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Courteney Cox’s 3-Ingredient Keto Tortilla Chips Are Our New Favorite Healthy Snack

She's been embracing her inner Monica Gellar a lot lately.

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Courteney Cox famously played a chef for 10 years on Friends, but she’s recently been showing off her own real-life culinary skills on social media. In her latest video, the actress whipped up some super simple keto tortilla chips that look absolutely scrumptious.

Cox credits healthy food blogger Arman Liew of the Big Man’s World for her go-to keto mozzarella chips recipe. It calls for just three ingredients: two cups of shredded mozzarella, one cup of blanched almond flour, and whatever spices you want. She went with garlic powder, onion powder, and paprika for hers.

In the clip, she starts by melting the cheese in the microwave for about 90 seconds and mixes that in with the flour to create a dough. She then sprinkles in the spices before kneading it together. Once it’s combined, she plops the dough down on a large sheet of parchment paper, adds another sheet on top, and rolls it out until it’s about a fourth of an inch thick.

Cox uses a pizza cutter to slice it into triangles, but any sharp knife should do the trick. After that, she bakes them at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for about 12 to 15 minutes, or until they’re a nice golden brown around the edges. Take a look below to see how crispy and yummy they turned out for her!

Other deliciously easy recipes Cox has tackled recently include the “quickest chicken bolognese,” which she appears to enjoy with keto-friendly zoodles, and a classic cacio e pepe with gluten-free rice pasta. She’s clearly a fan of putting a healthy spin on Italian cuisine!

Cox also shared a silly twist on traditional California sushi rolls with something she calls an “Alabama roll” — sliced deli turkey, Havarti cheese, Fritos chips, mayo, mustard, and avocado all rolled up together.

We aren’t sure Monica Gellar would ever serve that up at one of her restaurants, but it sounds pretty tasty to us! And we’ll totally be keeping an eye out for more of Courteney Cox’s cooking tips.

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