Learn how to make homemade pita chips in just a few steps! They’re crispy, seasoned and so easy to make and are done in less than 15 minutes!
I remember the first time I made pita chips from home successfully. I felt like I had cracked the homemade chip code, with such little work. Homemade pita chips are one of the easiest snacks to make at home, and one of the best because they actually stay crispy up to a week after you make them! While I love a bag of storebought pita chips, I love making these at home because I can add extra seasoning to them and control just how crispy I want them. Total win win.
I make my pita chips from pita bread, whether that’s bakery bought or storebought. I’ve tried the fluffy ones, low carb ones, white and whole wheat ones, and they all taste incredible. First, I cut each bread into 8 triangles (like in the photos) by cutting each pita in half, then into quarters, then each quarter in half.
Brush the triangles with olive oil and a mix of seasonings. You can definitely customise the seasonings, but I love this combination of garlic powder, onion powder, paprika, sea salt and black pepper. You could even try a lemon pepper combo!
Bake the chips, and bam, you’re done! It all comes together in less than 15 minutes, and you can easily half it or double it.
Fact: Pita chips taste incredible by themself. Bigger fact: Pita chips taste even better with a dip. I love serving pita chips with:
These chips are like magic. Store them in an airtight tupperware container and they will stay crispy for up to a week! You can store them on the counter or in the fridge.
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