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Delicioso: A Simple Cinnamon Chips Recipe Perfect For the Afternoon Snack Appetite

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Today was a good day – the kids went back to school for the winter holiday break, and there was something back in my air of calmness and control.  I think by lunchtime I was feeling a bit of guilt in my inner happiness for having the day just to myself … I wondered how their first day back was, and if they were spending the majority of their day happy, too.

I had an idea – I’ll make them something sweet, but unique, for an afternoon school snack!  These cinnamon chips instantly came to mind because cinnamon is the aroma that tends to find itself in many things over the winter period … and us Texans love our chips!  And, voila … it didn’t take much to decide this was THE snack 🙂

With ingredients you probably have already in the refrigerator, this 15-minute recipe is delicioso … in fact…

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  1. Angela Yegyayan says

    These look like a yummy snack! Being gluten sensitive I will have to try them with corn tortillas. Or, I just may have to make my own tortillas with a non gluten flour.

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    • Trying the recipe with corn tortillas can definitely be another option to remaining gluten-free! If you do, though, you’ll want to sprinkled a little more sugar. Also, for extra crisp, once you’ve cooked them, leave them out for a few hours. You’ll find they’ll gain in crispiness the more air they get :). Enjoy!!!

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