My kids love kale chips. Honestly, I can’t believe how much they love them. When we are at the store shopping, my little one will see the kale and ask for kale chips. Not only that, if I tell her I don’t know how to make kale chips she will tell me exactly what to do. At four years old she knows this recipe! Since we go through a lot of kale in our household, I planted quite a bit in my garden. We now will have no shortage of kale chips! My kids can easily eat four cups of kale, once it is in chip form, with a meal. I am sure you will find it equally addicting. They are slightly sweet from the molasses and still earthy with the mustard.
Molasses Mustard Kale Chips
by Lindsay Blogging at Kitchen Musings Today
1 bunch of curly or red kale (yielding 8 cups of torn kale)
2 Tablespoons of Jay D's Louisiana Molasses Mustard, extra for dipping if desired
Optional: Sprinkle of salt
1. Thoroughly wash and dry the kale. Remove the stem (it is very bitter) and tear into chip-like pieces. Place in a large bowl and drizzle the molasses mustard over. Using your hands, massage the dressing into the kale, coating each piece.
2. Lay the kale on dehydrator sheets in a single layer. If using salt, sprinkle a little over the kale. Dry at 135°F for 3 hours or until completely dry and crispy