Low Carb Lime Tortilla Chip Recipe


Stacy, over at Stacy Makes Cents is sharing her yummy homemade Caesar Salad Dressing recipe today.

Here are my top 3 posts from last week:

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Trim Healthy Tuesdays

Raspberry Cheesecake Rollups with Cinnamon Sugar

Trim Healthy Tuesdays

Sugar Free Chocolate Syrup

Trim Healthy Tuesdays

Beef with Cabbage

The post from last week with the most visits was this one

This Week's Menu

This Week’s Menu

And now for this weeks Trim Healthy Tuesday Posts!

Please see updated posting guidelines below the linky.
Thanks so much for joining Stacy & I on Trim Healthy Tuesdays!

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  1. kimi @ seethebluesky says

    Looks great! I’d just be worried I would want to eat the whole pack of pitas!
    And thanks for the blog love!

    • Its_Gwen says

      Can you give me a hint? I checked it, but am not sure what I’m looking for. :) You can send me a message if you have a concern…anytime!

  2. breaduh says

    Made these tonight…used lemon instead of lime, because that’s what I had. And the second batch :), I replaced half of the salt with Creole seasoning for a little spice. Delicious! Thanks for sharing!

  3. J Guarino says

    Thank you for the idea/how to make home lime tortilla chips. When I make homemade tortilla chips, everyone likes them. We all like the lime chips so I am sure that we will all like homemade lime chips. I have no idea of how I came upon your blog today; but your story about the thyroid issue was quite interesting. I am hypothyroid so I was drawn to read the information you provided.

    • says

      Sure! :) Easy as can be: smash an avocado, squeeze in the juice of one lime, and salt to taste. SO amazing!

      If you like, you can add cilantro and shopped garlic, but the lime and avocado are perfect together even without them.

  4. says

    The one thing I miss the most since THM is chips and salsa! I’m looking forward to making these! I’ve never seen ‘true lime’, but I’ll be sure to look for it.


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