Spicy baked tortilla chips low sodium low fat

Lynn Socko


I can not believe it took me so long to make these. There are a million recipes online, some have a little of this, or a little of that. This is my version and now I will be making these in bulk, so so so delicious and NO GUILT.


★★★★★ 4 votes

5 Min
5 Min


How to Make Spicy baked tortilla chips low sodium low fat


  1. Cut your corn tortillas into quarters. This can be made with flour tortillas too, but the fat and sodium grams dramatically increase. I can find corn tortillas with 0 sodium and 1 gr. of fat. Spray oil will add a little more fat, but it's miniscule.
  2. Lay your cut tortillas on a baking sheet, spray the top of them with spray oil, sprinkle your favorite seasonings. I used Mrs. Dash Southwest Chipotle. this created a little "zing" in the flavor, next time I will be trying the Zesty Lime from Mrs. Dash.
  3. Bake 400° for 6-10 min. Cooking time in ovens vary, so check your chips after 6 min. and adjust time accordingly. The edges will start to lift up slightly when crispy.
  4. Here are two no salt added salsa you might like to try.
    Basic low sodium Red Salsa

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About Spicy baked tortilla chips low sodium low fat

Course/Dish: Other Appetizers
Dietary Needs: Vegetarian
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, Healthy

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