Traveling poses serious challenges and temptations when your goal is to remain sugar-free.
The trick to remaining sugar-free when out and about is coming prepared with your own snacks. I try to prepare simple and delicious foods that are easily stored and eaten for traveling. One of my favorites is Kale Chips!
They are so easy to make and easy to pack. They’re perfect for long drives or flights. They aren’t too messy (only a little crumbly) and very easy to eat. They keep my feeling really good and light and then – when I want to indulge at that famous bakery or popular dessert, I can do so with enjoyment, knowing that I’ve been eating well. I hope you enjoy these!
Homemade Kale Chips
1 bunch Kale
Salt and Pepper
Thoroughly wash your kale. Rip or cut into large bite size pieces. Lay dry kale pieces on parchment lined baking sheet and lightly drizzle with olive oil. Sprinkle with pink or sea salt. Bake at 300 degrees for 20-25 minutes.