Last week, my friend Baily gave me an Instagram shout out when she posted a picture of her first batch of homemade kale chips. You see, I coached her through the process a bit, using my blog archives as a reference. It was nerdy to the nth degree.
But nerdy-ness aside, it was then I
spent a few brief moments in nostalgia-land daydreaming about my old kitchen realized that I hadn’t made kale chips since last year. Waiting the appropriate amount of time before re-blogging about a dish is a food blogger’s dilemma. A dilemma that often results in forgetting about said dish completely.
I decided to ditch the sriracha this time around and bake seasoned kale chips, which was totally an excuse to browse the local spices at Whole Foods. I landed on this Wildly Natural One because the list of ingredients immediately induced a drool situation.
Because these chips didn’t have the added sriracha moisture, they only needed to bake for about 17 minutes before they were super, super crispy. And the Wildly Natural One seasoning was amazing. It gave the chips that little extra something that made you think they were store-bought. De-lish!