PCOS Diet Salt & Vinegar Kale Chips

by Becky Miller on March 15, 2013

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In an effort to keep to my PCOS diet as closely as possible I had to give a guilty pleasure of mine. Did you know that most salt and vinegar chips contain milk? That was not settling well with my tummy. I decided to try my hand at homemade salt and vinegar chips and bumped up the PCOS diet nutrition by switching a potato for kale. I think you’re going to enjoy the twist on a plain ‘ole kale chip recipes.

Kale is so beneficial to anybody really, but especially women with PCOS. My mom used to tease me because I could force myself to like something if I knew it was nutritionally good for me. Lucky for you, I don’t think you’ll have to force yourself to like these chips, although the PCOS health benefits are pretty appetizing.

Here are just a few reasons why kale is good for PCOS.

  • Improves cholesterol levels
  • Kale is an anti-inflammatory food full of anti-oxidants, which is a common symptom in women with PCOS
  • Its high in vitamin A, C, & K. Good for increasing metabolism, improving skin and protecting your bones.
  • Get a healthy dose of omega-3′s, yes, from kale. One cup is 10% of your daily omega-3 recommendation
  • Kale is loaded with fiber and sulfur, which is wonderful for Spring detox and helping you to feel full
  • Get a healthy dose of magnesium to aid in your digestion
  • This recipe utilizes apple cider vinegar for an added level of PCOS health as it regulates your blood glucose level

The Recipe

1 bunch kale, stemmed and ripped into bite sizes

1 tbsp EVOO

1 1/2 tbsp apple cider vinegar

1/2 tsp salt


Preheat oven to 350 and pour EVOO, vinegar and salt into a self-sealing bag. Place kale in the bag and toss until its all evenly coated.

On a baking sheet, arrange the kale in a single layer. Place the sheet into the oven and bake for 20 minutes, depending on your desired level is crispiness. That’s it, enjoy!

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jeanne March 16, 2013 at 9:19 PM

Would this work with fresh spinach?


Becky Miller March 18, 2013 at 7:19 PM

Sure! I’m imagining that you’re speaking about baby spinach (arugula) that has a leafy shape. Share your success please!


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