Baking your own chips is an easy option for a healthier snack.
First mass-produced in the 1940s and popularized in the 1960s, tortilla chips are a snack-time favorite. Part of the fun of tortilla chips is the many ways to eat them. Whether you’re piling them with toppings to make nachos or dipping them in salsa or guacamole, these baked tortilla chips are made with less fat and sodium than store-bought or restaurant chips. Try them with one of these dips — or use whole-wheat pita to make the chips and dip them in hummus.
Let us know your favorite chip dip in the comments!
For corn tortillas (12 servings; 6 inch tortillas)
For pita (6 servings)