Used corn tortillas. Made some great chips that didn't break when dipped.
We do this all the time with low carb tortillas.. and sprinkle them lightly, while still hot with popcorn salt. Delicious.
What a great idea! I didnt use any spray, my preference. Worked great! I did use a homemade ranch w/bacon dip! Mmmm!
So easy!! This turned out great! Used Pam, garlic powder, & paprika. Turned out fabulous!!
I used pita bread cut into forths and regular Pam on half and put salt, pepper, onion powder, and paprika (covering with Pam before and after the spices). On the other half, I used Garlic flavored Pam and topped with salt and pepper. Served them with a Spinach Artichoke dip and they were very good...
I used pam as well with pretty great results! Sprinkled one batch with taco seasoning and one with cinnamon and sugar. What a healthy alternative to other similar styles of chips! Thanks MommyMakes.
I will add my 5 stars. These were very easy to make and tasted better than bought. I was lazy and just used original Pam spray and sprinkled with garlic powder and a little salt. I baked them for about 12 minutes at 325. I will make these again definitely.
I just added a little salt to mine and had them with The Best Chicken Tortilla Soup for supper. I used the whole wheat tortillas and they came out great! I will be thinking of ways to use these for snacks and for dips when making appetizers too. Thanks! Diane
These were pretty good in a pinch.I used whole wheat tortillas.I brushed them with a garlic-parsley oil and seasoned them with salt and chili powder.
So easy, so healthy, soooo goood! I sprinkled mine with italian seasoning, garlic powder, a little parmesan cheese and fresh minced garlic. Lined my baking sheet with tin foil. Didn't oil the foil and sprayed the chips with cooking spray. After seasoning, I gave the chips one more spray to help the seasonings adhere. Out of this world! I truly don't ever see myself buying bagged pita or tortilla chips again. Thank you so much for this great post.