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WHOLE WHEAT PITA CHIPS WITH YOGURT DIP

After the whole wheat pita bread recipe, here comes the next – whole wheat pita chips. No I’m not getting obsessed with pita breads, it’s just that the other day when I made them I had 2 leftovers and rather than eating them for dinner I thought of making pita chips to munch on. Any snack which is healthy makes me really happy because I can munch on them without much guilt. I usually do not buy any type of chips/wafers from stores, in fact I don’t remember the last time I had those but these homemade pita chips are right up my alley. They are wholesome, healthy and taste great too – just what I look for in my snacks!
You will obviously need whole wheat pita breads for this recipe which you can either make at home or get it from the market, either will do. I seasoned the pita chips with some garlic salt, olive oil, salt and pepper. This is where you can get creative and try various seasonings like lemon pepper, smoked paprika etc. Once they are seasoned just bake them till they are cris…

Root Veggie Chips

Ever wonder if potato chips always have to be, well, potato? They don’t! It’s possible to turn pretty much any vegetable you want into a crisp, salty snack, but we especially recommend looking to potatoes’ root vegetable cousins. Sweet potatoes, yams, and beets make perfect, colorful chips, and the process to transform them is absolutely easy. Watch and learn how to add some rainbow variety to your chips, and delight the guests at your next party— or just yourself during your next snack break!
Root Veggie Chips
Prep Time: 10 minutes Total Time: 1 hour 10 minutes
INGREDIENTS – 2 large sweet potatoes – 2 large yams – 2 to 3 large red beets – 2 to 3 large golden yellow beets – Sea salt
DIRECTIONS 1. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit (190 degrees Celsius).
2. With a mandolin, slice the vegetables into discs about ⅛-inch thick.
3. Place the veggie slices on paper towels in a single layer. Sprinkle with salt. Let sit for 15 minutes, then blot dry.
4. Lightly spray 2 sheet pans with oil, then pla…