2 out of my 3 kids loved these. My oldest hated them, but I think he must just be a crazy teenager because they were good! My middle loved the BROWNEST ones (I would have called them slightly burned, but he might have stopped eating them) and my daughter liked the crispy but less brown ones. Adults preferred the "still pretty green" ones with a slight bit of chew left in 'em - we got all varieties on each pan. BTW - we used kosher salt (not seasoned) and tossed it all in a bowl to coat evenly. They were all gone in 20 minutes. I got a tip from someone that the leaves need to be completely dry before starting the prep work or they will end up mushy. I still can't believe we even tried this recipe, (thanks CSA for forcing us to go home with kale) but glad we did. Do not listen to people who say "they are EXACTLY like potato chips!". As good as these are, the taste in not the same; don't believe the hype. They ARE however, an excellent alternative (I think I might actually prefer these, but I don't want to admit that yet!) Thanks for posting!
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2 out of my 3 kids loved these. My oldest hated them, but I think he must just be a crazy...