Kale is one of the most SUPER of the superfoods. If you think spinach is good for you, wait until you check out the stats on kale! With about 3 times the calcium, almost 4 times the vitamin A and 9 times the vitamin C per cup compared to spinach, kale is a nutritional powerhouse. We had tons of it in our garden so I started making kale chips regularly. These chips are strangely crispy and addictive, but how can you mind, especially knowing how healthy kale is! I decided to kick my kale chips up a bit with a barbecue version. My kids really like barbecue chips when we visit friends (I don’t buy them mostly because I would probably devour them, and they are a nutritional zero!) I thought they might enjoy this version, so I gave it a try. A basic kale chip recipe is seasoned with a BBQ seasoning mix at the end of roasting. If you don’t like barbecue, you can make them plain by just seasoning lightly with salt. Make sure that you watch the chips closely after the first 7 minutes of baking, as they can go from done to burnt pretty quickly. Most varieties of kale will work but I prefer to use Dinosaur (also called "Tuscan") kale, as it cooks more evenly.