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In Search Of Grain Free Chips For Corn Chips

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Some of these might work?

 

http://www.simply7snacks.com/lentil-chips-sea-salt/

 

 

http://www.mediterraneansnackfoods.com/PDFs/MediterraneanSnacks-BakedLentilChips-SeaSalt.pdf

 

http://www.plentils.com/imgs/seasalt-nutrition.jpg

 

 

Also, potato chips?  I had some really thick ones that were made with potato flour not slices.  Let me see if I can remember the kind.

 

 

some others 

 

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Some of these might work?

 

http://www.simply7snacks.com/lentil-chips-sea-salt/

 

 

http://www.mediterraneansnackfoods.com/PDFs/MediterraneanSnacks-BakedLentilChips-SeaSalt.pdf

 

http://www.plentils.com/imgs/seasalt-nutrition.jpg

 

 

Also, potato chips?  I had some really thick ones that were made with potato flour not slices.  Let me see if I can remember the kind.

 

 

some others 

 

http://simplyprotein.com/products

Thanks for the suggestions.  I love Plentils but they used to have rice flour in them.  Didn't realize that they changed their recipe.  

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Thanks for the suggestions.  I love Plentils but they used to have rice flour in them.  Didn't realize that they changed their recipe.  

 

 

I don't know.  Read the ingredients.  Maybe some types will work


 

 

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What about veggies? They are good for dipping.


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What about veggies? They are good for dipping.

Well, what I'm looking for is a base to put the meat and cheeses on.  I used to bake the chips for 5 minutes then top with meat and cheese and bake another 7.  Then top with veggies.  But thanks for the idea. It is a good idea for other dips.

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Ah, Nachos! StIll, you can skip the chips. We make "bowls". Start with beans, layer with meat, cheese and then broil. Add guacamole, sour cream, salsa and lettuce after the cheese melts. Eat with a spoon. It is like eating a burger without a bun -- just wrap it in lettuce. We make pretty good avocado BLTs too without bread or grain. We are on a low carb high fat diet because we also are dealing with diabetes besides celiac disease.


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And if you like ham you can make the "bowls" out of boiled ham or virginia ham slices. Get a large muffin tin and flute the ham into each cup. Then follow cyclinglady's recipe. This works great for breakfast too - flute the ham and then break an egg into each cup. Top with cheese, sauteed mushrooms, crumbled bacon, crumbled sausage, whatever you like. Bake them until the whites are cooked but the yolks are still runny. YUM!


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Ah, Nachos! StIll, you can skip the chips. We make "bowls". Start with beans, layer with meat, cheese and then broil. Add guacamole, sour cream, salsa and lettuce after the cheese melts. Eat with a spoon. It is like eating a burger without a bun -- just wrap it in lettuce. We make pretty good avocado BLTs too without bread or grain. We are on a low carb high fat diet because we also are dealing with diabetes besides celiac disease.

Thanks for the idea!  It sounds great!

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I have seen things on places like pinterest where you use a hard cheese and bake it to make crisps out of them... like parmesean in cupcake pans.  May be something to give you that mouth feel.


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I love cheese chips - learned this from the South Beach Diet years ago.

I use sharp cheddar, sometimes adding in some parmesan.

 

Sprinkle the shreds in 2 - 3 inch circles on parchment paper and put it in the microwave - you'll have to experiment with time, but I usually go 40 - 70 seconds on high.

I usually pat down with a paper towel after, as they can be greasy and let cool a bit to harden more.

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