips once. I must have done something wrong because they were not yummy, at all.

  30. We love using it for cooking, skin moisturizer, face wash, deodorant base, hair conditioner, and will soon start using it as a baby diaper cream and baby lotion.

  31. And the winner is….. Lynn Paquin!!

    Tropical Traditions will be sending a Gallon of Gold Label Coconut Oil your way! Just message me your shipping address!

    And thank you so much to all of you who took time to enter this giveaway!!

    xoxo

    1. Thank you so much! I e-mailed you my information. πŸ™‚ Can’t wait to get my coconut oil! πŸ˜€

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