A quick and easy recipe for keto kale chips.
If you are interested in a keto diet, you probably know that kale is one of the top veggies on this program. Kale is highly nutritious and there are lots of ways you can have it: raw, cooked, sweet, salty and …what not.
Today I’m sharing with you my favorite and extremely simple kale recipe: keto kale chips. The whole recipe has only three ingredients and a few simple steps. Within 50-60 minutes you will have a huge bowl of keto kale chips that are both delicious and very low in calories.
Keto kale chips are one of these snacks that you can eat without guilt and in huge amounts. They are also great both as an addition to a bigger meal to make you feel really full or to help you meet your veggie requirements for the day.
|Weight (before baking)||Protein||Fat||Net Carbs||Calories|
|KALE||150 g||5.6 g||1.1 g||4.2 g||66 kcal|
|COCONUT OIL||15 g||0 g||15 g||0 g||135 kcal|
|TOTALS||165 g||5.6 g||16.1 g||4.2 g||201 kcal|
TOTAL CALORIES: 201 kcal
PROTEIN: 5.6 g
FAT: 16.1 g
NET CARBS: 4.2 g
Preheat the oven to 300 °F (150 °C). Remember to turn on the hot air circulation so that your chips bake evenly.
Cut kale leaves into smaller pieces and spread them onto the baking tray.
Measure about 15 g (0.5 oz) of coconut oil and apply it onto raw kale leaves.
Sprinkle your chips with Himalayan or sea salt.
Place the tray with raw kale chips into the oven.
Bake your kale chips for some 10-15 minutes.
Open the oven and mix your chips. Make sure they are baking evenly and not getting burnt.
Reduce the temperature to 212 °F (100 °C) and bake for another 10-15 minutes.
Open the oven. Mix your kale chips again.
This time reduce the temperature to 122 °F (50 °C) and let the kale chips bake for another 10-15 minutes.
You can turn off the oven and remove the chips once they totally dry up and become crunchy.
Don't add too much coconut oil because your kale chips may not dry up totally. They are the most tasty just after baking. If you want to eat them later, put them in a bag and don't let moisture get into it. Remember that your kale chips will shrink so you will have about 50% of the raw product.
I’m doing my best to create and share as many delicious keto recipes as possible. More and more such recipes are coming. Don’t forget to tell me how the keto kale chips turned out for you and if you like it.
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