Pita Pockets, Pita Chips and English Muffins

I am addicted to Hummus.  I mean I literally eat it every day, multiple times a day.  It's no wonder I'm not losing any more weight!  LMAO.  Sometimes I buy it.  Trader Joe's and Sabra are two of my favorite brands.  I also love to make my own Hummus.  It's so easy.

I have been going through bags of Stacy's Naked Pita Chips way too fast.  So I decided to set out to make my own Pita Pockets that I could turn into my own Pita Chips.  I quickly did a Google search for "Authentic Pita Bread Recipe" and I found this authentic pita recipe at:

I substituted the dry milk with equal amounts of unsweetened soymilk and substituted honey with raw blue agave syrup.

Instead of making balls to roll out, I decided just to roll out my dough and cut circles. The first batch came out exactly like English muffins.  I mean exactly!  Oh darn, I have a batch of perfect English Muffins from scratch - what's a girl to do?  I quickly grabbed my bread knife, sliced and toasted one and slathered it with coconut spread and raspberry jam.  Can you say YUM?!  And now I can use the rest of them to make little pizzas for my family.  Perfect.

The second batch I followed recipe author's instructions and got perfectly puffed pita pockets. I highly recommend you give her recipe a shot. It is so delicious and her instructions are super thorough. Thank you for your inspiration chefindisguise - keep up the great work!!


  1. Hello Ashley
    Your bread and english muffins look super tempting
    Hats off to you on a job beautifully done
    Thank you so much for the mention. I deeply appreciate it

    1. Thank you so much for your thoughtful comment. Your recipe is sure to be a staple in our household for a lifetime. Blessings! -Ashley