Homemade Pita Chips Free PD Recipe

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These chips reduced my body fat. When I was carrying around my excess fat baggage, I was also known to carry around a bag of Stacy’s Pita Chips. I was hooked on those pita chips until I started baking up my own healthy crispy chips. I managed to cut hundreds of empty fat calories, food additives and salt out of my diet. Use them to add a crunchy starch to salads and to scoop up heart-healthy PD Hummus.

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    Comments (6)

    1. posted by Denise on April 22, 2014

      These are great! I love the granulated garlic on them. I used them to scoop up my salad, and I’ll definitely make them the next time I have hummus.

      • posted by psymjw on March 29, 2017

        Love these chips! A staple for me. I can double the amount per pita by splitting each chip in two. This works with the Trader Joe pita bread.

    2. posted by judy on January 18, 2015

      Oh thank heavens for this recipe! I’m pretty sure the stock prices of the bagged pita chips have plummeted now that I’m not eating them anymore!!

    3. posted by lynsul on September 9, 2015

      Do you spritz with water before adding the garlic and salt?

    4. posted by Robin Fetter on June 22, 2016

      These are pretty legit! I enjoy them in my Fattoush Salad and I like how you can change up the seasonings to keep it exciting. My only advice is that if you are using a super huge pan (I use my full sheet pan which patkes up a whole oven rack) like I usually do, Be ready to give yourself more time. I think for me it was 5 minutes and from there it was perfect. They even crisp up more as they cool so it was hard to believe that they weren’t fried!

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