How to make thin crispy keto chips | Keto vegan gluten-free


These potato chips-like snacks are so delicious and easy to make. Transforming the super easy “Heavenly Fries” recipe into these crunchy crispy treats. “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.”

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“Heavenly Fries” French fries recipe:

150g ground almonds plus 25g coconut flour
(or 200g ground almonds)
(or 100g coconut flour)
5-6 teaspoons Xanthan gum
10-12 tablespoons hot water (as needed)
Food processor with a slicer attachement

1. Mix all ingredients together and form a dough (see Keto French fries recipes:

2. Shape the dough into a loaf that can fit through the “feeder” part of your food processor (where you feed in cucumber for slicing, for instance). Wrap the dough and freeze it 5-6 hours or overnight.

3. Take the dough out of the freezer and leave it to rest at room temperature for 10-15mins. Feed the dough through the food processor with a slicer attachment to create chip-like thin slices.

4. Fry in oil till golden brown and crispy. Or brush both sides of the chips with oil and bake in 180-190°C (350-375°F) pre-heated oven for 15-20mins (10mins on one side, flip and bake for further 5-10mins)

5. Sprinkle some salt or seasoning to taste. Enjoy!






  1. Yet for many this is poison. I have to avoid calcium Oxalate. So in my opinion,your advice is dangerous. Are you a qualified nutritionist? If not,maybe you shouldn't make all these claims. Understand there are many dietary requirements for many different people.
    Just wait for the onslaught of Kidney problems caused by your lack of care/information!

  2. Thank you for your amazing videos, Heavenly Friend. I'm a bit confused about the quantities of flours in this one: you talk about 25g coco and 150g almonds, and later about a 1:3 ratio… but 25 & 150 are in fact a 1:6 ratio (1/7 coco, 6/7 almond). Is 1/6 the correct ratio, or should it be in fact 50g coco instead of 25g? (or 75g almonds ?)

  3. Wow how delicious…. I can’t wait to try this out. You made a fantastic yummy dish, all of us can enjoy guilt. Thank you. You are a excellent YouTuber and, so are your teaching skills. You are so easy to understand and learn from. Thank you! Share this video with everyone you know