Wow! Wow! WOW!!! I'd give this 10 stars if I could. Snack foods that are healthy and cheap are hard to come by and this one is AMAZING! You really can customize the seasonings to your taste. I just shook some garlic powder, basil, Italian seasoning, salt and pepper into the bag and added some water, then shook the pitas in it. They turned out great, and the ladies at work all agreed. Some of the reviews mention using oil, but unless you need the calories or like the taste, I wouldn't bother. Every bit of my spices stuck to the pitas both through the shaking and the baking. Thanks for a great recipe.
Very flavourful. I omitted the cayenne and cumin, and dipped them in tzatziki. I also moistened with olive oil instead of water, as another reviewer suggested. I think I'll enjoy these in various incarnations from now on!
I had some leftover lavash bread so made this with it, it was nice but I would have liked some tang in this too but a great alternative to chips.
Excellent. I used 10 pita pieces and cut them into triangles so increased the seasoning mix. I added 1/2 of the cut triangles to the empty pita bag. I used olive oil instead of water to coat the pieces then added the seasoning and shook. Then repeated with the remaining pita bread. Thanks for a great recipe. Note: I made the recipe a second time and used whole wheat flour tortillas. Also, very good.
So good! So easy! I could go on but I must go make some hummus for these wonderful chips!
I am dipping these into salsa as I type... Excellent low-fat snack! The only change I made was to use some basil, oregano and parsley instead of the Italian seasoning. Wasn't sure what was meant by "prepped cookie sheet", so I just sprayed my cookie sheet with Pam. They only took about 7-8 minutes before they were done. Next time (and there WILL be a next time!) I will cut down on the cayenne pepper or else use chili powder instead, because my mouth is on fire! Really great recipe, thanks for posting.