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Skinny Tortilla Chips

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Skinny Tortilla Chips
  • Prep Time 10 min
  • Total Time 40 min
  • Servings 16
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Skinny Tortilla Chips

Make your own delicious, and lower calorie version of tortilla chips using corn tortillas!

Ingredients

2
packages (10 oz) corn tortillas (24 taco size tortillas)
Cooking spray
Large crystal salt (kosher or sea)

Directions

  • 1 Preheat oven to 400°F. Cover two cookie sheets with foil. Spray lightly with the cooking spray.
  • 2 Cut each tortilla into 6 triangles. (Stacking the tortillas and using a pizza cutters works great!)
  • 3 Arrange the tortilla triangles on the cookie sheets. The triangles should not touch. Spray lightly with cooking spray and sprinkle with salt, to taste.
  • 4 Bake for 7 to 8 minutes, until the chips are just beginning to get golden brown.
  • 5 Repeat steps 4 and 5 with remaining tortilla triangles until all are baked.
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Skinny Tortilla Chips and Guacamole

As prepared by Michelle P,

Skinny tortilla chips and guacamole - brilliant, right?


Well, before things go any farther, I must get something off my chest, lest you give me credit where none is due.  These are not my inventions.

I wish I could claim these Skinny Tortilla Chips and Skinny Guacamole as my own shining creations, but it wouldn’t be right.  The guacamole slim-down is a la Bethenny Frankel, and I can’t remember where I picked the chip recipe up.  Regardless, the end result is enough of a reduction in calories and fat that I treat myself to a full-tilt margarita (or so).  Just call it my little exercise in justification!  (Pun intended . . .)

Let’s start with the tortilla chips, which are super easy to make.  Just buy corn tortillas, cut into triangles with a pizza cutter.

Skinny Chips and Skinny Guac tortillas

A little cooking spray and a sprinkle of salt and you are ready to bake!  For the crispest chips, make sure they don’t touch on the baking sheet . . .

You’re dying for the guacamole secret ingredient, aren’t you?  Sit down.  It’s a bit of a shock.  The calorie saving hero of this recipe is . . . frozen peas.  Yup.  That’s right.

Skinny Chips & Guac peas

Thaw the frozen peas, then puree, and stir the puree into your mashed avocado mixture (I like my guac pretty simple, a little cilantro, lime and salt.  Feel free to season to your taste).

Skinny Chips and Guac mash

The peas also give the guacamole a vibrant green color!

Skinny Chips and Guacamole

Hope you enjoy!

Cheers, Michelle

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Skinny tortilla chips - brilliant, right? Well, before things go any farther, I must get something off my chest, lest you give me credit where none is due. These are not my inventions. I wish I could claim these Skinny Tortilla Chips as my own shining creations, but it wouldn’t be right. I unfortunately can’t remember where I picked the chip recipe up. Regardless, the end result is enough of a reduction in calories and fat that I treat myself to a full-tilt margarita (or so). Just call it my little exercise in justification! (Pun intended . . .) Hope you enjoy!

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