Sprouted Grain Tortilla Chips 

butterfly Makes : 48 pieces

Written By Eydie Desser


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The one food I miss the most since I started eating whole food plant-based, SOS free, are pita chips and croutons; crazy, right?  There is  a way to replace these super salty and oily snacks with something healthy!  Don’t believe it? Try these, flavorful crispy whole grain sprouted chips.  They do contain an acceptable small amount of sodium that doctors would approve.


Make the Pita Chips:

Preheat oven to 400℉

  1. Place one package  of Ezekiel 4:9 sprouted grain tortillas (6 large tortillas)  on a cutting board.  Sprinkle each tortilla with a little lime juice and with your fingers or a pastry brush, spread the juice to cover both sides of the tortilla. 
  2. Cut the tortillas  into triangles, rectangles, or any shape you like. You can even fold them and tear to make the shape of your choice. 
  3.  Place in the oven and bake for 3 minutes,  Flip over and bake 2-½-3  minutes more, or until the edges turn golden brown.  These toast quickly and will become bitter if they get too brown.    
  4. Remove the tortilla chips from the sheet pan to a cooling rack to crisp.


butterfly Cook's Notes:
  1. Kick up the taste of the tortillas by sprinkling on cumin, smoked paprika, garlic powder, or other spices, along with the lime juice, before baking. 
  2. What is an acceptable amount of sodium? As long as the sodium amount (shown on the package) is less than or equal to the amount of calories, it’s okay.  Ezekiel 4:9 Sprouted Whole Grain Tortillas contain 140 calories per serving and 125 mg of sodium. 125 is less than 140, so feel free to enjoy!

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