Easy Keto Tortilla Chips

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Hey Everyone!

These super easy low carb tortilla chips are more of a Keto Snack trick than a recipe.

Simple to make and only take a few minutes of your time. Only one ingredient unless you want to get fancy and add salt and oil.

Low Carb Tortilla Chips recipe Keto gluten free

I wanted to include it on our blog because we think that the Keto Diet should be easy. We know that you are bombarded with complicated recipes every time you search for Keto ideas on Pinterest.

We feel like there should be some simplicity when you are starting out on the Keto Journey and trying to learn how to calculate your macros and figuring out what works best for you, your body and your work/life/diet balance.

If you miss chips & salsa or chips & guacamole/dip than this recipe is for you!

Simple keto tortilla chips

Keto Tortilla Chips are crunchy and hold up to salsa….

One of the biggest complaints that we hear on at least a weekly basis is that Keto Newcomers miss the crunchiness in a lot of Keto Recipes.

We know. We felt the same way.

The old cravings for crispy chips & crackers subsides eventually and becomes something that you only think about once in a while. But in the beginning, those cravings need to be satisfied so that you’ll be more likely to stick with your macros.

It’s part of our mission to help people stick with Keto and provide some truly uncomplicated ideas to curb cravings that would otherwise derail your progress.

The Secret ingredient in Your Keto Tortilla Chips is the Tortilla….

When we first started Keto there weren’t very many low carb tortillas on the market except for these whole grain tortillas made by Santa Fe. And these actually weren’t (still aren’t) available at our little grocery store in the sticks.

We always have gotten these when we went to Costco but since that’s an hour and a half away, we made our own we we ran out. We have a Keto tortilla recipe here if you want to try it.

But honestly, I think in this case…store bought is better. I probably shouldn’t say that. But I feel like you need to hear it.

A lot of Keto Bloggers pretend that they have all of the time in the world to make everything from scratch and that you should try to squeeze it in too.

Nope. Some things that are WORTH the time and effort to make, but homemade Keto Tortillas aren’t one of them.

Many of the store-bought options are just as good (maybe better) than spending time on making and trying to perfect your own.

I’ve used a lot of brands of low carb tortillas. We use them for quick wraps, tacos (my favorite food in the world) burritos and chips when we can squeeze them into our macros.

And, these low carb tortillas are available here if you don’t want to or can’t make it to a local Costco.

Don’t worry about buying extra…they freeze well. We do it all of the time.

Feel free to use your favorite brand. These are just our favorite and the ingredient list is pretty good. Plus they contain a ton of fiber to keep your belly happy.

They’re not quite as inexpensive as others, but they’re worth it. And, I like the size and texture.

Now, don’t get me wrong. Homemade carb filled tortillas are TOTALLY worth the extra time to make your own! The taste is worth the extra time.

And, even the Homemade Keto versions taste great. But they are problematic because of the lack of gluten…they crack (blow out). For special occasions, yes I would make them.

For everyday lunch wraps quick burrito dinners and chips? No. (They take 40 minutes to make).

Low carb tortilla nutrition

The net carbs for one of these tortillas is 6 grams and is a decent sized serving for one person no matter what you are making with them.

I brushed oil and the homemade everything bagel spice recipe you’ll find in this post over these Keto tortilla chips…

Keto Tortilla Chips with everything bagel spice

Most of it fell off and I sat there dipping my finger and licking it off because I couldn’t bear to waste it. Now I only add salt if anything at all. I usually let the dip do the work in terms of providing flavor.

These tortilla chips will stand up to salsa and not get soggy as soon as you dip them. See?

Easy Keto Chips and Salsa

These are great little Keto friendly snacks that you can make fast to tame the crunch cravings but we also have a ton of other snacks to check out here.

If you are looking for :

Dinner & Sides

 Fantastic Desserts Like this….

Keto frosty

Or the ever popular Keto Bread recipes, we have those covered too!

Some are fancy & complicated, some are quick & easy…but we like all of them and hope they help you out on this weight loss, getting healthy so you can stay awesome journey!



Easy Keto Tortilla Chips

Low Carb Tortilla Chips recipe Keto gluten free

The Easiest Keto Tortilla Chips Ever

These are so easy that I almost feel crazy for making a recipe. If it helps anyone out than it'll be worth it though. These only require one ingredient and a few minutes of your time.
5 from 2 votes
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Course Snack
Cuisine Mexican
Servings 1 serving
Calories 100 kcal


toaster oven


  • 1 low carb tortilla


  • Lay the tortilla flat on the rack of the toaster over and bake @ 350F until crispy.
  • Remove and break into chip sized pieces.
  • Enjoy withh salsa, guacamole or low carb dip.


The nutritional information is based on the low carb tortilla brand (Santa Fe from Costco) that I used. Your results may vary with other brands.


Serving: 1tortillaCalories: 100kcalCarbohydrates: 13gProtein: 8gFat: 3.5gSodium: 7mgFiber: 7gNet Carbs: 6gFat Ratio per Serving: 31.5%Protein Ratio per Serving: 32%Carb Ratio per Serving: 24%
Keyword 10 minute snack, Keto chips
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The nutritional information in this recipe is provided as a courtesy. I used Santa Fe brand tortillas from Costco or Amazon. Make sure to check the nutritional info on your tortillas if you use something else.

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  1. Mission just came out with a pea protein tortilla … 3 net carbs, 70 calories! At that I don’t feel guilty eating two. Cut them into six chips before baking. I’m going to be making cauliflower hummus to eat with them.