Cinnamon Chips

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Apr 122010
 

This little treats are very simple and easy to make, it is low in fat but I have to confess…contain sugar. On the other hand it is loaded of cinnamon which is known to contain high amounts antioxidants. These chips can be served with ice cream, especially vanilla, or eaten just like that…but I must advise you…it is addictive, very addictive!

Ingredients:

Lavash bread
3 tablespoons sugar
1 tablespoon ground cinnamon

Method:

In a plate or pyrex mix the sugar with the cinnamon. Cut the lavash bread so it will fit into the plate or pyrex containing the sugar and cinnamon mix. Spray the lavash with water and patch on the sugar mix. Repeat the procedure on the other side of the lavash. Cut into a smaller strips. Bake for 20 to 25 minutes at 275F. Let if cool and serve.
I usually make a bunch of it and store in a sealed container.

Curiosity Corner Jan 2013
Did you know that cinnamon contain antioxidant activity? Moreover, it has been reported that cinnamon has a therapeutic effect in treating type 2 diabetes and insulin resistance.

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  93 Responses to “Cinnamon Chips”

  1. wow these looks great..I bet their great on top of ice cream…did I just saw that aloud..?/ haha

    sweetlife

  2. I used to eat Stacy’s pita chips all the time in college and they were seriously addictive. These look even better!

  3. I could eat a whole bunch of these, yum!

  4. mmmmmmmmm! I love anything that contains cinnamon. I bet these are just crispy and perfect. A great snack…and perfect to set out at a party

  5. What a wonderful, simple recipe to have on hand. I’m sure to use it. I hope you are having a wonderful day. Blessings…Mary

  6. What a great idea crunchy and tasty.

  7. These are really beautiful, Juliana. I would love to snack on them just as they are, or stack them up with layers of fruit and cream for a pretty dessert!

  8. What a fabulous idea!! I bet they are amazing with dulce de leche ice cream…

  9. These look like a fun snack.
    Mimi

  10. These looks crispy and delicious…would be great as a snack! Yes with ice-cream!

  11. Isn’t it nice that for once something that tastes good also good for our health? 😀

  12. you are a genius!

  13. You know we use Cinnamon is all our food, savoury and sweet…
    even the Lebanese Seven Spices contains Cinnamon..
    you are right its not only good , its healthy for us.

  14. ooh, I must try this recipe! I love cinnamon sugar sprinkled on toast, now I must go make some for dessert…

  15. This sounds really easy and delicious.:)

  16. This is a great way to use up lavash bread! I love having somethign a bit crunchy in the afternoon 😀

  17. Juliana, these look tasty! I love cinnamon pita chips but these really look even more delicious!

  18. these look so delicious! perfect snack…easy and healthy!

  19. I shall need a bigger container then.

  20. What a delicious treat minus the oil in chips. I love cinamon. I am definately going to make these as a snack at work.

  21. A great idea! They must be delicious!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

  22. A sweet treat is a nice indulgence. Love the idea of using lavash bread

  23. Yummy! I love treats like this, Julianna! You are so clever to have thought of it! Perfect at 3 in the afternoon!

  24. Mmm…looks very crunchy and delicious. Perfect for snack while watching TV. Thanks for sharing.

  25. What a great idea! So good and crispy!

  26. Just get me a big bowl of these babies!!!

  27. Wonderful easy recipe

  28. Oh snap. You can’t go wrong with these.

  29. Juliana,
    this is fantastic idea, such an easy recipe yet so delicious and fragrant from the cinnamon.

  30. This looks so good, alot of times I just make cinnamon sugar toast for breakfast, this would be much better.

  31. lavash bread is wonderful – i need to pick up a pack!!!

  32. What a sweet little treat! I love these. I would dip them in cream cheese! Yum.

  33. I love cinnamon!!! They look delicious….great snack!

  34. Ooh! I love this variation of pita chips. My favorite flavor, too!

  35. you win, juliana! you win. these are easy, awesome, and CINNAMONY, and i’m smitten. 🙂

  36. These look crispy and delicious! I love cinnamon 🙂

  37. How clever! I am going to make some tmr!

  38. Looking really delicious! How long would they keep for if you store them?

    Thanks!

  39. Hi Trissa, we usually do not have a chance to store this chips for too long since they “disappear” pretty fast 🙂 I believe that if you keep it away from moisture you should be able to keep its crunchiness.

  40. WOW!! So glad I found your site!!!

  41. MMM… Cinnamon! Great recipe!

  42. these look super! I’ve done something similar with tortillas and loved it.

  43. wow! No butter! I am amazed! Great idea!

  44. Seems so simple and fabulous. Great idea!

  45. These look wonderfully delicious! I love cinnamon, and using lavash is genius!

  46. I make these with puff pastry. They sound great with lavash bread.

  47. I really like that you used lavash bread. I’ve only made this with tortillas. These look like such a yummy snack. I love cinnamon!

