These go well wilth all dips and spreads, and we use them with my Spicy Nacho Cheese Dip. I developed them in a quest looking for a healthy chip. I've used these at receptions I've catered, and they always go over really big. In December, I did these for a wedding, and was up most of the night before, baking 760 of these things ... !
1To make baked pita triangles, cut the bread into fourths using a pizza cutter. You should be able to do 4-6 at a time, stacked. Spread triangles out on a wire rack over a baking sheet. Brush with olive oil and sprinkle with salt if desired. Bake at 350-375 degrees about 8-12 minutes, until crisp but not too brown. Cool on rack; package in an air-tight container.
2NOTE: you can also bake them on sheets lined with crumpled aluminum foil. Makes clean up easier, and still no turning over during baking!