31. Spiced Low Carb Snack Chips
When sliced into chips, coconut meat has a thick, crunchy texture that makes it work perfectly as a chip. To get the perfect texture, roast the coconut in a skillet before spreading them in a single layer to cool. The mix of cinnamon and salt creates a salty and sweet combination that works well with the coconut flavor, and the taste is absolutely addicting. These low-carb chips can be eaten alone, used to scoop up dip, or sprinkled on top of dishes for added flavor and texture.
32. Move Over Kale Chips
Kale chips are a favorite for anyone trying to find low-carb foods, but kale is not the only leafy green vegetable that can be cooked with this technique. Swiss chard is far lower in calories, and it has more magnesium than a serving of kale. To make sure that the carb free chips are completely crispy, flip them over halfway through baking, and be sure to remove the thick stem before baking the carb free chips.
33. Pineapple Chips N’ Dip
This recipe is the perfect way to satisfy a sweet tooth without consuming processed sugar. To make the perfect fruity chip, it is necessary to coat them in lemon juice and then dehydrate them instead of baking them. When first removed from the dehydrator, they may seem chewy still, but they will crisp up as they cool. This recipe also is accompanied with two different avocado based dips. One has a spicy curry flavor, while the other is naturally creamy and sweet.
34. Maple Cinnamon Parsnip Chips
Since parsnips have a naturally sweet flavor, they work well with slightly sugary recipes. These low-carb chips can be sliced with a mandoline slicer to make them extra thin and crunchy. This recipe uses maple syrup and cinnamon to complement the flavor of the low-carb parsnip chips, and a pinch of salt adds more depth to the flavor. To keep the chips crispy longer, the recipe recommends that you store them with some uncooked rice in an airtight container.
35. Crispy Curried Turnip Chips
Not only does this recipe provide perfectly baked turnip chips, but it also has a fun, Indian-inspired flavor due to the cumin and coriander seasoning. Turnips are a great source of vitamin C and Vitamin B-6, so these are healthy and delicious low calorie chips. To get them as crispy as possible, be sure to slice the turnips thinly, evenly coat the turnip slices with olive oil, and bake them on a wire rack instead of a tray.
36. Radish Chips
These chips are the perfect option when you are craving a greasy, salty snack that is still low in carbohydrates. The firm texture of radishes guarantees that the carb-free chips will be crispy, and they are so low in calories that the chips barely have any calories even after being deep fried.To make sure that the radishes are completely cooked through, this recipe recommends boiling them before deep frying them to add some crunch.
37. Crispy Mushroom Chips
Mushrooms have a naturally meaty, savory flavor that makes these carb free chips even more flavorful than traditional potato chips, and gently brushing the mushrooms with melted butter provides flavor without making them too oily. The shape of king oyster mushrooms makes them a little tricky to slice thinly, so using a mandoline slicer is a big help. To keep them from getting soggy, thoroughly dry the mushroom slices and lay them in a single layer on a sheet of parchment paper.
38. Baked Parmesan Cheese Crisps
This recipe adds grated zucchini and carrots to parmesan cheese to make a lighter, lower calorie version of cheese crisps. The cheese adds some protein to the recipe, while the vegetables are a great source of vitamin C and vitamin A. These low-calorie chips bake quickly in the oven, and they are delicious when eaten with dips. The recipe will also work with shredded, dairy-free cheese substitutes, so vegans can also enjoy trying out this tasty snack.
39. Spiced Apple Chips
Apple chips can be found in most health food stores, but they are incredibly easy to make and taste far better when made from scratch. To make them, all you have to do is slice apples, sprinkle them with a spice mixture, spread them out on a tray, and bake them in the oven. Any variety of apple will work, but the tart sweetness of MacIntosh apples works particularly well when made into carb-free chips.
40. Low Carb Asparagus Fries
This recipe for making breaded, baked asparagus fries is completely carb free and absolutely delicious. The secret to making a breading that contains absolutely no carbs is to crush pork rinds into a fine powder. Not only is it free of carbohydrates, but the pork rinds also add a tasty, smoky flavor to the fries. These crunchy, salty asparagus fries are especially yummy when served with a sour cream dip on the side.
