These homemade shaped chips go perfect with Guac. This sporty inspired chip recipe makes a fun appetizer. This easy recipe is great for entertaining and for Father’s Day activities.
Homemade Shaped Chips and Guac
How fun are these homemade shaped chips? It’s amazing what a wrap, a cookie cutter and taco sauce can create!
These chips make dipping into homemade Guac just a little more fun!
They are perfect for a fun snack, entertaining, birthday parties and Father’s Day Food Fun.
These chips are easy to make and delicious to serve.
- Sea Salt
- Sriracha and/or taco sauce
- Non-stick cooking spray
Preheat the oven to 375 degrees.
Using metal cookie cutters or clean kitchen scissors cut out your desired shapes; circles for baseballs and basketballs, ovals for footballs, fish.
Coat a baking sheet with the non-stick cooking spray.
Place the shapes on top.
Baste the shapes with a very light layer of water.
Add a light layer of sea salt.
Use the taco sauce or the Sriracha sauce to create the accents on your sporty chips; i.e. baseball lines, football lines, basketball lines, eye & mouth for fish, etc. The Sriracha sauce comes in a bottle that already has a tip on it, but if you use the taco sauce place it into a caking decorating utensil with a writing tip.
Bake the chips for 5 – 8 minutes; until the edges are browned. Remove them from the oven once they are finished cooking and let them cool before serving with the guacamole or salsa.
The Wraps: I use the following wraps for various shapes, etc.
Spinach wraps = fish
Plain wraps = baseballs
Wheat wraps = footballs
Tomato wraps = basketballs
The Sauce: The Sriracha sauce can be hot, but taco sauce can be purchased at mild, medium and hot depending on your preference.
Lessons to incorporate for Kids: Every recipe is filled with life skills that encourage children’s confidence in the kitchen. Here are a few to focus on when making this recipe…
- Baking and oven safety
- Cutting shapes and scissor safety
- Following Directions
My Guacamole Recipe
1 Roma tomato
2 tablespoons cilantro, fresh
2 tablespoons finely chopped sweet onion
1 tablespoon Price Chopper lime juice
1 clove garlic
1/2 teaspoon sea salt
1/2 teaspoon pepper
1/2 teaspoon onion powder
Cut the avocado lengthwise. Remove the seed and remove the fruit from the rind and place it into a bowl. Wash the Roma tomato & remove the ends. Finely chop it up and add it to the avocado along with the onion, crushed clove of garlic, cilantro, lime juice, salt, pepper & onion powder. Mash the ingredients together with an avocado tool or by cutting it together with two forks. Always mash the avocados by hand.
More Food to get Hooked on: Check out this shaped quesadilla recipe. It’s another delicious catch….