Baked Corn Tortilla Chips

This is a pretty straight-forward recipe. But so delicious! I do believe that tortilla chips and fresh salsa or and guacamole are one of the best parts of warmer weather. Add in an ice cold beer and you don’t even need dinner. I bought corn tortillas for fajitas the other night and I wasn’t really feeling them, so they got turned into chips. Best decision ever.

These would be great alone (obviously) or with any of your favorite Mexican dinners. Like this. Or this. Or this. Or even this! And definitely this.

Baked Corn Tortilla Chips

1 package corn tortillas
non-stick cooking spray
salt

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
2. Cut tortillas into wedges (I did 8ths, but quarters might be better for scooping guac.)
3. Spread out on a large baking sheet in a single layer (important!).
4. Spray with cooking spray, sprinkle with salt, and bake for 12-18 minutes, rotating pan once. I know that sounds like a big time span, but you’ll want to keep an eye on them after 12 minutes, checking on them every two minutes.

Verdict: Delicious! Crunchy, salty, everything you need in a good chip without the grease.
Husband’s take: Loved them! I’ve made baked tortilla chips with flour tortillas and we agreed that we liked these better than those.
Changes I would make: None are necessary, but I can’t wait to play around with adding different seasonings to these. I’m thinking a touch of lime would be great, or a little spice, or some cumin. The possibilities are endless!
Difficulty: Easy!

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20 comments

  1. I was just wandering around the MarxFoods site and ohgoodgolly they have not just Habanero Salt and Green Chile Salt, but Lime Salt too! I think any of them would be perfect for these. Thanks for sharing the recipe…found it just in time for Cinco de Mayo! :)

  2. This is the time of year when I would consider this an exceptional dinner…cold beer, homemade chips and fresh salsa and guac!? I’m in.

  3. Love this! I am sure I will share this soon!

  4. I love homemade chips but being the unhealthy gal that I am, I always fry them!

  5. Might be simple but very delicious! I made these and had pulled pork BBQ nachos!Made me not feel as guilty! I need a new box of SoCal Avocados! Great idea Rachel, and I also love your sites new look!

  6. We’ve been making chips this way for the past couple weeks. Ever since I forgot to buy tortilla chips and we had an evening craving for chips and salsa. Love them!

  7. I love that you made these homemade! Chips and guac is an absolute summer evening staple :)

  8. I’ve done something similar to this a few times when we were out of chips! It’s such a great idea and they taste really good!

  9. Love this idea! Tortilla chips are one of my absolute faves and I love the idea of being able to make them exactly to my tastes!

  10. Amazing. I love the simplicity of this!

  11. These look great and much healthier Rachel. How are you?! I have been swamped lately…must catch up here.

  12. Going to make these soon! I have some corn tortillas in the fridge that need to get used up. I love baked chips!

  13. Love this idea, I think I will try it with my mini-cupcake tin and see if it will make scoops! (all the better to hold more dip)

  14. …how have I never thought to do this?! Genius.

  15. Yum!! Tortilla chips are my favorite, especially in the springtime, on a patio, with salsa and a margarita! :)

  16. this is genius! I’m trying it out this weekend. :)

  17. I could live on nachos and chips & salsa. I love basked chips. yum!

  18. I love how simple these are and they could even be seasoned! :)

  19. Yum! Love that you made these yourself. So creative!

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