If you did not have a chance to download this last year, you can use this link to download a fee copy of Jules Shepard's "Back to School with Jules" e-Book! Hurry, this will not be free forever! It is full of great tips to make going back to school much easier for those who must avoid gluten! There are even some dairy free alternatives.
Gluten & Dairy Free Garlic Herb Kale Chips
Kale Chips are all the rage in the world of health enthusiasts. They are a great way to eat your greens, very simple to make and naturally gluten and dairy free. There are tons of kale chip recipes out there, but if you are looking for something light and crispy with a lovely garlicky herb flavor, give this one a try.
To make this recipe, all you need is some olive oil, sea salt, and Mrs. Dash Garlic Herb Seasoning (GF by the way :). Preheat your oven to 350 degrees and line a cookie sheet with foil or parchment paper. First, you need to wash about 1/2 of a bunch of kale and remove the stems. Next, cut or tear the kale into chip-sized pieces. Make sure that the pieces are a decent size because they will shrivel in the oven. Now you need to dry the kale EXTREMELY well. I used a salad spinner, and then removed the excess moisture with paper towels. Place the kale on the cookie sheet and drizzle 1 -2 tablespoons of olive oil on the kale. Sprinkle with the Mrs Dash and the sea salt. I used about 1/2 teaspoon of the salt (I'm not a huge salt fan, but you can add more if it suits you). Stir the kale or mix with your hands so that the oil and seasoning are evenly dispersed. Bake for 10-15 minutes. Check them after ten minutes because they can burn easily. You know that they are done when you shake the pan and they move around freely.
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