Kale Chips with Flax Seeds Recipe

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Today’s guest post recipe is courtesy of Pereg. Pereg’s wide selection of exotic whole grains, pastas, and seasonings perks up your table as well as your health. Fresh and all-natural, they are verified non-GMO and certified kosher; many products are vegan and gluten-free. Pereg never uses MSG or food coloring.

The following recipe is gluten-free and makes 2-4 servings.

Kale Chips with Flax Seeds Recipe

Kale Chips with Flax Seeds Recipe

2 tablespoons Flax Seeds
1 bunch dinosaur kale (about 5 packed cups), removed from stems
1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
2 teaspoons Pereg’s Burger Spice Mix

Preheat oven to 300 degrees F.

Process flax seeds in a spice grinder to get a fine ground.

Using your fingers, massage to kale leaves with oil to help break down the chewiness. Then sprinkle with flax and Pereg Burger Spice Mix.

Roast in a single layer on 1-2 foil lined cookie sheets for 30 minutes or until slightly browned and crispy. Remove and serve when cool.

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  1. I have tried to like kale, I really have. In soups it is OK, but plain, well, I cant get into it. I have never made kale chips. Maybe something with some spice will hide the taste. I might try this.

  2. We have made Kale chips for snacks for the grandkids but haven’t done it lately. I think a bit of spice would be good in them.

  3. Susan Hartman says:

    Being diabetic I’m always looking for healthy snacks. I’ve made kale chips before but I’m curious about the burger seasoning and flax seeds.

  4. We eat Kale often in our home, but I have never had or made Kale chips. My understanding is they are very tasty and healthy. However, I didn’t know until I read this article that it is so easy to make Kale chips. I am going to try this and I have a good feeling that my children will enjoy.

  5. I have had kale in soups and salads but never in chip form this sounds so good and so healthy. Thank you for sharing this recipe I really want to try this and I need to cut out the regular chips that I eat.

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