In the Kitchen
Honeysuckle creator Dzung Lewis strives to inspire young women to use food and lifestyle choices to develop creativity...View the Recipe
Unlike processed potato chips fried in cheap vegetable oils, here’s a cool example of when “chips” coated in oil are actually good for your health.
First, we start with kale. (Nutrition-wise, we’re already many steps ahead.)
Then, add cold-pressed, extra-virgin olive oil. Quality EVOO is made up of heart-healthy fats and is filled with antioxidants.
The kicker: The fat can even help your body absorb some of kale’s fat-soluble vitamins like A, E, and K. EVOO and greens: a match made in heaven.
WHY WE LOVE THIS RECIPE
Kale is a rock star of the produce aisle, even if its popularity has gotten a little played out. Turn it into chips and you’ve got an extra way to eat it—as a snack. It may also be a way to get your kids into the leafy green, if you call it “chips” and emphasize the salty crunch.