For many, a packet of crisps is a staple snack at lunchtime. However, we all know they’re not healthy. As well as being high in calories and unsaturated fat, the frying process produces a possibly cancer-causing chemical known as acrylamide.
Good: Baked kale crisps
If it’s something satisfyingly crispy and salty you’re after, take 30 minutes out of your evening to bake some kale crisps. Kale is known as a super-food because it is rich in nutrients including fibre, vitamin A, calcium, vitamin A and vitamin K. Take a handful of kale, season with salt and paprika, dip in extra virgin olive oil and cook them in the oven for 25 minutes. The result will be a healthy, moreish and satisfying...