Spicy Kale Chip Recipe

If you love chips and salsa like me, this recipe is for you! For some, like me, getting bikini ready can be challenging. I've decided to try out some healthy snack replacements for my usual snacking routine. I love this Spicy Kale Chip Recipe, I found on Martha Stewart's website. You can also watch her step by step video, link below. Enjoy!

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Spicy Kale Chip Recipe:


2 large Kale bundles

2 Tbsp Olive Oil

5 Tsp Sriracha Hot Chili Sauce


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Turn oven on to 300 degrees to Bake.

Mix the Olive oil and Sriracha in a bowl and set aside.

Clean and strip Kale into chip like pieces and throw away the center vein.

Place Kale in a baking dish and with your hands toss the olive oil mixture into the kale.

Lightly salt the Kale and put into your oven for 30-35 minutes.

Every 10 minutes toss the Kale to allow crisping of all edges.

When the time is up, let the Kale cool down on a paper towel to absorb any left over olive oil.

Store in plastic bag. They are good up to 3 days.

My tips-

1. If some Kale pieces seem a little soggy just pop them back in the oven for another 10 minutes or more.

2. Make sure you don't over salt you can always add salt but can't get rid of it after.

3. If you don't want to buy Sriracha, replace it with Ceyenne pepper, Tumeric, or other spices to give it a burst of flavor.

For more direction, watch Martha Stewart's Kale Chip Recipe Video: www.marthastewartkalechiprecipe.com

Hope you give this a try!







Friday Cocktail: Moscow Mule Recipe

Moscow Mules have been our drink of choice all Summer long. This cocktail is not only delicious and refreshing; it’s served in copper mug! If you haven’t already tried this cocktail, we highly suggest you do.  A Moscow mule is made with vodka, ginger beer and lime garnished with a sprig of mint.

Copper Mugs can be found at Napa Style, Williams Sonoma, or Crate & Barrel

Copper Mugs can be found at Napa Style, Williams Sonoma, or Crate & Barrel


·         Ice cubes

·         1/4 cup vodka

·         1 tablespoon fresh lime juice

·         1/2 cup chilled ginger beer (we recommend Bundaberg ginger beer)

·         1 lime wedge

·         Copper Mug  (recommended but not required)


Fill your glass with ice and add fresh lime juice, ginger beer and vodka. Top it off with a lime wedge and/or a spring of mint.


Friday Cocktail: Old Fashioned Recipe

The Old Fashioned is a classic cocktail that everyone should know how to make. It was invented over 130 years ago and recipes can be found using Brandy, Whiskey and Gin. We kept it classic and made ours with Bourbon.

Ice Sphere Molds can be purchased at  Williams-Sonoma

Ice Sphere Molds can be purchased at Williams-Sonoma


1 ice sphere

2 Ounce Bourbon

Orange peel twist

1 Maraschino or Conserved Cherry

1/2 Teaspoon of Sugar

2-4 dashes of Bitters


Start by muddling the sugar and bitters in a short round tumbler. Try to coat the glass with the muddled mixture. Next add the ice sphere and pour the Bourbon over the ice. Top it off with a splash of soda water, a twist of citrus and a cherry.


Friday Cocktail: Salty Dog Recipe

With summer right around the corner and daylight savings time in full effect the
excitement for hosting a party or having your friends over for
cocktails will increase.  Instead of having the same ol’ boring drinks, why
not add a fun twist to your favorite summertime cocktail?

Mason jars are everywhere and can be used in all types of ways. Here we are going to dress one up as the serving glass for a Salty Dog.  Here we show you how to make this classic drink stand out by adding black salt to the rim of the Mason jar and garnishing with a blood orange or grapefruit wedge.  Add a cute straw and sip away.


  • 2 ounces gin
  • 4 ounces grapefruit
  • Black salt for rimming (coarse)
  • Grapefruit wedge for garnish


  1. Rim mason jar with black salt by wetting the edges with your grapefruit wedge and dipping the glass into a plate of black salt.
  2. Fill the Mason jar with ice cubes.
  3. Stir well with a spoon taking care not to spill and remove your salt.
  4. Garnish with a orange wedge.
  5. Add a cute straw.
  6. Sip Away!

Written by Randi Pometta

Photography by Brie Ohlund

Sunday Smoothie: Green Monster Recipe

Today we made the Green Monster Smoothie and the recipe below will tell why we call it that.

Green Monster Ingredients 

1 handful of Spinach

1 handful of Kale

1 handful of  Swiss Chard

1 handful of Arugula

1 Banana

6 raw almonds

1tbsp Chia Seeds

1tbsp Flax Seeds

Smoothie Tip: When making any green smoothie with lots of greens, we add either banana, mango, pineapple, or apple to help sweeten the flavor.


Friday Cocktail: Watermelon Margarita Recipe

We love to take advantage of fresh fruit when crafting cocktails.  This watermelon margarita is perfect for Summer!  We serve it over ice here, but it is delicious blended as well.


Serving suggestion for one drink:

  • 1 1/2 ounces of Silver or Reposado Tequila
  • 1/2 ounces of triple sec 
  • 2 ounces of fresh watermelon juice (strained)
  • Juice of 1/2 of lime
  • Salt
  • Ice



Combine ingredients in a cocktail shaker with ice stir or shake and strain into a glass rimmed with salt and filled with ice.