Kale for Kids? Really?
We were so lucky this week to have a recipe from a great website called I heart scratch. This site was new to me, but when I went on there I was so inspired! It’s a site dedicated to cooking from scratch, and has some great healthy recipes, including loads of desserts and sweets, as well as mains – all that you can make from scratch using healthy ingredients. It also tells you why the “processed” version of the foods is bad. I was so inspired by this site I went to task buying a load of healthy food this week. Problem was I am not sure the kids wanted to follow me on my journey………
Armed with a beautiful bunch of kale I set out to make i heart scratch’s Curry Roasted Kale Chips. On the recipe it said her kids loved it, so I thought I would give it a go – although with a bit of scepticism. To my delight and surprise my kids loved it! It was delicious and only slightly spicy with curry flavour ( you could of course add more if you wanted), and they turned out really light and crispy.
The full recipe is on her site and I suggest you check it out but here are my snapshots. I used olive oil instead of coconut oil as that’s what I had and it worked fine. Also the recipe called for cooking for 4o mins on a low heat. I had to crank it up a bit as we were going out and I didn’t have 40 mins.
Thanks I heart scratch – it will be a regular around here! Also a huge thanks for your recipe for our site this week – Gluten Free Panforte.
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