Here's a conversation I've had many times at my job as a dietitian:
A: Chips are actually NOT a health food.
Q: But what about veggie chips?
A: Veggie chips are still deep fried in oil and do not count as a vegetable serving.
Q: Well, tortilla chips are healthy right?
A: No - tortilla chips, like potato chips, are deep fried in oil and high in calories and fat.
Q: Then what in the world am I supposed to eat with salsa???
I have never had a great answer to this question until now! I purchased some Ezekiel brand tortillas and put one on the top rack of the oven which was set to broil. In less than 5 minutes, the tortilla was heated and I took it out and sliced it into triangular shaped chips. As they cooled a little they became crispy. These homemade "chips" were totally dippable and satisfying in salsa, hummus, and as a scooper for a delicious shredded kale salad I made (pic below). And best of all, they have about half the calories of regular chips, 75% less fat, are high in fiber (5 g/svg!), and are low in sodium!
For those interested here is a comparison nutrition chart for some popular chip brands. To keep it consistent the serving size for each item is 2 oz. FYI one Ezekiel tortilla is 2 oz.