Homemade Pita Chip Tutorial

When we had our housewarming party a friend of mine requested that my homemade guacamole be on the menu. (It’s kind of famous.) We were already planning on a Mediterranean style menu so I wasn’t sure about the guacamole. In the end, I ended up making it and serving it with homemade pita chips instead of tortilla chips.

Now, not only did I satisfy the first friend with the guacamole, but my other friend (who I learned reads my blog!!) requested I do a tutorial on the pita chips! She couldn’t believe they were homemade. So, Katie, this is for you. :]

What you’ll need:
1 Package of Pita bread
6 Tbsp Olive Oil
2 Garlic Cloves, minced

Combine the olive oil, garlic, salt and pepper into a bowl and stir till well mixed.

Using kitchen shears, cut the pita bread into 8 triangular-shaped pieces. Brush the oil mixture on both sides of the pita chips. Arrange them on an ungreased cookie sheet.

Bake at 325 degrees for 12-15 minutes. They will turn golden brown and crisp!

It’s a very easy recipe, that is just as good (and cheaper!) than a bag of pita chips from the store. You can even experiment with different toppings. I think I’m going to try parmesan cheese next time. Enjoy!

  1. Mollie. 7 years ago

    These look fantastic! An I even have some pita bread in the house…


  2. Venassa 7 years ago

    They look amazing! Definitely something I’d like to try. Let me know how the parmesan cheese ones turn out if you try them. I love anything cheese.

  3. Ooh fabulous and tasty. Thanks for sharing!

  4. Crunchy Diva 7 years ago

    oh YUMMY those look so tasty. they would work perfectly with my black bean salsa & even humus. i’ll have to try these.

  5. Voe 7 years ago

    Thank you for sharing this recipe, I will defintily try it.

    All the best,

  6. Cyn 7 years ago

    I was there, and believe me when I say…freaking delicious!

  7. pita chips 6 years ago

    you had me at pita chips!! this soup sounds amazing:)thanks for sharing this with us.

  8. Anonymous 5 years ago

    thanks, worked really well with cinnamon and sugar for a dessert pita chip

  9. sugarsandboogers.com 5 years ago

    I’ve been buying bagged pita chips from the store lately, but after making these I will never buy store bought chips again. These we so good. Who knew they were that easy to make?! Thanks so much for the post!

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