3 Ingredient Kale Chips

I can eat a whole bag of kale in approximately 10 minutes if it’s made into chips lol. 3 Ingredient Kale Chips are one of my all-time favourite snacks and take 10 minutes to make. Whenever you are craving something salty but crunchy, please give these a try. You will need:

3 ingredient kale chips by the modern nonna 3 ingredient kale chips

3 Ingredient Kale Chips

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I can eat a whole bag of kale in approximately 10 minutes if it’s made into chips lol. Kale chips are one of my all time favourite snacks and take 10 minutes to make. Whenever you are craving something salty but crunchy, please give these a try. You will need:
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Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 2 mins
Servings 2

Ingredients
  

  • 6-7 kale leaves — or as much as you like
  • small drizzle of olive oil or avocado oil spray — just enough to lightly coat each leaf no more than a tablespoon of olive oil
  • small sprinkle of salt — do not over-do it you can always add more
  • grated parm on top or nutritional yeast is option

Instructions
 

  • Cut the rib off the kale or use my hack in my video below by taking any tongs that have a loop at the end, put the loop through the rib and pull forward to remove the leaves.
  • Wash and dry the kale and rip into smaller if you desire.
  • Coat in a touch of olive oil and a sprinkle of salt. In a single layer in the air-fryer ( or oven method in my notes ) air-fry them at 370F for 4-5 minutes.
  • Add a touch of parm on top and enjoy

Notes

Do not add too much salt or you will ruin them completely. Just a small pinch as you can always add more saltiness after they are done. Use a light hand when you coat the dry kale leaves with olive oil or avocado oil. You don’t want to drench them or they’ll never crisp up. Do not over-bake or over air-fry them, when it comes to kale brown equals bitter. If baking use a larger baking sheet so each kale leaf can lie flat in a single layer. Bake or air-fry it in batches if you need to. Bake at 300F for 20-30 minutes depending on the oven or until crispy and the edges start to brown but are not burnt.
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