While I do not have a lot of time to watch TV, my favourite past time is and has been since I was a kid, is watching cooking shows. It blooms inspiration. My kids love watching some of the cooking shows to now especially the ones that feature kids!
Recently I watched a show called The Chew and Dolvett Quince was a guest on the show. He’s a celebrity trainer with at the time of this post, a book called the 3-1-2-1 Diet.
While on The Chew he made a skirt steak and spinach chips. Kale chips are not my favourite thing, but I was very intrigued by these spinach chips. When you work from home, it’s always good to plan ahead as far as the snacks go. Or you could end up snacking all day on the wrong foods while you work. Same with working in an office although planning ahead is a little easier when you make and take a lunch to work!
When making these spinach chips, use only a little of your favourite spice. I like to add hot chili flakes. Once cooked they melt in your mouth. One of two kids liked them. Time to try them again.
- 1 bag fresh spinach, pre washed
- Pam cooking spray
- salt & pepper
- spice blend
- 2 whole almonds
- Preheat oven to 300.
- Line baking sheet with parchment paper.
- Place spinach in one layer on parchment paper. Spray with pam. Sprinkle on salt, pepper and your favourite spice. Grate almonds on top.
- Place in oven and bake for 15 minutes or until crispy.
- Serve immediately.