Pita Chips

"Yummy! Use with your favorite dip or eat as is, either way, they are great!"
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Ready In:
8 dozen




  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
  • Cut each Pita bread into 8 triangles and place on lined baking sheet.
  • In a small bowl, combine rest of ingredients.
  • Brush each triangle with oil mixture.
  • Bake for about 7 minutes or until light brown and crispy.
  • Watch carefully, they burn easily.

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  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. Perfect!
  4. 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
  5. 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.


  1. Instead of garlic salt, I used 2 minced garlic cloves and mixed it in with the olive oil. Sprinkled salt, pepper and basil. I had the oven at 400 for 5 mins, flipped them and then put them in again for an additional 3 mins.
  2. I was so glad to see this! It was more like inspiration than the perfect recipe. Should I even rate this? I used Greek oregano instead of basil. I used cayenne pepper instead of black and garlic powder instead of garlic salt. However, I couldn't be more grateful, Marie! It is a wonderful thing to be able to prep pita this way. And there are endless variations to try. THANKS! :-)


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