Pepperoni Chips


I miss chips, I’m not going to lie and say I love everything about eating low carb. Pork Rinds are a good alternative, but they need to come out with some new flavors! I can’t take all the credit for this recipe, I saw it on Pinterest and thought “now why didn’t I think of that?”. These are a little spicy and crunchy which gives you the impression of a chip. Totally dipable and satisfying! The original recipe had them cooking in the microwave but I had my oven on today so I baked them.

What you need;
Pepperoni slices (as many as you want)

How to make;
Line a baking sheet with foil and lay pepperoni in a single layer on the tray. Bake at 400 for 6 minutes, they can go from perfectly crisp to burnt really fast so keep an eye on them (trust me I burned my first batch). Drain on a papertowel and enjoy plain or with any dip. I’ve tried them with my Kicked Up Queso recipe and Ranch Dip, both delicious!



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I decided to start a blog because I am a natural “sharer”. I love to share ideas, recipes, thoughts and opinions with everyone I know. I am a working mother with two busy toddlers. I enjoy finding ways to save money and be thrifty. I’m a coupon clipper, sale shopper and DIY enthusiast. I love to cook, decorate, craft and try new things. I'm a Pinterest addict! I love to make homemade gifts and I make and sell Infinity Scarves in my Etsy Store. I recently started a new business, I partnered with two world renowned Doctor's to help people achieve the best skin of their life. I’m just a regular gal who enjoys spending time with her family and friends, traveling, cooking, decorating, crafting, helping people and trying new things. I hope you enjoy my blog and maybe pick up a few tips or learn something new. You never know when “simple” can turn into “something”.

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  2. These are fantastic! Thanks for sharing this recipe. One question…if you don’t eat the whole batch, how do you recommend storing these to keep their crispiness?


    • Hi Erin, thanks for your comment. I store them in a plastic zip top bag in my pantry.   Kelsey Davies Office Manager – RE/MAX Best Choice Executive Consultant – Rodan + Fields 636-208-5178

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  3. I do this but I use parchment paper and I take string cheese and slice it thin and put 1 or 2 pieces on the pepperoni and bake it.


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