Thursday, November 3, 2011

Baked Cinnamon Chips

Am I on a cinnamon kick or what? :) This is a good thing. I promise.
So every once in a while, I accidentally skip over a gem- thank goodness I occasionally go back through. "Eureka!" This is a yummy one that my little sis made this summer. Can you tell those are sweet garden fresh strawberries- so cruel to post that now... mouths watering until next spring! Please forgive. :) Anyway, she said they were pretty simple to make and I can attest to them being a fabulous treat! They didn't last long. Thanks Pete!
Bake Cinnamon Chips (Our Best Bites)

Flour Tortillas (I like the little 6″ ones)
Melted Butter
Cinnamon Sugar

Preheat oven to 350.

Lightly brush one side of each tortilla with melted butter. You could use cooking spray instead of butter, buy why would you ever want to do that? Life Lesson from Sara: If ever given a chance to choose between butter or cooking spray, butter wins. Always.

Then sprinkle on some cinnamon sugar. A little or a lot. Since we’re doing life lessons today, here’s another: If ever faced with the decision to go with a little sugar or a lot of sugar, a lot wins. Always.

Use a pizza cutter to cut those tortillas into wedges. Last life lesson of the day: If you don’t own a pizza cutter go buy one. You will use it for all sorts of things you never knew you needed a pizza cutter for.

Place them on an ungreased baking sheet (sugar side up, incase you are visually impared and can’t tell by the picture) and bake them in the oven for about 10-12 minutes. You’ll see them crisp up. Watch for the edges to turn up.

Remove from oven and let cool. I usually place them on a cooling rack so I can fill up the pan with more, but they can just cool on the pan as well.

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5 comments:

Momma Kaye said...

Do you use the cinnamon chips for this treat? I sure had fun talking to you today. Love you so!

Ebbs said...

That looks so good....I will have to try your recipe.

Mary said...

These really demand to be tried. They look delicious. I hope all is well. Have a great day. Blessings...Mary

Bethany L. said...

I've got to tell you that when I saw your pictures I thought, "Those look really good. Where did Lydia find fresh strawberries at this time of year?" And then I remembered when we had these this summer. Yikes! Time flies! So thank YOU for the reminder about these, I think I'll go make some right now :)

jess and seth said...

Do you remember Daddy's "Buenjuelos?" I actually have no idea how they're spelled, but I remember calling them "Byoon-way-los" . . . these seem similar, minus the oil we fried them in. :) Such happy memories of FHE in our youth!