Homemade, oven-baked doritos-style chips made with only three whole ingredients and healthy fat for a wholesome snack you can enjoy anytime.
When it comes to unhealthy food, Doritos is the poster child of yuck. Artificially flavored calories Trojan horse your taste buds into accepting a full-on assault to the integrity of your very biology with additives, toxins, and genetic engineering damaging cellular integrity every step of the way through your digestive tract.
Take a look at this screengrab of nastiness. More than half of the (highlighted) ingredients are synthetic flavors, colors, or glyphosate-residue laced GMOs.
If you have a family member addicted to this poison, try weaning them off with the great-tasting homemade version below.
These Doritos require only a few Real Food ingredients and about fifteen minutes in the oven! Buh-bye Frito-Lay.
Homemade Doritos Recipe
Homemade, oven-baked doritos-style chips that include only three whole ingredients and healthy fat.
- 8 5-inch tortillas
- 1/2 cup avocado oil
- 2-3 Tbl taco seasoning Adjust amount based on preferred spiciness
Preheat oven to 350 °F/ 177 °C
Baste both sides of each tortilla generously with avocado oil
Using culinary shears, cut each tortilla into quarters. Then cut each quarter again. You will now have 64 chips.
Place chips in a large glass bowl and gently toss with the taco seasoning. The spices will adhere to the oil on the surface of each side of the chips.
Arrange chips on cookie sheets with no overlap.
Bake for 8 minutes.
Remove pans from the oven and turn over each homemade dorito. Bake for another 8 minutes.
Remove pans from the oven.
Allow taco dorito chips to come to room temperature before storing them in an airtight container on the counter. Use within 3-4 days.
Adding just taco seasoning will not make chips taste like Doritos. What you forgot to add is nutritional yeast. That makes all the difference.
They actually taste very much like taco doritos. I am interested to try your suggestion next time though. Thanks for sharing!
Thanks for this great and simple recipe! I look forward to trying it. Wonder if it will also work with Roti wraps?
Wish it was gluten free 🙁
Corn tortillas are gluten free. They also have organic corn tortillas.
Sarah Pope MGA
Yes, there are cassava tortillas in the healthfood stores too.
We just tried this recipe since we had most of the ingredients in the house. We used Siete cassava flour tortillas since they are gluten-free. They also have almond flour tortillas. We enjoyed this recipe!
Sarah Pope MGA
Glad you liked them!!
I find my body does vastly better without such ‘addictive foods’. And so, I make the effort to sprout and ferment (then cook) all grains I consume,… as part of a balanced diet. No ‘fun foods’ per se. There’s an abundance of fun and vitality with fundamental cultured-primitive foods.