Recipe: Nacho Cheese Kale Chips

Recipe: Nacho Cheese Kale Chips

 Nacho Cheese Dilemma

I have to admit, I’m a sucker for nacho chips.  There’s just something about the spicy, tangy flavor that makes you want to eat the whole bag!  But traditional chips are full of genetically modified corn, questionable vegetable oils, MSG, corn syrup solids, unpronounceable preservatives and cheez-with-a-Z. They also have absolutely zero nutritional value, which combined with the MSG leaves you feeling hungrier after you eat them than before you started.

Super-Kale to the Rescue

Here’s a fun solution to the nacho-cheese dilemma:  Nacho Cheese Kale Chips.  Kale is packed full of nutrients like calcium, vitamin K, and potassium. It bakes into a light, crispy chip that’s satisfying and fun to eat.  And, these nacho cheese kale chips do share one thing in common with many traditional chips:  There’s no actual cheese in them, so if you’re dairy-free you can eat them with impunity.

Nacho cheese kale chips: So good and so good for you!


Do you have a favorite guilty-pleasure snack food?  Have you found a healthy version of it?


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Hi! I'm Erica Hale and I write about family, faith and food on my blog, These Three Remain. I am thankful (yes, thankful!) for my gluten intolerance, which was the catalyst that led my family of five into a lifestyle of healthy eating and a love of real food. When I'm not busy homeschooling or playing in the kitchen, I enjoy gardening, music, photography, and hiking with my husband. Learn more.

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