  48. What a clever way to use lavash. I love cinnamon and these look so easy to make. That puts them in the winning category.
    Sam

  49. Now, THIS, is a lavash I could really love. Great idea.!! And i’m thinking with cinnamon ice cream!!!

  50. Oh my! I love simple recipes and I love this one. I’ll have to try it very soon.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog.

    Paz

  51. Hmm what a delicious treat! My mom makes something similar with flour tortillas, sugar and cinnamon and it was an amazing treat 🙂

  52. These chips sound delicious. I love anything sprinkled with cinnamon sugar and what a creative use of lavash bread!

  53. OMG! i could never say enough for this.. looks ultra yummy! I bet the cinnamon flavor was great

  54. YUM! I Love the idea of the cinnamon flavoring -thanks!

  55. Awesome-looking snack and your photos are amazing!!! Cinnamon is one of my favorite spices. Not only does it taste good, it has lots of health benefits. Definitely one of the go-to spices in my kitchen.

  56. They look delicious and I know I could eat a lot more than just one! Yum! I have to try this!

  57. Such an excellent idea Juliana

  58. Wow this is such a wonderful idea! It looks delicious too! This recipe is a keeper!
    Cheers~

  59. Hi Juliana,

    Thanks for visiting my blog. Hope you visit again 🙂
    This is definitely a sweet treat. I can see that it can be addictive.

    Biren

  60. This would be so nice to eat while watching a movie!

    blowing peachkisses
    The Peach Kitchen
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  61. When my mother would make pies, she would do this exact same thing with leftover pie dough. We loved it!

  62. Very creative! I like this tip!

  63. Thanks for dropping by and your sweet comment…so simple yet crunchy and healthy snack, can we use other bread?

  64. Wow! Those look really good. Now I am totally craving cinnamon!!!

  65. This looks so good!!! you use Lavash bread!
    last time I tried to make some pita bread chips ( as those sold in the store…) , yet I am really disappointed when it comes out. if you have recipes for the pita bread chip, please, please, please post it 😀

    have a great weekend!

  66. Oh I love these things! I usually make them using pita bread though, since that’s what I tend to have on hand.

  67. Hi Tou Tou,

    When I make the pita chips, I usually use the pita bread bought from store, cut into 6 (the same way you cut a pizza) and bake in a oven, until the chips turn slightly brown and are crisp. Never made pita bread from scratch. By the way, thank you for visiting my site and you too, have a great weekend 😉

  68. Oh no, these look too good. I can see how they’d become really addictive! 🙂

  69. I used to make this all the time! Also I would roll up tortillas with butter/coconut oil with brown sugar and cinnamon.

  70. Looks really easy as well as tasty!Thanks for sharing this recipe!

  71. So simple, but it sounds delicious. I would like to try it with whole wheat tortillas.

  72. Mmmm, what a yummy snack!

  73. it is a healthy snack !! CHeers pierre in Paris

  74. I could happily eat these with some oatmeal for breakfast. Ooh, and they would be so so good with ice cream too.

  75. These look fantastic!! I bet they are so yummy. I have made something similar before using tortillas, but I bet the lavash is just wonderful.

  76. Healthy snack it is!

  77. My mom used to make something similar when I was a kid and I totally forgot about them. I think it’s time to resurrect them!

  78. What an ingenious use of Lavash. Simple, quick, “healthy” and I’m sure delicious!!! I can almost smell the cinnamon from here. Watch out Auntie Anne’s!!!

    Thanks for sharing, Juliana. I’m really enjoying your blog. I’m going to bookmark it again, just in case:)

  79. LOVE that you used lavash to make cinnmaon chips. What a delicious and perfect idea! They look and sound amazing!

  80. That’s a great idea, Ju!

  81. What an easy, fun treat to make when you feel the need for just a little something sweet. Compared to a big ol’ piece of cheesecake, too, it’s downright virtuous. 😉

  82. Wow, what a great snack! These look great 🙂

  83. YUM!! I love lavash!! We used to just eat them up toasted, but adding cinnamon & sugar? oh man!

  84. Oh my gosh, I’ve got to try these. I absolutely adore anything with cinnamon. This was in inspired idea!!!
    *kisses* HH

  85. My husband will LOVE these!

  86. Thanks for stopping by my blog! I’ve never been to yours before, but it’s so cute!

    These are great! They remind me of Stacy’s Chips which are so addicting. I always thought they were deep fried so I would never think to make at home. I love that this version is only 3 ingredients and baked! Probably so much healthier without a bunch of fats and oils!

  87. great post as usual!

  88. These look delicious! I’m going to try this, next time I have any leftover bread. Thanks 🙂

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