February 13, 2011

{baked for the heart}

♥It's February...Heart Health Month♥
Why not make your own "heart" healthy baked tortilla chips?
 

It's Easy!


First cut up some tortillas (corn or flour) using kitchen scissors!


Next, toss them in a bowl with olive or canola oil and salt.


Now spread them out on a cookie sheet and place them in 425• preheated oven. 
(It's okay if they overlap)
Bake for about 15-20 minutes, gently tossing several times. until desired crispiness!


And there you go...Homemade Baked Tortilla Chips
Not only healthier...but less expensive and tastier too!
♥And warm right out of the oven ♥



Stay Cozy, Carrie


16 comments:

Sweet Cottage Dreams said...

oh yum!!!
i am going to have to give this a try - but use the whole wheat tortillas. or maybe the spinach ones...

thanks for sharing! it is early morning and now i am starving!!

xxoo

vintagegirl said...

Yum! I have made these myself for Halloween and used various halloween cookie cutters to cut different shapes with. Another idea would be to cut them out in heart shapes for Valentine's day too.

Sharon
Happy Valentine's day!

koralee said...

Yummmm....I will try these because I love nacho chips...and right out or the oven would be amazing. Happy Valentine's Day to you for tomorrow my sweet friend. xoxoxooxo

Debby@Just Breathe said...

Thank you, what a great idea. I have thought about it but never really looked into making them.

Kim @ Touch of Nostalgia said...

I've never tried making my own chips. You make them look so easy. I'll have to give it a try. :)

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Chow and Chatter said...

yum love chips and salsa

~Rosanne said...

And for valentines day you could maybe cut them into hearts. And get the tomatoe basil ones than they would be red.

Thanks for sharing,

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Patti said...

Oh yummy! Thanks for sharing! Hugs

GARAGE SALE GAL said...

Happy Valentine's Day!
Those chips look great and thanks for sharing the recipe.
warmly,
deb

Creative Breathing said...

Hi Carrie! Always when I come to visit there is something good and healthy to eat! I have had such fun catching up with past posts. I was so interested to read about your design business. What sense it makes now when I ooh and ahh over your beautiful rooms of your home. Speaking of which, did the vintage gold painted furniture make the move? I have been so curious to know. Happy Valentines Day to you and your family! Elizabeth

Erin said...

Yum. These look fantastic and I love that they aren't fried!

Cottage Touch said...

what a great idea, think I'll try some at the cottage next weekend.

Rush'd Lady said...

Just the thing for me as I'm supposed to be on a salt-free diet! Thanks for directions!

GardenofDaisies said...

I missed this post earlier... these look wonderful, and I think my husband would really like them, so I'm going to give those a try!

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