This salty-sweet snack could be a great way to get some nutrient-rich vegetables into your diet. You can limit the salt if you prefer. Kids seem to really enjoy these 'crisps' too!
WOW! I found it to be fabulous and very unique! The only thing I changed was to use Sugar Free, no calorie maple syrup. I will be serving it at a BBQ on Monday and can't wait for people's reactions when they learn it is kale. - 23 May 2012 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
I can't believe the low stars. For the person who had too sticky and too sweet, are you sure you measured right? Or did you use processed syrup, not real maple? We made these and after they cooled for a minute, they were flaky crisp, with a slightly sweet taste, mixed in with a touch of salt. I combine the oil and the syrup and after pouring on the mixture, I mixed and scrunched the kale together on the baking sheet to achieve an even coating. A surprisingly HUGE hit even for my healthy food "neigh-sayers." - 17 Jul 2012 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
Yummy! The only problem is that the directions are a bit vague. Be sure to rub each leaf with oil to evenly crisp during baking. You should do the same with the maple syrup. - 21 Oct 2012 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)