I AM A CHIP GIRL.......truthful, honest, chip-acholic! I love all things crunchy and salty, it is a major problem and one I am working on.........until the craving for salty lusciousness comes once a month. You all know what I mean right?
Need them, want them, MUST HAVE them.....
Good news is they are whole wheat, made with olive oil cooking spray and it makes only enough for a single serving, so go ahead and eat the whole thing, without sharing of course!
No left overs and no guilt!
Homemade and baked is the way to splurge when you are watching your weight, need the salt fix, but still want to see a weight loss on the scale.
I use my little convection toaster oven for this and don't even bother with my big oven. It takes less time to heat up and works super fast!
Servings: 1* Calories: 170* Fat: 2g* Fiber: 5g* Carbs: 35g* Protein: 6g* Points+: 4* Old Points: 3*
Whole Wheat Garlic Pita Chips
- 1 whole wheat Pita bread, cut into 8 triangles
- olive oil cooking spray
- 1 tsp. minced garlic
- ¼ tsp. salt, divided
- Place cut triangles on baking sheet.
- Coat both sides of pita triangles with cooking spray.
- Spread minced garlic evenly over the top of the pita triangles.
- Sprinkle ⅛ tsp. salt over pitas.
- Bake in oven at 375 degrees for 5 minutes.
- Turn pita's over and sprinkle ⅛ teaspoon salt.
- Bake 3- 5 minutes until golden brown and crispy.
- Enjoy warm with a side of hummus!
I have to ask, what is that dip you have paired with the pita chips? Both look delicious and I might bring that to a family gathering this week! Awesome blog 😀
Thanks! It was artichoke and spinach hummus which was store bought LOL!
I found you through Blogelina's link-up and I have to say, I am so excited to be subscribing to your blog. I also try to lead a sugar-free and flour less diet but finding others that have yummy recipes out there is a bit of a challenge. Can't wait to try some of your recipes and I actually have done whole wheat pita chips before-they are yummy!
Are you currently in Blogelina's class? Would you like to exchange notes, share advice, and keep in touch? I unfortunately had to miss class this week but will be joining next Tuesday. What did you think of this week's class? By the way, what blog theme did you use for your blog and did you use a blog designer or do all the work yourself? "See" you in class next week!
The class was really helpful and she gave many tips that are super easy and useful. My blog is my blog designer as he ahs a number of other blogs himself and helps me with mine.
Oh my heaven...I'm SUCH a chip a holic!! It is honestly my pitfall...I crave them ALL the time, totally happy comfort food. That said, I'm a pita chip a holic too! These look amazing, and my challenge would be portion control. Gotta be strong 🙂
It's been such a pleasure meeting you on FB, so glad I finally made it over to your blog. Loving what I see! Going to take a look around 🙂
I like the pita chip because I only make one and no more! If I had a bag of chips around I wouldn't be able to control myself at all either! Thanks for visiting Aggie!
Rachel @ day2day joys
Great simple recipe! I found your blog through WLW, from title, I first thought you were going to be talking about splenda and sweet & low but was pleasantly surprised by your tagline!
I would love for you to link up this post and others that fit to Healthy 2day Wednesdays every week! I think it will be a perfect fit and sure readers would like your posts!
Hi Rachel! I checked out your blog and will definitely link up! Thanks for the kind words!
Hello! I found your link over at Blogelina, and I'm so glad I jumped over here! These look excellent, and I'm always looking for healthier alternatives to the foods our family loves. 🙂 I'm definitely going to try these out!
Looks delicious! I'm a chip kinda girl, myself! 🙂
The Better Baker
MMMM! De-Lish! Such a healthy snack...thanks for sharing.
Those look delish! I too am a chipaholic! I really am! I love the crunch of something salty. Thanks for sharing.
Love pita chips thanks for this recipe!