Crispy Toasted Pita Triangles


With olive oil and sprinkled with herbs, these simple pita chips are a perfect snack. These crispy toasted pita triangles are best served with my Creamy Greek Tzatziki!

Crispy Toasted Pita Triangles

How to Make the Best Crispy Toasted Pita Triangles

There are a few important things to consider when making pita chips:

  • You need to spread the olive oil using a basting or pastry brush.  This is important because you need a thin even layer of olive oil so the seasoning will stick to it.
  • Be a little more generous with the seasoning than you think is necessary.  There is a fine balance between over and under seasoning.  Finding the perfect level for your taste is a journey!
  • Experiment with your favorite herbs to season your pita triangles.  I prefer cracked salt and pepper with dried oregano, but thyme and rosemary would also work well.
  • Do not forget these in the oven.  We will be cooking these under the broiler at a high heat, so they will cook quickly!

What to Serve Your Pita Triangles With

Because these pita chips have seasoning on them already, you can have them on their own, but I also love to pair them with my favorite dips! You can try them with any of the following:

You can also accompany them with curries or stews for dipping.

Crispy Toasted Pita Triangles

Crispy Toasted Pita Triangles

These crispy toasted pita triangles are the perfect side with almost any dip!

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  • 3 whole wheat pitas
  • 1 tbsp olive oil
  • cracked salt and pepper, to taste
  • dash of oregano or other herb of your choice


  1. Preheat oven to broil at 500F
  2. Using a pizza wheel, cut each pita into 6 equal triangles
  3. Using a pastry or basting brush, spread the olive oil evenly on each pita wedge
  4. Crack salt and pepper over oiled pitas, to taste
  5. Sprinkle a dash of oregano or other herb over the pita slices, to taste
  6. Broil in the oven for 3 – 5 minutes, until warm and golden on the edges

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