Best Low Carb Chips
Lowrey’s Bacon Curls Microwave Pork Rinds 1 Net Carbs
Pork rinds are a great low-carb option when you're in the mood for a savory snack with a crunch. They also have a decent amount of protein in them as well. While pork rinds bought in a bag are good, these microwavable pork rinds take it to a whole other level.
These pork rinds are one of our favorite low-carb snacks. When they come out of the microwave they are nice and hot and are literally popping. If you haven't tried fresh, hot pork rinds, you haven't tried pork rinds.
This tasty snack is great on it's own and pairs well with lots of dip. French onion dip is our favorite dip to pair with this flavor of pork rinds.
Quest Original Style Protein Chips 4 Net Carbs
If chips are your go to snack but you hate that they're always jam packed with carbs, Quest's protein chips are a great alternative. These are the only low-carb chips that I've tried that have the consistency of an actual chip.
There are currently 5 flavors available; Sour Cream & Onion, Nacho Cheese, Cheddar & Sour Cream, BBQ and Ranch. We've tried all of the flavors except the Ranch and they're all amazing. One thing to mention about the Ranch flavor is that it's the first tortilla style chip they've released. I think I smell some low-carb nachos in my future!
Wholesome Provisions Muscle Chips 5 Net Carbs
Packed with protein, these keto friendly, low-carb chips will help to curb your appetite. These chips don't quite have the texture of a traditional tortilla chip. It's more pita chip like. But it does have a good crunchy, consistency making it not only great for dipping in hummus and other dips but also works is a great base for nachos.
In the mood for a sweet snack? Melt some butter in the microwave and then use a baking brush to coat the chips. Once the chips are coated, sprinkle a little cinnamon over them for a sweet afternoon treat!
When you're dying for chips, don't be fooled by brands that claim that their product is "skinny" "gluten free" "low fat" or "low calorie" and assume it means that it's low-carb too. More often than not products advertised with those claims tend to be carb heavy.
Advertising as low-fat and gluten free yet clocking in at a whopping 15 grams of net carbs per serving, Popchips is a great example of this. So when you're trying to be carb conscious there are many other chip options available that will help keep you on track while satisfying your cravings too.
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