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I'm looking for some gluten-free tortilla chips to go with my homemade salsa. Has anyone found some good products?

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Yes, several is a matter of fact. My all time favorite is "Food Shouldn't Be This Good" Lime Tortilla's. Yummy with peach mango salsa.

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I'm looking for some gluten-free tortilla chips to go with my homemade salsa. Has anyone found some good products?

I found the most amazing tortilla chips! They remind me of Chilis thin chips. They are XOCHiTL (so cheel) Totopos de Maiz (corn chips) mexican style. They are all natural, no presvatives, no GMO, no cholestral,no trans fat, no gluten. I found these in my local grocery store in the international foods section. They come in a brown paper bag and are clearly marked gluten free. My son, who loves mexican food, LOVED the nachos I made with these. He said these chips are better than his favorite mexican place. They cost me $3.49 a bag, but so worth it! I was eating the ones from green mountain, which are good, but trust me, these are amazing! I would consider ordering online if I could. I'm usually corn free, but had some of these during the superbowl. I know a lot here eat other brand chips without a problem, these are just the best ones I have eaten in years!

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I found the most amazing tortilla chips! They remind me of Chilis thin chips. They are XOCHiTL (so cheel) Totopos de Maiz (corn chips) mexican style. They are all natural, no presvatives, no GMO, no cholestral,no trans fat, no gluten. I found these in my local grocery store in the international foods section. They come in a brown paper bag and are clearly marked gluten free. My son, who loves mexican food, LOVED the nachos I made with these. He said these chips are better than his favorite mexican place. They cost me $3.49 a bag, but so worth it! I was eating the ones from green mountain, which are good, but trust me, these are amazing! I would consider ordering online if I could. I'm usually corn free, but had some of these during the superbowl. I know a lot here eat other brand chips without a problem, these are just the best ones I have eaten in years!

Those are soo good! Put them on a tray and bake at 350 for a few minutes! Like getting warm chips at a Mexican place!

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Those are soo good! Put them on a tray and bake at 350 for a few minutes! Like getting warm chips at a Mexican place!

We did that with chop chicken, cheese, black olives, fresh chives, avocado...yum! My kids had salsa and sour cream/ ranch. They are really good warm from the oven!

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On the Border chips sold at Sam's club are gluten free, at least that is what the bag says. There are a pretty good chip. There relatively cheap for a very large bag.

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I use TIFCO tortillia chips. They are labelled gluten-free, are trans-fat free, and are multi-coloured so they look pretty. (nice for parties :D)

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