I found an awesome recipe in Vegetarian Mag. I'm actually making some today! It's not exactly kale chips, but it's supposed to come out crispy. You lightly cover the kale in olive oil. You put it on a cookie sheet and bake at 325 for 15 minutes, then turn the kale and bake for another 15. You sprinkle a little salt on them when it comes out! Hope that helps!
Set the oven at 350 Take one bundh of torn kale (thick stems removed) Drizzle with olive oil and then toss. Dust with salt and nutritional yeast and toss again. Lay flat on a cookie sheet and bake for 12-15 minutes.
I haven't actually made this yet, but did have it copied down from the site so I could:) Hope you like it!
Burnt mine and was too salty . . . and I still ate 1/4 of the batch. Luckily I only made a small batch to try them out. I'd like to add that the other day I accidently made leek chips, just the green parts. They were so good and so I added some to the kale and they were good too. Well the not crispy black ones. I guess today was one of those HOT days for my oven.
Thanks for posting this I look forward to doing it again.
I have tried the kale this way, but it comes out sort of oily for me. Another way to fix it is in a dehydrator. Toss with a touch of lemon juice and nutritional yeast and then dehydrate for about 6 hours or until crisp. These do not get soggy, just store in a covered container. Whole Foods sells them this way. I get the nutritional yeast in the bins at Whole Foods.