Add a little crunch to dinner with Garlic-Sesame Pita Chips—all you need is 15 minutes and a few basic ingredients. With their crisp texture, these chips are a wonderful addition to casseroles, salads and soups, but they’re also great alone as a snack. Helen B. Forsythe of Puyallup, Washington shares the recipe.
These jazzed-up oyster crackers created by our Test Kitchen have such great flavor, we bet you’ll have trouble not eating them all at once! With Parmesan cheese and seasoning from a soup mix, they’re a sure-fire hit with any soup.
“I thought of these when I found several packages of tortillas shells while cleaning out my freezer,” writes Angela Case from Monticello, Arkansas. “It's an inexpensive, low-calorie treat for my husband and me.”
“I'm a big fan of hummus, and for this version, I substituted cannellini beans for the usual garbanzo beans to please my husband and upped the garlic. The homemade chips come out of the oven slightly crisp and chewy." —Nicole Clayton, Prescott, Arizona
You won't settle for store-bought chips again after munching these crispy deep-fried snacks. Seasoned with chili powder and cayenne pepper, the zippy paper-thin chips are surefire crowd-pleasers.
-Sue Murphy, Greenwood, Michigan
This delightfully different salsa features a nice balance of sweet, tart and spicy. The accompanying tree-shaped chips are fun and easy to make using tortillas and a cookie cutter.—Janice Christofferson, Eagle River, Wisconsin