This extremely easy-to-make snack is Paleo, Whole30, and AIP-compliant and can be whipped up in 10 minutes.

One of the easiest Paleo snacks to make are toasted coconut chips. Literally all you need is a pan, a stove, and some coconut chips. You can adorn them with all sorts of spices to vary the flavor and from start to finish creating the snack takes somewhere around 10 minutes. And then they are crunchy, crispy, and satisfying to boot.

How to make toasted coconut chips - tutorial and recipe by Thriving on Paleo

Here is a quick (40 seconds!), no-speaking video on how I make it:

You can also make these in the oven, but I don’t prefer that way since it’s waaaay too easy to get sidetracked and burn them. They seriously go from toasty to burned in a minute. So since I am the queen of distraction in the kitchen I like the pan toasting method better, though you can still burn these as well if you go and start cutting up veggies for dinner and baking some muffins for tomorrow’s snacks, etc. So moral of the story, stay rather attentive to these. Set a timer if you do have to step away so that you can have a reminder to check on them.

How to make toasted coconut chips - tutorial and recipe by Thriving on Paleo

Some flavor combos I love are:

  • Just Cinnamon
  • Just Curry
  • Just Sea Salt
  • Salt and a splash of Apple Cider Vinegar
  • Cinnamon and Coconut Sugar (I like to grind the coconut sugar a bit with a coffee grinder to make it a bit more powdery so that it sticks better)
  • Pumpkin Spice flavor (did you hear that Primal Palate has now come out with a sweet spice pack including Pumpkin Pie Spice, Apple Pie Spice and Cinnamon Sugar Cookie ? Their spices are ah-MAZ-ing and I'm so excited for these that I cannot wait to get my grubby hands on the!! Definitely going to try them all out for these coconut chips)

Primal Palate Spices Sweet Pack

You can add a small amount of coconut oil, like 1/2-1 tsp in when you add your spices to help the spices adhere to the chips a bit more, but I hardly ever find this necessary.

These are also Autoimmune Paleo friendly but just watch what spices you add to it to make sure you remain AIP-friendly.

How to make toasted coconut chips - tutorial and recipe by Thriving on Paleo

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How to make toasted coconut chips - tutorial and recipe by Thriving on Paleo

Toasted Coconut Chips

  • Author: Michele Spring
  • Prep Time: 5 min
  • Cook Time: 10 minutes
  • Total Time: 10 minutes
  • Category: Snack
  • Method: Stove
  • Cuisine: American

Description

This extremely easy-to-make snack is Paleo, Whole30, and AIP-compliant and can be whipped up in 10 minutes.


Ingredients

  • Coconut Chips
  • Any Desired Spices

Instructions

  1. Heat a non-stick pan over medium heat.
  2. Pour a layer of coconut chips into the pan. Let it sit there for about 3 minutes.
  3. Start to stir occasionally until the chips are browned. Make sure you don't leave the pan unattended when the chips start to brown as they can go from toasted to burnt in a very short time.
  4. Turn the heat off and add your desired spices. Stir.

Notes

You can add a small amount of coconut oil (like 1/2 tsp – 1 tsp) if desired to help the spices stick a bit more.


Nutrition

  • Serving Size: 1/4 cup

Keywords: Paleo, Whole30, AIP, Autoimmune Paleo, simple, easy, quick

This post was included in Phoenix Helix's AIP Recipe Roundtable # 91.

 

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How to make toasted coconut chips - tutorial and recipe by Thriving on Paleo
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