Thursday, March 24, 2011

Lavash Bread Crisps with Dips

Kids school has a new tuckshop.  It emphasis on healthy and nutritious food that nearly everything is made at the premies.  It has weekly special introducing international food such as sushi, noodles, burritos and pasta to the kids.  They have a taste testing session before it is officially opened and my kids love nearly everything it demonstrates.  Lavash bread crisps with dips is one of the meal I'm interested in as it is a great alternative to potato or corn chips.  This healthy snack is so easy to prepare for the growing kids.  You can spray the bread with oil, add some herbs, spice and cheese before baking to enhance the flavour.

Lavash Bread Crisps with Dips

2 sheets of Lavash Bread Wraps

Avocado Dips and Salsa:
1/2 avocado
1 tablespoon sour cream
lemon juice
tomato salsa (store bought)


  1. Cut the lavash bread into triangular shapes and place them onto a paper-lined baking tray.  Bake at the 180c pre-heated oven for 10-15 minutes or until the crisps are crunchy and lightly brown.  Let cool.
  2. Mesh the avocado till fine then add the sour cream, pepper and lemon juice until it is well mixed.  Add some cheese over the salsa just before serving.
  3. Arrange the plate with the crisps and dips and enjoy the healthy snack!
                                          This one is baked with cheese

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