Low carb tortilla chips 

Just because you are headed to Taco Tuesday with friends at the local Mexican restaurant does not mean you have to put corn chips and flour tortilla chips into your body. We all know that corn turns to sugar and is mainly used to fatten animals for slaughter. And wheat and flour can cause lots of issues also! 

I love salsa and so I decided to make my own low-carb tortilla chips out of low-carb lavage bread made by Joseph’s bakery!

It’s so easy! Preheat the oven to 350 and then spray a cookie sheet with non stick spray. Cut the piece of Lavash into chip size pieces as desired. Place them on the cookie sheet like this. 

Then lightly spray the chips so that your seasonings will stick. For use with salsa I just sprinkled a little bit of garlic powder and salt on mine. Bake them until golden brown and be sure and keep a close eye on them as they can burn pretty fast! 

Enjoy!!!! A whole sheet of Lavash is 8 net carbs and 8 grams of fiber and 12 grams of protein! 



Author: Erin Akey

I am a Christian, wife, mother, author, certified nutritionist, kids nutrition specialist, holistic life coach, Personal Fitmess Chef, and Gut Health Educator. I am also a former 350lb food addict who is passionate about healthy living. I am a firm believer in the science and research that proves that sugar fake toxic "Frankenfoods" and excess carbs are the root of most of the illness we see today. Metabolic syndrome is taking over as the leading cause of preventable death in this country. I believe we all need a balanced lifestyle that includes eating well and eating lots of plants and lean proteins as well as moving our bodies and keeping our minds and hearts strong. I also believe in having good quality gut health supplements to provide what our bodies need that we just do not get due to environment and dietary reasons. I truly believe we are raising a generation of kids addicted to sugar and setting them up for a lifetime of disease and advocate limiting sugar and fake processed food consumption in children. Feel free to email me with any questions at erin@erinakeynutrition.com

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