Our little garden beds have been overflowing with kale for months now. It is pretty much no credit to myself. I have done nothing special or secret, but have simply planted my tiny little heirloom seeds in soil and watched them GROW!
I have preserved a bunch of kale by blanching, chopping and freezing it. This has been so simple and I know I'll thank myself this fall and winter when I'm dreaming about dinner plans and craving our favorite sausage, kale and potato soup (yes, with lots of cream and spices too!).
But today I took a different approach to putting by our kale... kale chips.
I used this recipe, but there are dozens out there, and it all came together so very easily.
Kale, coconut oil, sea salt and a hot oven. Pretty basic and I even got to use my hands to mix it all together (a true mark of a tasty meal!).
From the garden.
To the mixing bowl.
Drizzled with coconut oil. Sprinkled with sea salt.
To the baking sheet (I filled three large baking sheets this morning... for now!).
To the bowl.