Kale Chips: A Healthier Form of Chips
Whether you eat them on a casual day at home or serve them at a party, you can guarantee that almost anyone will enjoy munching on chips. Unfortunately, most chips nowadays are made with genetically engineered (GE) ingredients and mixed with trans fats and other artificial components.
Fortunately, you can still get your fix of delicious and crunchy chips without the health risks. This Simple and Crunchy Kale Chips Recipe, shows you that there’s more to kale than just salads and smoothies. With the right spices, you can transform ordinary kale into chips that are sure to pack a flavorful crunch (pun intended).
Potato chips are a favorite snack for many people in the United States. While they are a popular choice for parties or even during a casual day at home, potato chips aren’t always healthy snacks. When the cravings for a crunchy snack kick in, kale chips in coconut oil can be a healthy alternative to satisfy those snacking cravings. For more information, please feel free to ask Dr. Jimenez or contact us at (915) 850-0900.
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