Kids love to help, whether it is around the house or in the kitchen. But make back to school more fun by getting your child involved in making their lunch. Instead of buying a bag of chips to throw in their lunch box, try this recipe with them, it's healthy and fun!

Use large cookie cutters to cut a flour tortilla or wrap.
Arrange on cookie sheet and toast in a 400-degree oven for 6-8 mins.
Send to school plain or with bean dip for dipping OR Try brushing a very small amount of olive oil or cooking spray, then sprinkle Parmesan cheese or cinnamon sugar. If you try the cinnamon sugar, send the chips along with a container of applesauce for dipping.

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