Tortilla & Corn Chips
No fiesta is complete without a bag (or two) of tortilla chips. This snack is an anytime staple and perfect for dipping into salsa and guacamole. But when did something so simple become so complicated? Well, if you take a trip down the snack aisle at the grocery store you’ll see the dilemma: chips galore. Which is best? Which bags are made from the highest quality ingredients? Which ones achieve a perfect crunch? These are all important questions, and to answer them, we tasted our way through all the top brands and landed on the selection you see today. No matter which option you choose, you can reach snack nirvana with just one bite.
How to Make Baked Tortilla Chips
Obviously, popping open a bag of tortilla chips is the simplest way to enjoy this snack staple, but you’d probably be surprised to learn that it’s easier than you might think to make your own. It’ll truly take your guacamole eating habits to new heights. Start with a stack of corn tortillas, cut them into 8 wedges. Arrange the sliced tortillas in a single layer on a baking sheet and bake in a 350°F oven for about 7 minutes, or until slightly golden.
Top Corn Tortilla Chips Brands
Snap to it! These brands have mastered the perfect crunch.
Ranch, Fuego, Nacho … Is your mouth watering yet? These are just a few of the flavor combinations Siete has packed into its bag of tortilla chips. Every snack is grain-free, too, which accommodates a variety of diets.
We’re pretty proud of our new grain-free tortilla chips. We added them to our Thrive Market Goods shop because, according to our Director, “our members asked for more paleo and gluten-free snacking options.” Problem solved!
When the founder of Late July had a pregnancy craving, she turned her hunger pangs into a full-fledged snack company. Their tortilla chips are top notch and come in a range of great flavors like Bacon Habanero and Nacho Chipotle.
Best Corn Tortilla Chips
Pick up a bag or try all three—these tortilla chips will become fast favorites.
Thrive Market Non-GMO Blue Corn Tortilla Chips
Made from stone-ground, non-GMO blue corn, every chip is cooked in expeller-pressed vegetable oils and then sprinkled with a hint of sea salt. The naturally nutty flavor pairs wonderfully with fresh salsas.
Late July Clasico Bacon Habanero Tortilla Chips
Can you handle the heat? If the answer is yes, you need a bag of these fiery tortilla chips from Late July. Made with non-GMO ingredients like garlic powder, onion powder, smoke flavor, and the kicker, habanero pepper powder, these chips are hot! Cool things down with a dunk in sour cream or Greek yogurt dip.
Organic Corn Tortilla Chips
It’s easy to go organic in the snack department—try one of these tortilla chip bags on for size.
Late July Organic Sea Salt Tortilla Chips
If thin and crispy is your style, grab a bag of these Late July tortilla chips made with non-GMO ingredients like ground corn, sunflower oil, and salt.
Way Better Simply Sweet Potato Corn Tortilla Chips
Packed with wholesome ingredients like quinoa and chia seeds, these chips are a bit more wholesome than average. Serve them with black bean dip, guacamole, or eat them straight from the bag.
The Real Coconut Original Coconut Flour Tortilla Chips
If you can’t tolerate corn, you can still enjoy corn-inspired tortilla chips. This snack is made with coconut flour and is free of gluten, grains, and dairy. These chips also don’t have any refined sugar. Win-win!
More Snack Ideas From Thrive Market
If snack time is your jam, we hear you. Here are our best ideas for that sacred time of day, plus extra tortilla chip inspiration, too.
Introducing Thrive Market Tortilla Chips
No fiesta is complete without tortilla chips. Try our new bags that are gluten-free, grain-free, and paleo-friendly.
Paleo Snacks for Every Day of the Week
Don’t let boredom derail your paleo plan. This post is filled with 64 snacks that are perfect for noshing anytime, like dried fruit, pork rinds, nut butter, and veggie chips.
How to Make Gluten-Free Migas
When your tortilla chips are just on the verge of turning stale, that’s when you make migas. This gluten-free Spanish dish is made from simple ingredients like eggs, tomato sauce, black beans, and tortilla chips, of course.