Seedy and Cheesy Tuiles (Vegan + GF)

Looking for crispy chips to enjoy with guacamole or hummus? I have got you covered! Introducing Seedy and Cheesy Tuiles!

These chips are thin and crispy with a delicate cheesy flavor, plus they come with roasted sunflower seeds and pine nuts. Let’s do it!

Seedy and Cheesy Tuiles (Vegan + GF)

The batter is easy. You start by whisking together rice flour, tapioca flour, and flax seeds. Then, for flavor, you add nutritional yeast for cheesiness, onion powder, garlic powder, and a pinch of chili for spiciness.

The addition of coconut oil is essential for getting perfectly crispy chips. So, for those of you who are avoiding oil, I’m afraid I have no substitute to recommend.

Seedy and Cheesy Tuiles (Vegan + GF)

The key to getting thin and crispy tuiles is to spread the batter very thinly on the baking sheet. Then bake until golden brown.

Right after baking, the tuiles are still soft but will crisp up as they cool. Finally, break it into small chips and enjoy!

Seedy and Cheesy Tuiles (Vegan + GF)

Seedy and Cheesy Tuiles (Vegan + GF)

These tuiles are thin, crispy, cheesy, and have a nutty flavor. It’s perfect to have with guacamole, salsa, hummus, or just as a snack!

Let me know in the comments if you try this recipe!

Seedy and Cheesy Tuiles (Vegan + GF)

Seedy and Cheesy Tuiles (Vegan + GF)
Seedy and Cheesy Tuiles (Vegan + GF)

Seedy and Cheesy Tuiles (Vegan + GF)

5 from 2 votes
Author: Thomas Pagot
Thin and crispy savory tuiles that are cheesy and packed with roasted sunflower seeds and pine nuts. Perfect with guacamole, salsa, or cold dips!
Calories 123 kcal



  • Preheat oven to 350°F (175°C) and line a baking sheet with a silpat or parchment paper.
  • In a small bowl, combine the white rice flour, tapioca starch, nutritional yeast, ground flaxseeds, onion powder, garlic powder, ground chili, and salt.
  • Pour in the almond milk and melted coconut oil. Whisk until fully combined and let it rest for 5 minutes. After 5 minutes, add the sunflower seeds and pine nuts, and stir to combine.
  • Transfer half of the batter on the prepared baking sheet and spread it as thinly as possible. At this point, you can top with more seeds, this is just for the look.
  • Bake for 8 minutes, then turn off the oven and leave it for another 4 minutes with the door slightly opened.
  • Remove from the oven and let cool completely before breaking into chips. Repeat with the other half of the batter.
  • Tuiles will keep for up to 4 days at room temperature, stored in an airtight container.


Serving: 1 /4 of the recipe | Calories: 123 kcal | Carbohydrates: 9 g | Protein: 1.4 g | Fat: 9.4 g | Fiber: 0.7 g | Sugar: 0.1 g
Course : Side Dish, Snack
Cuisine : French
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  1. 5 stars
    These were delicious but the consistency of the batter and the length of time I needed to cook mine was way different. There was no pour factor to my batter. It was thick and more of a dough than a batter. I was able to spread it out onto a silpat with a pastry knife. The bake time was more like 13 minutes for me. I’m going to try and add more Almond Milk to give the batter more liquid consistency and see what happens. But again…the end result was delicious. Thank you. Any suggestions would truly be appreciated.

    1. Did you use the exact same flours? I make this recipe regularly and the batter always ends up quite thin.
      Yes, maybe add a bit more almond milk next time, as some brands of flours absorb more or less liquid. I’m glad you still liked them! 🙂

  2. Hi Thomas, this recipe sounds very delicious! I am not avoiding oil but I do not have any coconut oil at the moment, would sunflower, olive or any other oil work? Perhaps melted butter? Much thanks for the advice

    1. When I made these very delicious crackers I did not use oil, but instead used the liquid from chickpeas and use chickpea flour. They turned out amazing. Our vegan friends loved them and the fact that you can use chickpea liquid (from the can) makes them very low in fat. High recommend!!!

  3. 5 stars
    Great recipe. Quick and easy. Wonderful taste. I used piment d’Espelette instead of chili for a milder chili taste. Everyone around last night loved them. They came out as very delicate and thin, great texture. Thank you !

  4. I don’t have flax seeds. But I have a Chia Seed Is it possible to blend it and use it?

    If we exclude onion powder, garlic powder, and ground chili powder, would it be better to add the same amount of flour?

    I think too many substitutes will produce different results. However, I will try with the materials I own. We already have a lot of ingredients at home!

    1. I might work, but I can’t say for sure as I have never used powdered chia seeds.
      Regarding the spices, I would not substitute for the same amount of flour, and just omit.