Kale chips are so 2013, right? But even if you think that kale has jumped the shark, I’ve got just the thing to bring you back on board: cannabis kale chips.
Kale provides an element of trendy clean eating; salt and fat provide a satisfying snacky aspect; and cannabis makes these chips extra-enjoyable and fun to share with friends.
Oh, and they’re incredibly easy to make! Provided you have a bunch of kale, some cannabutter and salt, you could be snacking on these babies in less than 20 minutes.
1 bunch kale (see recipe notes), washed and completely dried
What’s the dosage? I “dosed” this recipe with 1 teaspoon of cannabutter per serving (3 teaspoons = 1 tablespoon). The strength of your finished product will depend on many factors, including the type of marijuana you used and how you made your cannabutter.
What type of kale should I use? You can use any type of kale for this recipe. I prefer curly kale because you get lots of crunchy bits on the finished chips.
What are some cannabutter alternatives? For this recipe, I actually used cannabis coconut oil. You could use traditional cannabutter or cannabis olive oil as well.
What added spices can I use? On a different batch of these chips (not pictured), I added chili powder and grated parmesan cheese. Both additions were good decisions. Add whatever spices or flavorings you like to these chips; experiment and see what you like best!
This recipe is courtesy of The Fresh Toast, a lifestyle/entertainment site with a side of cannabis. For related recipes, news, lifestyle and pop culture, visit The Fresh Toast.