Landscape Flatlay of Corn-free Tortilla Chips in a tin pan, with a dish of guacamole and limes nearby. The scene is on gray concrete with lime wedges and an avocado.

Corn-free Tortilla Chips

These Corn-free Tortilla Chips are AIP and Paleo! Enjoy the crunch and fun of dipping your chips once again!

Landscape Flatlay of Corn-free Tortilla Chips in a tin pan, with a dish of guacamole and limes nearby.  The scene is on gray concrete with lime wedges and an avocado.
Corn-free Tortilla Chips

When I started eating a healing diet, one which eliminated corn, I was pretty bummed about not having tortilla chips and salsa or guacamole. There were plantain chips on the market, but it just wasn’t the same. And tortillas? Nope, none that I could just buy at the store.

Happily, the world is opening up to people who have dietary issues! There’s even a real tortilla for purchase!

And the angels sang.

Now about those tortillas

I can hear you through your screen saying, “Wendi, where do you find a fully AIP tortilla for purchase???”

OK, friend. Here’s the scoop. These are cassava tortillas made by the company Siete. If you have a Whole Foods Market near you, you may be in luck. They are in the cold case near the salads in my store. They can be purchased on the company’s website, or here on Amazon, but they are mighty expensive. At the time of this writing, you can only purchase 6-packs in multiples of six (36 tortillas) on Amazon for $108! The company’s website is a little cheaper, but it’s the same story – six 6-packs. Maybe one day, the price will lower, or they will sell them individually. BTW these are the same tortillas used in my Tacuba-style Enchiladas in my mini-cookbook, which at $6.97 is way cheaper than those tortillas! 😂

I will say, though, that Siete does have their own brand of grain free tortilla chips that you can use, if you have successfully reintroduced seeds. (They contain chia seeds.)

Closeup of a Corn-free Tortilla Chips with a dab of guacamole, held by someone about to eat it
Corn-free Tortilla Chips Closeup

Serving suggestions

Hmm. I’m pretty sure I don’t need to tell you how to eat chips, but here are some ways to dip:

So here’s hoping you have a store nearby that carries these tortillas, and that enough people buy them that they will become more available. 🤞🏼

I’m wishing you great love and deep healing!

💗,

Wendi

Corn-free Tortilla Chips

Recipe by Wendi’s AIP Kitchen – http://www.wendisaipkitchen.com Course: Appetizers, Treats and SnacksCuisine: AIP, Paleo, MexicanDifficulty: Easy
Servings

2

servings
Prep time

5

minutes
Cooking time

3

minutes

These Corn-free Tortilla Chips are AIP and Paleo! Enjoy the crunch and fun of dipping your chips once again!

Ingredients

Directions

  • Preheat oven broiler to high. Fit a cooking tray with a roasting rack. Place tortilla on rack. Brush with half the olive oil.
  • In a small bowl, mix the rest of the ingredients. Sprinkle with half all over one side of the burrito. (SEE NOTE.)
  • Broil 6″ from the broiler until golden, about 2 minutes. Remove from oven. Flip tortilla with tongs. Brush the other side with oil and sprinkle with remaining seasonings. (Again, see note.) Place back under the broiler until crispy, about 1 minute or less. Watch carefully! Ovens vary.
  • Remove from oven. Let cool. When tortilla is cool enough to handle, break into odd sizes and shapes. Dig in!

Notes

  • Important: There is a lot of seasoning here. You may wish to start with a light hand with the seasonings, and work your way up to an amount of seasoning that is just right for you. The amount I’ve indicated here will yield a pretty salty and seasoned chip!

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2 Comments

  1. They also sell these at Sprouts!

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