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Excellent idea! I went slightly Italian and seasoned with garlic powder and an Italian seasoning mix. Cut into squares and served as scoopers with some hot crab dip and cold lettuce. It was fantastic. What an awesome addition to a homemade dip or just a simple side. Alsooooo I sprinkled on some fresh parm reg 3 minutes before they were done baking.
These chips are very tasty. They are quick and easy too. Thanks for posting.
It is also fun to use theme appropriate cookie cutters to cut the chips into shapes. I just made them for fourth of july and used a star shaped cutter. I takes a little more effort and time and you need to find a use for the scraps (I used them in a layered Mexican casserole) but they are a lot of fun that way. Also if you are baking them on a stone you don't need the oil, unless you want to add seasoning.
I found that they needed more than 10 minutes. Not much more though.
These are great! We have been following the South Beach Diet and this is a great Phase II treat. They turned out nice and crispy. I used chili powder and seasoned salt and garlic infused olive oil. Thanks for posting!
We made a dip and wanted some chips to go with them. Saw this and decided these would be great. I cut the tortillas into wedges, brushed on the oil and then sprinkled on garlic salt. They turned out great! Everyone enjoyed these so much! Next time I will try the whole wheat tortillas to make them a little more healthy. Thanks for sharing this one! Mike
Just perfect!!! I love the way these chips come out. Thanks so much!!
YUMMM!! I made these with our three year old twins today and they were a huge hit! Even my picky eater couldn't get enough! We just cut the flour tortillas into pie shape wedges, sprayed the cookie sheet with PAM, put down the wedges in a single layer, sprayed again and sprinkled with a generous helping of cinnamon and sugar! 12 minutes at 325 was perfect for our oven (we liked the chips crispier and 12 minutes did the trick)! Highly recommend! Thanks for sharing!
These were super simple and such a great idea. I used a combination of kosher salt and chili powder. The only thing that didn't work for me was the timing. I checked them around the 8 minute mark and they were already overdone. I think they would have been perfect around 7 minutes. I may try this again using pita bread, as you suggested. Thanks!
I used melted butter on top as I had to use it. And I sprinkled with chili powder. It's great. Thanks MommyMakes :) Made for Cookbook tag game