Finding healthy snack chips can be a
challenge, but you have a much better chance of this if you make them at home! The
"Sesame Pita Chips" (page 4) start with fresh pita bread circles that
you split into two, season, cut into triangles, and bake in the oven. Really,
nothing could be quicker or easier, fresher, or tastier. The recipe calls for
spreading the pita circles with oil before sprinkling on sesame seeds, and you
do need something moist on the bread so the seeds will stick, but I opted to
use oil-free salad dressing in place of the oil. Not only did this work
extremely well, it added a nice flavor dimension to the chips as well. Using this approach also opens the door to creating many different varieties
of chips, depending on what dressing you choose. I used the vegan "Cheesy Caesar
Dressing" from the Forks over Knives collection of recipes, and it was delicious.
Other good choices include oil free Italian and oil free ranch, or whatever sounds
good to you.
Keeping it "McDougall Friendly"
Use oil free whole grain pita bread.
Instead of brushing the pitas with oil, use an oil free vegan salad