It’s no wonder this leafy green has taken the main stage over the years. It’s tasty, really nutritious and very versatile in the kitchen. Only a half cup serving has 18 calories and its full of nutrients ranging from vitamin A to zinc. We were skeptical about kale chips but decided to give them a try. Remove large pieces and tough stems from a bunch of kale then toss the pieces in olive oil and your favorite seasonings from Mrs. Dash. Bake the kale in a 300F degree oven for 10 minutes, rotate the pan and bake for another 12-15 minutes until crispy. Enjoy them immediately to maximize the crunchiness of this tasty snack.
Melons come in all kinds of shapes and sizes and they are full of healthy nutrients. Watermelon is a good source of lycopene that can also be found in tomatoes that help protect against some cancers and cell damage. Surprisingly low in calorie, you won’t miss your candy when snacking on these fruits as the high water content keeps you full and your sweet tooth satisfied.