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Prep Time
10
Cook Time
15
Servings
2
Main IngredientHemp

Hemp Kale Chips

Hemp Kale Chips are a guilt-free savory snack full of crunch, flavor and nutrients. What makes these kale chips different is the addition of hemp oil and hempseeds, creating a delicious flavor combination.

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees
  2. Cover a 16×12 baking sheet with tinfoil
  3. Pull apart leaves from the kale to desired “chip” size, making sure they are all approximately the same size and place in a large bowl
  4. Add the Hemp Seed Oil to the kale and mix together by hand
  5. Spread kale chips out on the baking sheet, and sprinkle with the Hemp Seeds and salt
  6. Bake for 10-12 minutes

Hempseed Kale Chips www.nutiva.com
Hemp Kale Chips are a guilt-free savory snack full of crunch, flavor and nutrients. What makes these kale chips different is the addition of hemp oil and hempseeds, creating a delicious flavor combination.

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  1. I stopped using aluminum (tin) foil after reading that it can result in our consuming toxic aluminum when used in the oven or on the grill.
    “Used cold, Hemp Seed Oil can be added to smoothies, salad dressings, pesto or other sauces or dips, or drizzle over pasta, soup, vegetables, etc. Hemp Seed Oil can withstand some heat but it should be heated at a low heat for a short amount of time.” I copied and pasted this from an article on the Nutiva website. I wouldn’t say that 400 degrees is a low temperature. It’s a short time period, but the temperature is very high.

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