We made Southwestern Kale Chips in preschool cooking class this week! These healthy, salty snacks were a hit!
Kale is not only loaded with vitamins, it also is rich in fiber and protein. Kale chips are super easy to make and not only make a great snack but are perfect to use as a substitute to normal potato chips during summer barbecues. There salty and crunchy and you can for sure
feel better about eating a ton of them!!
Among the 40+ 4 and 3 year olds I teach most ended up having seconds and thirds! So be sure to give them a try! It's so awesome to see little ones trying new foods and learning healthy eating habits at a young age!
Kale leaves (I bought pre chopped kale but let the kids help remove the stems)
Olive Oil cooking spray
Taco Seasoning (you can omit this, just gave these ones an extra kick!)
Preheat over to 375. After washing, chopping and removing stems from the kale spread out on a large baking sheet. Spray heavily with oil. Sprinkle seasonings on top. Bake for 5 min. Watch them closely, take them out when they start to look crunchy!