Corn-Free Tortilla Chips (Low Carb)
These Corn-Free Tortillas Chips are crunchy almond flour tortilla chips flavored with anti-inflammatory spices, turmeric, and garlic.
They are perfectly healthy nachos chips to dip into this keto guacamole.
Plus, the recipe is keto, vegan, gluten-free, grain-free, and paleo, so you can share them at your next party with everyone.
What Are Corn-Free Tortilla Chips?
Corn-free chips are similar to the classic corn tortilla chips but made with alternative grain-free flours.
These corn-free tortillas are perfect for people on a low-carb diet or if you dislike or are allergic to corn.
How To Make Corn-Free Chips
Store-bought corn-free tortilla chips are expensive and can be difficult to find in the supermarket.
That is why you should make your own corn-free tortillas chips at home!
I already shared with you my 4-ingredient almond flour tortillas chips recipe.
This is a different corn-free recipe version, made of a combo of healthy keto flours for an even more nourishing tortillas chips recipe.
- Almond Flour – fine almond flour is always the best. An almond meal will work, but the color of the chips will be darker. Learn how to pick your grain-free flours.
- Coconut Flour – make sure you are using fresh coconut flour with no lumps for precision.
- Ground Flaxseed Meal
- Psyllium Husk – the whole husk is the best, don’t use Metamucil fiber supplement in this recipe. This is not the same product as whole psyllium husk fiber. Metamucil is a husk powder that is not suitable for baking keto bread. It will turn food dry, purple, or blue.
- Water – make sure you use lukewarm tap water.
- Olive oil or any seed or nut oil you like – almond oil, avocado oil, etc.
Making Corn-Free Tortilla Batter
There are a few tricks to make those grain-free chips as golden as corn chips.
First, make sure you are using a golden flaxseed meal to enhance the golden color of your chips.
Then, watch the baking time closely.
If you overbake the chips, they will get brown. Finally, try a different source of husk, some brand turns food blue/purple.
There are plenty of delicious dips to serve with those grain-free tortillas chips. The best low carb dipping sauces are:
- Simple avocado dip – creamy flavorsome guacamole made with few ingredients.
- Spinach Avocado dip – a dairy-free creamy cold spinach dip.
- Roasted eggplant dip – also known as baba ghanoush is a delicious, colorful keto dip.
- Keto salsa
You can store these corn-free tortillas for up to 2 weeks in the pantry, in a glass mason jar, or airtight container.
They will soften with time like store-bought chips. Simply pop them in a hot oven at 300°F (150°C) for a few minutes to give their crispiness back!
Don’t forget to share a picture of your keto tortillas chips creation with me on Instagram if you make them!
Posted In:Clean EatingDairy freeEgg-FreeGluten freeKetoPaleoVeganVegetarianAlmond FlourCoconut FlourFlaxseed MealPsyllium HuskBakingMake AheadDairy-FreeEgg-FreeGluten-FreeGrain-FreeKetoLow-CarbPaleoVeganVegetarianAppetizerSnackIntermediateUnder 30 Minutes
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