Baked Pita chips



My sister introduced me to some American Pitta chips which were really delicious with hummus or even sour cream.   Since that day, I had been meaning to try making some pitta chips.  I made these today using ready made pitta bread.


  • 5 Pitta Squares (you van use any pitta bread)
  • 2-3 tbls Olive Oil (you can use any oil)
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 2 tsp dried basil (you can use any herbs)


1.  Preheat the oven to 170° (325°F or Gas mark 3).

2. Toast the pitta bread (I did mine in a toaster) to separate the pitta pockets and cut the pitta bread into triangles.



3. Transfer the pitta into a large plastic bag and add the oil, salt, pepper and herbs. Tie the bag and shake it so that the oil and spices coat the pitta.

4. Layer these on a baking tray, turn the oven to 150°C (300°F or Gas mark 2) and cook for 12 minutes. Switch off the oven and leave the pitta chips in the oven for 12 more minutes.P1190515

5. Remove and serve the Pitta chips with hot and spicy mango chutney. IMG_2210

How do you like to serve your pitta chips?

  • These look great. They would be ideal for the kids lunch box as a change from bread sticks with their hummus

  • You Baby Me Mummy

    What a fabulous idea, my hubby would love these x

  • Thou Shalt Not Covet

    What a great idea, so simple and effective! xxx

  • Twinsplustwo

    Lovely – this would probably work with gluten free pitta as toasting it would make it feel less dry, especially with the chutney.

  • mummyoftwo

    I would never have thought of doing this with pitta bread – I bet they are delicious!

  • Globalmouse

    This is not the thing to be reading late at night when I’m feeling peckish….I could dig in to a huge bowl of these with some hummus right now. Yum.

  • Wild & Grizzly

    Ooh your making me hungry, these look tasty and I could eat a whole bowl right now x

  • Sona S

    What a lovely idea.. They look so delicious and perfect for healthy snacking.

  • Beautyqueenuk

    Ah something so easy and simple yet it sounds delicious x

  • Oh I do love pitta chips – any type of bread is good with me!

  • Emily Shepperson

    My children would absolutely love these. They like the whole “dipping” experience.

  • These sound delicious. I do love dipping food

  • Kara

    these sound delicious

  • Vaichin@RamblingThroughParenth

    These look healthy and delicious. Will give them a try.

  • Zena’s Suitcase

    These sound lovely, a real alternative to the not so healthy options

  • Sylvia Fiolunka

    I’ve never tried baked pita chips but they must be amazing, especially with mango chutney! x

  • shobha

    Perfect for snacking !

  • these look delish!! x

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