Paleo Tortilla Chips, 3.3 out of 5 based on 20 ratings
VN:F [1.9.22_1171]
Primal Prim-O-Meter
Rating: 3.3/5 (20 votes cast)

Paleo Tortilla Chips

These chips are perfect along side homemade salsa, guacamole or ourĀ Paleo Ceviche!

Paleo Tortilla Chips

Prep time 5 minutes
Cook time 10 minutes
Total time 15 minutes
Allergy Egg, Tree Nuts
Dietary Diabetic, Gluten Free, Vegetarian
Meal type Appetizer, Snack
Website Primal Primos

Ingredients

  • 2 cups almond flour
  • 2 medium egg whites
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon cumin

Directions

Step 1 Preheat oven to 350 degrees
Step 2 Combine flour, spices and egg whites in a bowl.
Step 3 When a loose dough forms, place between two large sheets of parchment paper and roll thin with rolling pin.
Step 4 Using a knife or even better, a pizza cutter, cut dough into the triangles (typical tortilla chip shape).
Step 5 Bake in oven for 10 minutes, or until chips become golden brown and delicious.
VN:F [1.9.22_1171]
Primal Prim-O-Meter
Rating: 3.3/5 (20 votes cast)
Tagged with →  
Share →
Buffer

20 Responses to Paleo Tortilla Chips

  1. Awesome recipe! Just made myself a batch of Paleo chips and they came out perfect!

  2. Robert Brewster says:

    Finally! An easy way to make tortilla soup paleo friendly.

  3. Louie Farah says:

    Ya! That would actually be a great use.

  4. Mary Juett says:

    Tried these, and I think I rolled them too thick…need to go a bit thinner. Next time I'm going to separate the dough into 2 balls before rolling it out so it doesn't get quite so thick. Also, for me 10 min was way too long at the thicker size, so I'll be cutting it down to 5 min at a thinner roll out. Here's to experimenting :) Thanks for a great recipe to get me started! Tortilla chips are one of my weaknesses…with guacamole or salsa…yum!

  5. Karen Ethier says:

    I'm wondering if the picture is one you actually took of these chips. Mine do not look like your picture. But tasty and satisfying!

    • Karen Ethier says:

      Oh, and I prefer mine fried in coconut oil. Not sure if frying is okay on a strict paleo diet but I guess we all need to 'diverge' once in a while and if it's coconut oil that makes me feel like I'm diverging – well, that isn't so bad.

  6. Ciara Ballash says:

    I'm kind of wondering the same thing myself…mine came out like almond flour naturally does…not light and flaky. More like dense and crunchy. Either way, they held almost no flavor..kind of disappointed in this recipe

  7. Ciara Ballash says:

    I'm kind of wondering the same thing myself…mine came out like almond flour naturally does…not light and flaky. More like dense and crunchy. Either way, they held almost no flavor..kind of disappointed in this recipe

  8. Ciara Ballash says:

    I'm kind of wondering the same thing myself…mine came out like almond flour naturally does…not light and flaky. More like dense and crunchy. Either way, they held almost no flavor..kind of disappointed in this recipe

  9. Ciara Ballash says:

    I'm kind of wondering the same thing myself…mine came out like almond flour naturally does…not light and flaky. More like dense and crunchy. Either way, they held almost no flavor..kind of disappointed in this recipe

  10. Ciara Ballash says:

    I'm kind of wondering the same thing myself…mine came out like almond flour naturally does…not light and flaky. More like dense and crunchy. Either way, they held almost no flavor..kind of disappointed in this recipe

  11. Tressa Shapp says:

    Yum!

  12. Tressa Shapp says:

    Yum!

  13. Tressa Shapp says:

    Yum!

  14. Tressa Shapp says:

    Yum!

  15. Carolyn LeClair says:

    I'm only able to find Almond Flour/meal. Is it the same thing? I live in a very small city so it's hard to find lots of the things I see for these recipes.

  16. Claire Watt says:

    yes, its exactly what it is. in fact calling it almond flour is simply incorrect, you cannot get a flour from a nut, flour comes from wheat products, what they really mean is the almond meal. if you find that hard to get or expensive just buy your own almonds and put them in your food processor with the cutting "S" shaped blade. for a more earthy meal leave the skins on the nuts, for a more white "flour like" blend buy blanched almonds. simply :) hope i have helped.

  17. Melissa Metzcar Cooney says:

    Mine looked nothing like this and tasted blech…what am i doing wrong? First time I rolled it out it was so huge to make them thin. (oh! and they stuck right to the parchment paper). So I switched to non-stick foil and used two smaller balls which made it easier to make thinner "chips" but they just look like smooth flat almond flour – nothing like this picture. I had such high hopes as tortilla chips are my all time favorite snack. :(

  18. Lydia Craven says:

    Karen Ethier Maybe instead of frying in coconut oil, after baking for about 5-7 minutes, turn off the oven and turn the broiler on high? Only thing I can think of. I'm gonna try these tomorrow and see how they go.

  19. Lydia Craven says:

    Karen Ethier Maybe instead of frying in coconut oil, after baking for about 5-7 minutes, turn off the oven and turn the broiler on high? Only thing I can think of. I'm gonna try these tomorrow and see how they go.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>