This is a very kid-friendly dish. So let your children help you with this one. Both recipes are listed below!
Holiday Tortilla Chips
Adapted from Eat Better America
4 to 8 (1 package) of whole wheat flour tortillas - or use more or less, depending on amount you feed
2-3 different holiday cookie cutters
Olive oil cooking spray (or several teaspoons of olive oil from a jar)
Brush the olive oil or spray the cooking oil on cookie pans. On a cutting board, place the whole wheat flour tortillas. Use holiday cookie cutters to mold and shape your desired "chips". This is a great activity to let your kids get involved in helping you cook. Children love to make shapes so give your trusted little ones the chance to make the holiday chips!
Place the chips on the greased cookie pans. Lightly spray or brush a tiny bit more olive oil over the top of the tortillas. Broil (not bake!) in the oven at 400 degrees for about five minutes. You can shorten or lengthen the time depending on how brown you like your chips to be. Carefully remove with an oven mit. Chips will only need about one minute to cool before you can eat them.
Spread the below gucamole dip on the chips. Top with additional tomato slices or use diced red bell peppers.
Store dip in refrigerator inside an air tight container for up to three days. Enjoy!