Doritos; Make Your Own Vegan Doritos

Doritos; Make Your Own Vegan Doritos

I can not remember the last time I had Doritos ( I used to love them). So when I researched on how to make my own I was skeptical…  The whole family gobbled them up!  I seriously stumped my husband and that is hard to do.. These will take you maybe 20 minutes with cooking to prepare..


Ingredients for Nacho “Cheese” Doritos

  1. 1/4 c. nutritional yeast
  2. 2 tsp. paprika or smoked paprika
  3. 1 tsp. chili powder
  4. 1 tsp. onion powder
  5. 1/2 – 1 tsp. salt (depending on your salty tooth)


  1. For each seasoning, place in a high-speed blender to  make it even (the nutritional yeast will be flakey so this will help).

What Chips Do You Use? You can buy a bag of organic non-Gmo tortilla chips from the grocery store or you can make them youself! Ingredients

  1. 6 corn tortillas ( thin ones will be crispier)
  2. 1 Tbsp. olive oil or Grapeseed Spray
  3. Seasoning ( see above)


  1. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Line your baking sheet with a piece of parchment paper or tinfoil.
  2. Cut your tortillas into 8 slices ( like a pie).
  3. In a  bowl place the “tortillas or chips” inside and drizzle the olive oil or spray them all over until each side is covered.
  4. Coat each chip with seasoning  making sure that both sides are perfectly coated.
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5 thoughts on “Doritos; Make Your Own Vegan Doritos”

  1. I don’t want to be that person. But it really irks me when I see people say to use “non-GMO” this or that in recipes. Mostly because the recipe author has zero education or experience dealing with GMOs of any sort. Coming from a large farm operation that has raised both GMO and non-GMO grains and lentils, not to mention being in the actual laboratories that do gene testing, and having been educated for years by non-bias studies on the effects of GMO – I can promise you that GMOs have zero negative effects on the body. In fact, I can tell you from my personal experience that raising non-GMO anything not only destroys the land that the crops are grown on, but it also destroys entire ecosystems. Why do you think organic foods cost so much? Because the land they are being grown on is slowly deteriorating and it is losing its value. Another major factor is all of the $ going into the gallons and gallons and gallons of insecticides and other sprays being poured on them. Do you know how much insecticide is sprayed on non-GMO crops? Please take a trip to a large non-GMO farm in July and prepare to get educated. 🙂

  2. You are allowed your own opinion .. but it is suggesting Organic NON GMO chips so that you don’t have chemicals… and we are very educated so please don’t suggest that the author is not .. they have done their research and they choose what they want to use in their ingredients.. you can use whatever ingredients you want.

  3. I’m looking forward to trying your recipe, thank you for sharing. As I clean up the family’s eating habits, I find I miss crunchy things the most. I’ve tried something similar with all natural non-gmo (sorry did I say that out loud) corn tortilla chips and a tandoori masala spice I picked up from the health food store. …they were great and certainly met the crunchy craving, but your spice mix sounds like a winner.

  4. These will definetly hit the spot!! We used the non-gmo organic in this because it is specifically supposed to be chemical free.. but if you choose to get regular tortillas or chips they will work just fine! Enjoy! Thanks for leaving a comment!

  5. I would like to thank Amanda for their comments. I never would have thought to research GMO’s until I read what you said. Although my conclusions may not be what you would like to hear. It did compele me to research. I found this article while researching and found i interesting. I will be researching more.

    Oh and I will be trying this recipe. We love Dorito’s in our house.

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