Cinnamon Sugar Chips

September 2, 2014

Cinnamon is one of my absolute faaavorite spices. I love the smell, the taste, the versatility, and anything cinnamon flavored like candles, protein powder, cinnamon raisin peanut butter (hello, yes).

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I’m the type of person who could eat the same thing over. and over. and over again. Not only because it’s easy, but I truly love everything I eat and crave it. However, lately I’ve been trying to get more versatile with my meals. I think it’s important to do so anyway just so you can try new things!

So I remembered an easy little snack that I used to make a few years ago and completely forgot about it. Cinnamon sugar chips. It’s so easy, I can’t even call it a recipe. You can use pita bread, a wrap (joseph’s or flat outs are great), tortillas, anything really.

I ended up using a pita (Joseph’s brand) for this recipe, and it came out as sweet pita chips. So yummy!

Ready for the crazy complicated recipe?

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All I did was spray the pita with coconut oil cooking spray, sprinkle cinnamon, and a bit of stevia. Put it into 400-450 degree oven for about 6-8 minutes. Or you can just watch it and wait until they get crispy like chips. THAT’S IT. Oh yeah.

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Baked to perfection. I had them on the side of my morning veggie/feta omelet before the gym. I needed some carbs and these sounded delicious. I’ll probably make these everyday for the next 5 years.

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They’d be good with anything though honestly. Dipped in peanut butter, with ice cream, yogurt, the possibilities are endless.

 

Do you eat the same things every day or try to eat more of a variety?

What is your favorite spice?

I also love cumin and garlic for savory things.

7 Comments
    1. Cinnamon is the god of spices! I go though bottles and bottles of it! Cinnamon on EVERYTHING!
      Haha! I like making Cinnamon “tortilla chips” by baking a Brown Rice Tortilla in the oven for like 15 minutes with just some cinnamon sprinkled (poured) on…it’s so good!

    1. Haha I read this after having doused my lunch with about a teaspoon of cinnamon – and my lunch included broccolli and hummus. Totally works. So yeah, that’s my number one spice, and I’m also with you on garlic. I’ll add oregano to the mix too because I’m on an italian kick right now! I also have some pita just waiting for this – just need a dip!

    1. SEE? and lately Ive only been using in my coffee!!
      great recipe idea.
      now to see if I even have any left 🙂

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