49 Reviews

I sprayed them with oil spray to reduce the oil content. My kids loved these, what a great idea. A variety of seasonings would allow these to have a range of new and different tastes (Moroccan seasoning, Greek seasoning and so on). Thanks for posting, will make these again.

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cookingpompom April 09, 2014

Perfect!

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cwall #2 March 15, 2010

This is such a great recipe. I agree with other posters that it is better to brush the oil and sprinkle the ingredients before cutting. Thanks for posting.

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RobinAnn January 31, 2010

Just made these for the first time WOW. I took others advice and split in half Sprayed with EVOO then sprinkled seasoning on. Cut with pizza cutter. Very easy! Now - to stay out of them till I serve tonight!! Thank You

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janl88 April 18, 2011

Delicious! The seasoning combination is perfect. I cooked 7 minutes, but next time would add a minute or two to make them a little crispier. Pita chips are outrageously expensive at the store and they aren't nearly as good as these! Thanks for sharing. Made for Top Favorites of 2009 Tag Game.

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Julie F March 06, 2010

These were great! Thanks.

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kaec March 01, 2010

I love how easy this is...I only use 1/4 c. oil though. I always have a lot leftover when I use 1/2 c. I cut the halves in half, so they're thin and don't take quite as long to cook. About 4-5 minutes per side.

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enestvmel February 25, 2010

So delicious! Thank you! This is the perfect chip to take to a potluck along with some homemade dip! I love the garlic taste and they baked up nice and crispy. YUM!

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sarahjett February 20, 2010

Pita Chips turned out great. *Note: Make sure they are completely cooled before storing. Thanks for sharing.

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Ruby15 February 13, 2010

For flavor, these get 5 stars. Garlic, basil, salt and pepper with olive oil -- what's not to love? However, the method could use some improvement. I do three things differently: a) I split each pita in half (careful so they don't tear). This makes thinner pieces of bread so they cook faster and get crisper. And it yields 16 chips per pita; b) I brush lightly with oil before cutting into triangles. Just easier that way; and c) I don't combine the oil and spices. I brush with oil, then sprinkle on the spices. I find the spices stick better this way and give a more flavorful chip. Also, for those dieters out there who think these are a healthy alternative to chips -- be careful with how much oil you're using. Plus, these taste so good you'll end up eating way more than you intended to!

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Mikey-Mike January 17, 2010
Pita Chips