This recipe is what rescued me from my cravings for crunchy, salty, savory.  Sweet potato chips don’t work for that – they are too sweet.  I love them for other things!  But not for savory.

These are extremely reminiscent of corn chips.  In fact, I would not hesitate to serve these to anyone – they are just so crispy and fabulous.

The recipe is actually not an original of mine – it is one that I played with (AIP Buttery Pita Chips).

Click here to see the recipe by Martine Partridge over at Eat, Heal, Thrive
and check out her other awesome recipes!

Use the subs that I have mentioned below to make them into corn chips/crackers.

  • Sub the baking soda for AIP Baking Power – click here for a recipe if you need one.  (For some reason I liked this flavor better and they don’t need to rise much…)
  • Roll the dough between two pieces of parchment paper – and get it pretty thin.
  • Bake for more like 10 minutes – but until they are a very light golden brown.
  • Break into pieces after they cool for a minute.  If you can wait that long!
  • Serve with AIP Guacamole for an AMAZING corn chip replacement.

YUM!!

*Shared on Paleo AIP Recipe Roundtable. 🙂