10 Reviews

I'm sorry I had to go a little bit low on the stars but for some reason, my batch burned by 6-1/2 minutes. My oven was at 350, and I kept checking them. They started to get dark around the edges and by 6 minutes, I decided to turn them. Good thing I was watching them because when I opened my oven door at 6-1/2 minutes, this big plume of smoke came out at me. No way was I going to turn them and put them back in for 8 more minutes. They all burned on the bottom and edges. I don't know why - was it because I used fresh garlic instead of the powder? Is it because I used parchment paper? I would really like these to work out so I will try them again. Next time, I'm going to bake them on the middle rack at the highest temp. of 300 - 325 F. Hope that helps.

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DeeDee January 18, 2010

These were delicious! I had 1 wheat tortilla in the house and no idea what to do with it, and then I came across your recipe. I didn't have the sesame seeds, but it still tastes just as good. Maybe next time I'll try those, and keep switching bbq flavors. My 2 year old absolutely loves these! Thank you for a good recipe.

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Miss Tinkerbell February 11, 2009

These were nice, mine weren't quite as crispy as I would have liked, a bit chewy in some places, great way to use up leftover tortillas though.

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**Mandy** March 24, 2008

These were pretty good.

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lucy4174 January 07, 2008

These were pretty good - they were certainly popular with my guests! Made for ZWT3

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westivan June 28, 2007

I made it 2 times. First time I didn't have sesame seeds. It was still delicious. And yesterday I bought sesame seeds and could try with it. It's even better. I used a barbecue sauce that is sweetened with brown sugar. Made for ZWT 3

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Boomette June 25, 2007

Hi Amber, I really enjoyed these healthy chips.I made them in my convection toaster oven; turned out nice & crispy. I made these for WT3; thanks for posting. Rita

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Sage June 22, 2007

Very good chip. I love the flavor the BBQ sauce give it, very diffrent from our normal tortilla chips that I make.... also a lot more healthy! Made for ZWT 3!

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anme June 19, 2007

These were good. I made a batch to serve with my homemade salsa for the deer hunters this weekend. The first batch I burned because I used my pizza pan with the holes in it (can't remember what those are called, but the second batch was made on a regular cookie tray and they turned out fine. I used Bull's Original Bar-b-q sauce and didn't change a think. Easy and quick to make. Thanks

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~Nimz~ November 12, 2005

My DH and DFIL are driving down to FL with all his belongings. DFIL is diabetic so I turned to 'Zaar for things they could snack on. Well, you KNOW you can't send untried goods!! These were really YUMMY!!! I used the Diabetic Bar-b-q sauce #89290 and it added just the right zing!! Thanks for posting this so I could FINALLY feed my DFIL!!

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Kymmarie May 03, 2005
Baked Barbecue Tortilla Chips