Baked Cinnamon Sugar Chips

I had cinnamon sugar chips at a baby shower I went to recently and they were so good I kept going back for more! I decided I wanted to give them a try myself and they turned out great, not to mention they were super easy!! This is a great dessert, appetizer or snack and kids will love it too! I topped it with a strawberry puree, but you could do fruit salsa, melted chocolate or whatever your fancy.  I can’t wait to make these for our next party!

Baked Cinnamon Sugar Chips
Source: Our Best Bites, method inspired by Food Network

6 taco sized (small) flour tortillas
1 tbsp. melted butter
3/4 cup sugar
4 tsp. cinnamon

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.  Cover a baking sheet with parchment paper, set aside.

In a small bowl, melt butter in microwave for 30 seconds.  Set aside.

In another small bowl stir together the cinnamon & sugar. Set aside.

Take one tortilla and brush it with the melted butter on both sides.  Take the second tortilla and stack on top of the first tortilla and brush the top with melted butter (this way you only have to brush the tops after the first tortilla). Repeat for all tortillas.  Once tortillas are stacked and buttered, cut the stack into six equal triangles.  Take each triangle and  dip each one into the cinnamon sugar mixture knocking off any excess and place on the baking sheet.  Repeat for each triangle. Be sure triangles are spread out evenly on the baking sheet so that they don’t get soggy.  Bake for 10-12 minutes until golden brown and crispy.  Allow to cool completely.  Top with your favorite fruit puree, fruit salsa, or even better melted chocolate!

*You will have cinnamon sugar left over, but just store it in an air tight container for next time or use on toast or to top a baked sweet potato.

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    1. These look so simple & delish! Will definitely be trying these this weekend!

    2. I love these, my kids would get them out at our local Mexican place. I never thought to make them, so easy.

    3. Oh my goodness! These are my favorite and I’venever made them. having the recipe could be dangerous!! :) Check out my jewelry giveaway!
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    4. These turned out fantastic! Plus my nephew LOVED helping dip them in the cinnamon sugar. Thanks for the easy quick recipe!

    5. So that’s how you make these Cinnamon Sugar Chips. Always wondered how Trader Joe’s made their Pita chops. Thanks for the recipe. These look fantastic! Hope you don’t mind but we are going to copy this recipe and make it with our Ceylon Cinnamon Sugar.

    6. Just made these – they were great! I especially love them a little soft. They’ll also be great with a sugar glaze to dip them in. :)
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    8. These are wonderful with a fruit salsa

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