Monday Muster & Baked Pita Chips

Pita Bread

Pita Bread

I really enjoy Monday’s and the weekly Monday Muster feature. Seems I always have so much to share but most of it just doesn’t merit its own blog post. It’s kind of like turning to a friend and sharing your mishaps or thumbs up moments. Very quick, succinct and to the point. That’s what you get on Monday at Food Stories. (You can see my original Monday Muster post for a description and explanation).

Last Weeks Blog Posts from Food Stories

Top 3 Food Photos – Contenders for January Food Photo Contest

Top 3 Food Photos – Contenders for January Food Photo Contest

New Food Photos Posted – January Week 4

New Food Photos Posted – January Week 4

Food Story: Brendan & Irish Coffee Cake

Food Story: Brendan & Irish Coffee Cake

Not Egg Salad with Kala Namak (egg flavored salt)

Not Egg Salad with Kala Namak (egg flavored salt)

Healthier Guacamole

Healthier Guacamole

Pico de Gallo

Pico de Gallo

Monday Muster & Baked Corn Tortilla Chips

Monday Muster & Baked Corn Tortilla Chips

Interesting Pins from Last Week

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Fave Foodie Blog Posts

NotQuiteReadyForPrimeTime

These are miscellaneous items that are not quite ready for their own blog post. These can be things I’m working on, kitchen mishaps, new acquisitions, funny things, etc. These may or may not be coming to a blog post soon :-)

Baked Pita Chips

Baked Pita Chips

Baking pita bread for chips is not anything new; however, they are more nutritious than buying pita chips. I like to use Ezekiel 4:9® Whole Grain Pocket Bread by Food For Life because of their ingredient list – Organic 100% Stone Ground Whole Wheat Flour, Water, Fresh Carrots, Barley Flour, Millet Flour, Lentil Flour, Spelt Flour, Soy Flour, Fresh Yeast, Sea Salt. – that’s it. Because of my diabetes, I don’t eat carbs unless they’re the best carbs available and these work for me.

Baked Pita Chips

Baked Pita Chips

Just cut your pita bread into wedges and place on a baking sheet. I like to use a wire grate so you don’t have to turn them during baking but you could use any pan, really. I bake mine at 375 degrees for about 8 minutes.

Sometimes, I like to bake them plain and other times I like to use olive oil and sea salt, or even cumin. If you’re using oil and spices, it’s easier to brush the pita bread with oil before cutting. Then sprinkle with your chosen spices after you’ve laid them out on a baking sheet.

Baked Pita Chips

Baked Pita Chips

Crunchy, delicious & nutritious …. Perfect for Super Bowl Sunday :-)

Happy Monday!
I would love to hear what’s been going on in your kitchen.

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  2. I love baked pita chips and I also love breads with interesting grains. No medical need, I just like their flavor. Spelt is a favorite. :)
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  3. Looking at this pictures make me wanna taste them all. It looks delicious!
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  4. Those Pita chips look fantastic! I still love that guacamole pix!!
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  5. I am loving those pita chips my friend, now need to find the perfect dip :D

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru
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  6. Pita chips are my favorite. Yum!
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  7. Baked pita chips=yum!

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