Here's how you can turn stale wraps and tortillas into delicious crispy chips! They're like tortilla chips you buy at the store (always overpriced, since half the bag is air), but probably less fat because these aren't deep-fried in oil.
1. Gather your old wraps and tortilla shells, and use a pizza cutter to slice them into chip shapes. I haven't yet figured out the mathematical formula of cuts to make every piece a nice triangle chip shape. To make it easier, just cut the tortilla into strips to make squares. It helps with even cooking if you make each chip a similar size.
2. Lay out chips on to cookie sheets. Try not to overlap too much. Spray with a mist of cooking spray and top with a little bit of garlic salt (or garlic powder, onion powder, cayenne, cumin, chili powder, or whatever seasonings you like).
3. Cook in the oven at 350 degrees for about 15 minutes. Test one for crispiness; if you're not satisfied with the crunch, leave in oven for longer. If you're in a hurry to be munching chips, you can probably crank up the temperature and cook for less time (but I've never tried it).
4. Take 'em out, and eat 'em!
I ate mine with some no-queso nacho dip with black beans, onions, corn, and tomatoes. Delish!