How to make Kale Chips

Here’s an instructional video that I recorded on how to make kale chips because I always eat them and make them for my family and they really enjoy them as well. So, I thought I’d share how I make it. I figured it would be a good CT project to do because videos are great tools of communication and people are always on YouTube trying to learn how to do something new. I used my Samsung Galaxy S4 camera to record the video and I uploaded it to Windows Live Movie Maker and I edited the video for hours. A 12 minute video was cut down to 3+ minutes (it takes a lot of time especially on a slow computer). I’m very proud of finally finishing Lol. Here it is… enjoy :).

11 thoughts on “How to make Kale Chips”

  1. Hey there ashpet love this video! I enjoy watching watching cooking videos and trying new recipes.Thanks for this recipe I’ll be sure to try it one day when I have extra time on my hands !

  2. Kale chips are these any good and will these be a good addition to the weight loss plans i HAve instead of other chips.

    1. Yeahhh, they’re amazing honestly I used to be pretty obsessive over chips in the past and the first time I made them i told my sister “if I had these chips in the past I would have never touched potato chips again” and I haven’t, anything is good in moderation, so yes these are perfect snacks for losing weight it’s a healthy alternative, just don’t bake them too long. They’ll get a burnt taste that you really wont like. 🙂

  3. I think this is a really cool post, I love Kale chips, and now I know how to make them. I think your right when you said “videos are a great tool of communication.” I think they are too, its much easier to watch a tutorial like this, while your doing or making something yourself, rather than reading a recipe from a cook book. all your hard work and editing didn’t go to waste. You Tube would be a great place to put your videos, like my mom always says you can learn anything off of You Tube.

    1. Thankss 🙂 it really is a good tool, and kale chips are amazing (you can practically turn any leafy vegetable into a chip if you really think about it). I put the video up on YouTube as well. I’m currently editing another. I find it really fun! and it’s true you can learn anyyythhing on YouTube.

  4. I’ve also been looking forward to making one more shooting project for ct101, and I must say this was done really well. It shows like you put a lot of effort into the editing process.

    I like the fact you cut away the parts of the video to what you considered the most important, which really the best practice in communications with video; getting to the meat of the deal.

    On a side note, how long do the Kale Chips last? Do they spoil?

    1. Lol thank you!! I put my leftovers in a ziploc bag and I kept it in the pantry and I gradually ate it all in the course of a week and a half and they were just as good as the first day.

  5. I’ve always been curious of how kale chips taste like, this makes me want to try one soon! And also this inspired me to post about my bruschetta on top of my homemade pasta!

  6. Nice work on the video! Detailed and simple enough for me to actually start on. I may just start making Kale Chips since I’ll be moving out of my home and I need some healthy things to make. I’m not the most healthy person that’s foro ne. Overall, good job and I hope to see more CT project videos like this! 🙂

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