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I can attest to Kale Chips being fantastic. When I make them they don't last more than a couple hours, if that! I just buy the bags of prewashed kale, and put them in a large bowl and sprinkle with olive oil and sea salt or Himalayan salt. Then I bake at 375 for about 20 min, but checking periodically after 10 min. Be sure to pull the ribs out of the kale, as those aren't great for kale chips.
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roasted red pepper hummus and veggies for dipping. delicious.
Jillian Michaels recommended cottage cheese mixed with chopped walnuts and cinnamon. I found it to be surprisingly tasty and very filling.
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I saw a recipe for Kale chips. I think all you do is clean the Kale, sprinkle or spray some olive oil on it and bake for 12-14 minutes, then sprinkle with sea salt. I haven't personally tried it yet, but I hope to soon.
You might want to google whole food recipes and see what sites you can find. I will try to pull together some of the sites I have used and get back with you. I know that Primal and Paleo eating styles use no processed sugars or grains in their eating... you might wish to check into that type of eating style for ideas for snacks. Just a suggestion.
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How about nuts, or veggies with hummus?
I need low sugar (natural sugar of course) snack suggestions.
I'm trying to stay away from high sugar fruits, honey, yogurt.. Etc.
Any help would be appreciated :)
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