41. Garlic Rosemary Baked Sweet Potato Chips
This recipe stands out from a sea of sweet potato low-carb chips recipes due to its unique flavors. Instead of sugary honey and cinnamon toppings, these low-carb chips are seasoned with a tasty and refreshing mix of garlic, fresh rosemary, and coarsely ground sea salt. To get the chips crunchy without being browned in spots, it is important to slice them extra thin and put the tray of chips on the center rack of the oven.
42. Kohlrabi Chips
Kohlrabi is actually a form of cabbage, but this vegetable has a sweet flavor and a crispy texture. Just one cup of kohlrabi has 70 percent of the daily recommended amount of vitamin C, so you can eat these chips without feeling guilty. Since it is so high in fiber, kohlrabi is extremely low in carbohydrates and calories. When following this recipe, be sure to rotate the baking sheet as the low calorie chips bake so that all of the chips cook evenly.
This recipe is ideal for people who want chips without any carbs, and the salty, crunchy little slices of meat are an absolutely delicious way to get a bit of extra protein during your day. Proscuitto is the ideal choice for making porkitos because it is thinly sliced and not extremely fatty. These no carb chips are so tasty that many people actually prefer them to potato chips. In addition to being eaten by themselves, porkitos make a great topping for soups and salads.
44. Carrot and Parsnip Fries
A blend of carrots and parsnips makes these oven baked fries tasty and unique, and the mildly sweet flavors of the two root vegetables complement each other well. The carrots are a great source of vitamin A, and the parsnips have high levels of Potassium and vitamin C. To get them crispy on all sides, stir the sliced vegetables a few times as they cook. They are especially tasty when served with some sour cream and freshly chopped parsley.
45. Kale Chips
Kale chips have become so popular that pre-prepared versions are available in many stores. However, these chips are so easy to make and taste so good when fresh that it is fun and simple to make them at home. Kale is known for being nutritious, so it is no surprise that just one cup of Kale has 130 percent of the daily recommended amount of vitamin C. The vinegar in this recipe helps to keep the leaves from being tough, and it gives the chips a tangy flavor that is reminiscent of salt and vinegar potato chips.
46. Snap Pea Chips
Since they grow so fast, many gardeners end up with an excess amount of sugar snap peas, and this recipe is an ideal way to use them up by turning them into no carb chips. Though a dehydrator makes them perfectly crispy, these chips are just as good when baked on a low temperature in the oven. The nutritional yeast and spices used in this recipe add a cheesy flavor while still being vegan, gluten-free, and carb-free.
47. Almond Butter Cabbage Chips
The combination of almond butter and cabbage might seem bizarre, but the two ingredients pair together surprisingly well. To make this recipe, all you have to do is season pieces of cabbage and then dehydrate them. When dehydrated, the sweet flavors of cabbage become more noticeable, and the almond butter creates a Thai-inspired flavor when paired with coconut and fish sauce. These low-carb chips are a great way to enjoy a snack packed with protein and fiber.
48. Zucchini Nachos
These nachos are one of the tastiest low-carb chips recipes that is also completely meatless. The recipe starts with zucchinis that are thinly sliced and baked until crisp. Next, they are topped with crumbled black bean veggie burger patties and plenty of delicious shredded cheddar cheese. Though it can be eaten as a snack, this low-carb chips recipe is hearty enough to be a completely filling meal.
49. Carrot Chips
Carrots are always a great addition to any meal, since they contain so much vitamin C, vitamin A, and fiber. Most low carb recipes that include carrots use them in crisps or fries, but they actually make fantastic chips when sliced into rounds. Try to find particularly large carrots so that your chips are a substantial size. To get them perfectly crispy, line your baking tray with parchment paper before putting the chips onto the tray.
50. Paleo Dipping Chips
While there are plenty of great recipes for paleo friendly dips, it is harder to find low-carb chips recipes that work well as a dipping chip. This recipe is specifically created to be firm enough to scoop up thick dips without snapping in half, and the flavor is mild enough to work with a variety of different dips. Almond flour makes a protein rich base for this chip, and then it is seasoned with just a hint of cumin, chili powder, and lime juice.