Parmesan Garlic Pita Chips

Garlic Parmesan Pita Chips- Yes to CookingCrunchy, light pita chips with just a hint of garlic and savory Parmesan cheese.  This recipe uses flatbread instead of the traditional pita bread for a lighter texture.  Eat these as a quick snack or serve with your favorite dip.  These chips can be stored in an airtight container so you can definitely make these in advance to a party.

Check out our Chunky Guacamole recipe for a delicious dip inspiration!

Total Time: 18 minutes

6 pieces flatbread
1 tbsp.  garlic powder
1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese
4 tbsp. extra virgin olive oil
black pepper to taste

1) Preheat oven to 375F.
2) Cut flatbread into bite-sized pieces with a pair of kitchen shears.  Evenly spread out pieces on a baking sheet.
3) Gently brush pieces with olive oil.  Sprinkle half of the garlic powder and Parmesan cheese evenly over the pieces.
4) Flip over the pieces and repeat steps with remaining olive oil, garlic powder, and parmesan cheese.  Lightly season with black pepper.
5) Bake for approximately 12 minutes until slightly golden and crisp.

Garlic Parmesan Pita Chips- Yes to Cooking

Garlic Parmesan Pita Chips- Yes to Cooking

Garlic Parmesan Pita Chips- Yes to Cooking

These chips can burn very quickly, so keep a close eye when baking.  If chips are still not crisp after baking, turn off the oven and let the chips cool in the oven.  The remaining heat will continue to cook the chips until done.

7 thoughts on “Parmesan Garlic Pita Chips

    • Hahaha, so sneaky! Personally I find the ones from the stores to be a little too salty at times; whereas, for these you can control the flavors and saltiness. Let me know how it goes when you make these chips. 🙂

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