Cooking With Kids. Homemade Fajita Spiced Tortilla Chips.

Now, my monsters are not fussy about what they eat, but every now and again they have a day where they don't really want anything apart from junk! On those kind of days I alway's find that it help to offer a food that can be popped on the coffee table for them to nibble on, one of the foods they love is these homemade tortilla chips, along with some of their favourite dips. 


What You Need:
Tortilla Wraps
Dips (to serve)


You will also need a pair of scissors. This is one of the easiest recipes we have tried out, all you need to do is cut your wrap in half and then cut each half into wedges, OK, so with little ones they might not all be triangles, and you may have some smaller and some bigger!!

 Lay them on a baking tray and sprinkle with the spices (we also made some plain). Cook in a preheated oven (gas mark 4) for around 10 minutes, turning halfway through cooking. Leave to cool before serving with your favourite dips.

I get emails and comments all the time on how the monsters are great presenters, and how do I get them to film, the fact is they love watching themselves back! Just this morning we linked up the Xbox to YouTube and they sat quietly watching our old videos for a good hour!  They love making videos so much we also collaborate on  the Kids Make and Bake Club channel. Be sure to check out their channel and subscribe! They upload every Monday. 

Enjoy!





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10 comments:

  1. Oh wow I love this, i love fajitas, and i love crisps and dip so this is both in one beautiful yummy combination! I must give this a go as it sounds so easy and simple to do. Thankyou for linking up with #LittleAppetites we hope to see you next week to see waht else your family come up with x

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    1. Thank you, they are so yummy and so easy, we have made them a few times now.

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  2. So easy I bet even I could make them ha!! Defo going to try these.

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    1. Yes! Anyone could make these, especially great for helping develop scissor skills for little ones too! :)

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  3. These look yummy, I've done lightly salted ones before, never thought to put a bit of spice on, yummy!

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    1. We had lightly salted a couple of nights ago, they were yummy too! :)

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  4. Oh yummy! Thanks for linking up to #tastytuesdays x

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  5. Drooling over my keyboard as I read this. You just made me so hungry. This sounds amazing. Yum. Thanks for linking up to Share With Me #sharewithme

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  6. Coffee table junk food is always a winner, especially at weekends :) #sharewithme

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