These Baked Homemade Tortilla Chips are crunchy, delicious, and so easy to make! You only need 1 ingredient and 15 minutes to make healthy restaurant-quality chips from the comfort of your own kitchen.
If ever I had a weakness, it’s chips! Those little crunchy triangles of salty goodness were/are a hard habit to break. But, now I live guilt-free because of these little miracles – BAKED TORTILLA CHIPS WITH NO OIL!
Yes, I know it’s hard to believe. But, these things are amazing and just as crunchy as their deep-fried counterpart. So, grab a bag of corn tortillas, your favorite salsa, and get ready to live again!
Because we’re making Baked Homemade Tortillas Chips. Let’s go!
Chances are you have everything you need in your cabinet or pantry to make these. There’s just one ingredient – ONE – corn tortillas!
And, if you don’t, it’s time to jump in your car and head to the store ’cause you got some chips to make!
How To Make Baked Homemade Tortilla Chips
It’s this easy.
Preheat your 350 degrees. Cut the chips into little triangles or strips and lay them on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.
Now, place them in the oven and bake for 12-15 minutes until they’re golden. Be careful if you go any longer because they can burn fairly quickly.
And, that’s it! Deliciously crunchy homemade tortilla chips. And, apart from being much healthier than the “heart attack in a bag” varieties that sit on a shelf, these chips are also very inexpensive to make. I think I spent around two bucks for a pack of tortillas.
What To Serve With Baked Tortilla Chips
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All you’ve ever wanted in a chip is right here. These things are:
- Super easy to make
- Easy to customize with your own choice of seasonings
- & Delicious
How To Store Homemade Baked Tortilla Chips
Make a ton of these things and keep them in a large Ziploc bag for road trips, sporting events, sneaking into a movie theatre, etc. They should last for about a week.
If you make these please be sure to leave a comment, rate it, and tag a photo #shaneandsimple on Instagram so I can see it.Print