Easy Keto Pita Chips (no frying!)
These EASY Keto Pita Chips are the perfect low carb chip for dipping and scooping!
It's not a secret that I'm a sucker for snacks that crunch. I've been known to throw down a bag of pretzels or cheese puffs in one sitting, and while that's nothing to be proud of, I do believe it gives me some authority when it comes to crunchy chip-like snacks. My verdict is that these are delicious.
These gluten free pita chips are perfect for scooping up dips like Charred Eggplant Dip (great recipe coming soon, like tomorrow soon), french onion dip, spinach and artichoke dip, or even a low-carb hummus. They also make a great keto tortilla chip or even used as corn tortillas would be for tacos! Greek tacos anyone??
Let's get to the ins and outs of the recipe:
What are the ingredients in Keto Pita Chips?
All of the ingredients in these keto pita chips are low-carb of course and perfect for a keto diet. They are also grain free.
Can I just use almond flour or just use coconut flour?
Nope, the combo of flours is what makes these pita chips have the structure they do. To swap one out would need different ratios for the other ingredients like water and egg in the recipe. As always, feel free to experiment and leave your results in the comments below for other folks to see!
Can I double the batch?
Or triple, or quadruple. Yes, totally feel free to scale the size here. For the second step, you'll need to switch from baking the chips in the cast iron skillet to baking them on a sheet pan since they all won't fit into the skillet if you scale.
Can I make actual pita bread with this recipe instead of chips?
Sure thing! Make the pita bread as normal then in the second step only bake the bread for 15 or so minutes until it's hardened just a bit but is still flexible enough for folding or tearing.
This also makes wonderful garlic bread, just melt a bit of butter or olive oil with garlic powder and brush over the bread or chips in the last few minutes of baking.
What is the nutritional information for these low-carb pita chips?
As always, you can find the full nutritional breakdown including the carb count (total carbs and net carbs) at the bottom of the recipe card. You can find the serving size/yield at the top of the recipe card. You should always double-check your specific ingredients as different brand's ingredients may have different values.