Kale chips are just one of those things... they're easy, delicious, and kind of time consuming. But, they cost like $4 for a small bag at the store. Come on!
The girls have been into my kale chips lately (YES!). I simply buy a bunch of organic kale at the store (soon to be my garden), wash the leaves, dry the leaves, remove the stems, and cover them in oil, garlic and onion powder, pepper, and salt (after baking). They simply are the best snack. The great thing is that they're beyond versatile. I added my chili lime seasoning to them this afternoon and they were heavenly! Enjoy!
STEPH'S PALEO KALE CHIPS
dairy free, gluten free, grain free, and soy free
Paleo bread. It kind of sounds like an oxymoron, right? I've had my fair share of experiences with paleo bread. Nearly 6 years ago, I was ordering paleo bread from Julian Bakery in California and was paying close to $14 for a loaf. Then, I started surfing the web and came across Danielle Walker's blender bread (which is good, but spongey!), but also expensive because there's close to three cups of raw cashews in it! Matt stumbled upon Tasty's low carb bread recipe a few weeks ago. We made it... it was good, but also looked like this...
The flavor was good, but the bread sunk in the middle. The texture wasn't quite right. I added a few tablespoons of arrowroot powder and a tablespoon of coconut flour in hopes that the gaping hole would soon be remedied. And, it was.
Using La Tourangelle's walnut oil really helps make this bread. Its flavor is so perfect for this recipe. This is a bread for everyday use. It makes great toast, sandwiches, french toast, you name it. Let me know how you like it!
dairy free, grain free, gluten free, sugar free, and soy free