This Corn Tortilla Corn Chips recipe was inspired by Amelia’s Plant-Based Nutrition Certification program. Nearly all store-bought corn chips are highly processed and made with oil, and they’re not very healthy.
Organic, oil-free corn tortillas, on the other hand, have very few ingredients, are not highly processed, and contain no oil.
In addition to the health benefits, homemade corn tortilla corn chips are also a LOT cheaper! A package of Whole Foods 365 Everyday Value® Organic Corn Tortillas contains 12 tortillas and only costs between $1 and $2 depending on where you live.
That’s enough tortillas to make an entire bag of corn chips for less than a third of the cost of a pre-made bag of corn chips. And the only ingredients are Organic Whole Corn, Water and a Trace of Lime.
These corn chips are a bit thicker than most of the store bought brands, so they’re also more filling and don’t break off in your dip. Just be sure to cook them long enough or they’ll come out chewy instead of crispy, but don’t overcook them or they’ll burn.
Enjoy them with Grandpa’s Vegan Dipping Hot Sauce.
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