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Healthy Corn Chips

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Serves 8 as a snack

Who doesn’t love a handful of corny corn chips? This healthy low fat corn chip recipe gives you all the Mexican flavour without any of the high fat guilt. Ariba!
Per serve: 364kj (86.7cals); 1g total fat (0.2g saturated fat); 1.7g fibre


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You’ll need

310g corn tortillas
Oil spray
Onion or garlic powder

Let’s go

Heat oven to 180°c and line 2 oven trays with baking paper. Cut up each tortilla like you would a pizza, into chip sized triangles and lay out on trays. Spray lightly with oil spray and sprinkle with a little onion powder.  Bake in the oven for 15-20 minutes or until crispy.

Let them cool on the trays for 5 minutes to realise their full crispiness.

Make as a snack or use them to make Healthy Nachos.

Other chippy options:
•    Sprinkle with a little chilli powder for spicy chips
•    Sprinkle a little taco seasoning for an extra tex mex explosion
•    Sprinkle with Cajun spice for a creole kick
•    Finely grate over a little low fat cheddar for cheesy chips

Why they’re good for you
Corn chips taste wonderful but are high in fat and salt. Whilst they’re fine every now and then, when you love corn chips as much as we do in our house you want them more often. Try making this healthy corn chip recipe and you just may never go back.
Moodie Foodie’s Healthy Corn Chips per serving: 364kj (86.7cals); 1g total fat (0.2g saturated fat); 10.6mg sodium; 1.7g fibre
Traditional plain corn chips per serving: 869kj (207cals); 11.2g total fat (1.4g saturated fat); 244mg sodium; 2.1g fibre

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