kale chips

Is anyone else exhausted today?!  I’m not sure what it is, but it has been a long day…and I feel so tired!  So, I turned today into my rest day, and skipped my workout.  The thought of getting out of my bed this morning was like torture. 🙂

Brant and I were finally both home at the same time tonight, so we got to make dinner (or I watched Brant make dinner). 🙂  We had some veggies to use up, so he made up a veggie pasta dish and kale chips for us.

Our veggie pasta had the following:

  • 1 green bell pepper
  • 1 head of brocolli
  • 12 spears of asparagus
  • 1/2 red onion
  • 1/2 pound whole wheat shell pasta
  • 1 jar sun-dried tomato basil pasta sauce

Mix it all together and serve sprinkled with parmesan cheese!

On the side, we snacked on some kale chips.  If you haven’t tried them, definitely give them a try!  They are crunchy, salty and delicious (just like real potato chips – kind of…)!

Kale Chips

  • Take some kale, wash it and tear into small pieces

  • Place it on a cookie sheet

  • Spray or drizzle with olive oil

  • Sprinkle with salt and parmesan cheese

  • Place in the oven at 400°F for about 10 minutes, until crispy and browned on the edges.

Enjoy by themselves, or dip in ketchup like I do!  Yum!!

For dessert, I tried a new vegan organic turtle that was sent to me by Futters Nut Butters!  It’s a new treat that they are adding to there already amazing line of nut butters and treats.  It is right up my alley – no butter, no corn syrup, just all natual ingredients!!  Yum yum yum!!

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3 Responses

  1. I love how I feel like I have a new recipe book online when I come to your site. Kale chips, never would I think to make those but they look really good in your picture. Kale is not something I have eaten very much of. Thank you for opening me up to new foods. How fun!

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