21. Baked Cheese Crisps
Cheese crisps are a popular snack for people on a low-carb diet because they are easy to make and contain no carbs. All you need to make these carb free chips is some of your favorite cheese that has been thinly sliced or grated, and the trick to keeping them thin and crunchy is to only put a small amount of cheese in each crisp. Fresh herbs or salt can be added for extra flavor, and these cheese crisps taste great with savory dips.
22. Low Carb Avocado Crisps
Avocado is typically eaten raw, but they can actually be baked to make a tasty crisp that is much firmer than the average cheese crisp. In order to get the right crunchy texture for these crisps, it is important to include grated hard cheese, which holds the avocado in place as it bakes. Savory spreads like goat cheese work best with these crisps, but they are surprisingly delicious when topped with sweet strawberries or tomatoes.
23. Baked Broccoli Chips
While broccoli florets are used in a variety of meals, broccoli stems often get thrown out instead of eaten. However, these tough vegetables become soft and sweet when baked, so this recipe is a great way to use up any leftover broccoli stems.. To make these low-carb vegetables chips, broccoli stems are sliced into thin rounds, and a crispy low carb panko breading is added for extra crunchiness. They are then baked in the oven to make a yummy and healthy snack.
24. Homemade Taro Chips
Taro is a starchy vegetable widely used throughout Asia and Africa, and it is far lower in carbs than other starchy root vegetables. Taro has a lot of vitamin B-6 in it, making it perfect for the nutritionally conscious person. These chips just take twenty minutes to cook, and the high starch content of taro makes the chips crunchy and brown. To get maximum crunch, be certain to slice them as thin as possible.
25. Baked Rosemary Beet Chips
The sweet flavor of beets means that they are often used to make sugary snacks, but they actually taste delicious when paired with hearty rosemary and sea salt. In this recipe for low-carb chips, the beets are baked at a high temperature, so they do not develop that earthy flavor that makes some people dislike beets. As long as too much olive oil is not added, this recipe makes incredibly tasty low-carb chips that are also low in calories.
26. Brussels Sprouts Chips
Most people hate brussels sprouts because of nasty childhood memories of sad, boiled, overcooked sprouts. However, when they are roasted in the oven, brussels sprouts have a mild, nutty, and slightly sweet flavor that is absolutely delicious. To make these chips, the individual leaves are peeled off of the sprouts and tossed with spices, ensuring that each bite is packed with salty flavor. They make a great snack that can be enjoyed at any time, and they are incredibly easy to cook.
27. Baked Tofu Chips
The typically low-carb chips recipe just involves thinly slicing vegetables and roasting them in the oven. This recipe really stands out because it actually uses tofu to make chips, and once the tofu is baked, it becomes firm and crunchy instead of soft and slimy. Make sure you press the tofu before slicing it because it will not get crispy if there is still extra moisture in the block. Though the recipe calls for a basic seasoning, more spices can be added to make these protein-packed low-carb chips even more flavorful.
28. Eggplant Chips With Cilantro Pesto
Eggplant is often pureed to make a dip for chips, but this recipe makes the chips themselves from the eggplant. To make sure that the eggplant is crunchy instead of soggy, it is important to salt the eggplant and let it sit for an hour while the salt pulls excess moisture out of the vegetable. The accompanying cilantro pesto dip is a fresh update on classic pesto, and it is especially yummy when eaten with freshly baked eggplant chips.
29. Oven Baked Zucchini Chips
This recipe coats extra thin zucchini slices in a mix of breadcrumbs and parmesan cheese for extra flavor and crackle. The secret to making sure that every side of the chip is crispy is placing them on a wire rack while they are baking. Not only does this recipe make chips that are low inc alories, but they are also low enough in fat to satisfy even the most conscientious dieter. You can substitute the bread crumbs for almond meal to make the recipe even lower in carbs.
30. Cheese Kale Chips
Basic kale chips get a yummy upgrade with the addition of a cheesy coating. Though they taste deliciously cheesy, this low-carb chips recipe is actually completely vegan, dairy free, and gluten free. The secret to adding such a delicious flavor to the no carb chips while keeping them vegan is a mix of nutritional yeast and ground cashews. Not only is kale packed with vitamins, but the nutritional yeast is also a great source of B vitamins, protein, and iron.