Homemade Halloween Tortilla Chips are easy to make. They go perfect with my heirloom tomato pico de gallo salsa. This recipe is festive healthy food fun.
Homemade Halloween Tortilla Chips and Salsa
Homemade Halloween Tortilla Chips in the shape of witches hats is paired perfectly with my heirloom tomato pico de gallo salsa. I used orange heirloom tomatoes, and an orange bell pepper as the base to give it the festive Halloween appeal. And, to create the chips I found a witches hat cookie cutter on sale at my local craft store.
It’s a healthy, but festive Halloween snack.
The tortilla chips really only take 20 minutes to make from start to finish and while they are baking for 7 minutes, yes that’s it, you can prep the pico de gallo and have this healthy snack ready pretty quickly. Of course, some of the time depends on how many chips you decide to make. Each spinach wrap makes about 8 chips, depending on the size of your cookie cutter.
This delicious combo is perfect for Halloween parties, after school snacks (even when it’s not Halloween), a super easy appetizer or lunchbox pack!
The homemade tortilla chips can be made ahead of time, cooled completely and stored in an airtight bag or container for easy snacking.
Place the spinach wraps, one at a time, on a cutting board. Use a cookie cutter to cut out witch hat shapes. Each cedar wrap should yield approximately 8 hats depending on the size of your cookie cutter.
Preheat the oven to 375 degrees.
Coat a nonstick baking sheet with the nonstick cooking spray.
Baste each hat lightly with the canola oil and then sprinkle them with sea salt.
Bake them for 5-7 minutes until the edges start to toast. Let them cook completely to finishing the crisping process.
- 2 orange heirloom tomatoes, small
- 1 orange bell pepper
- ½ cup sweet onion, finely diced
- 1 small clove of garlic, minced
- 4 tablespoons fresh chopped cilantro
- 1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar
Wash the tomatoes. Remove the top and bottom of the tomatoes. Slice the tomato and dice the tomato into small pieces.
Wash the bell pepper. Remove the top, seeds and insides of the peppers. Slice and dice the pepper.
Stir the diced tomatoes, the diced bell pepper, diced sweet onion, chopped cilantro and balsamic vinegar together.
Serve with your homemade witch chips.
More on these Homemade Halloween Tortilla Chips and Heirloom Tomato Pico de Gallo Salsa!
Fabulous kitchen lessons to focus on while making these recipes with the kiddos;
- Dicing and Slicing
- Knife skills
- Knife safety
- Chopping Safety
- Measuring ingredients
- Following directions
- Produce prep
- Oven safety
Halloween Fruity Fun? Check out my Beetle Juice Recipe. It’s a soda alternative with fresh frozen fruit in the mix with just the right amount of fizz. Don’t you love the glasses? I found these at my Price Chopper/Market 32 Supermarket and they are a fantastic find. I purchased them at $1.49 each and love them; a perfect addition to our Halloween table.