I have to tell you that I'm not much of a cook but I took this to an office potluck and people freaked out! They asked me how to make it, they wanted the recipe, they wanted to know where I 'bought' the chips and were floored when I said I made them. I'm so thrilled with this recipe. What a simple tasty dish with an original flair. I guarantee no one else will have this at your next get-together. I followed the recipe closely but omitted the sugars in the salsa as I thought there would be plenty of sweetness with the cinnamon chips. I forgot to buy butter spray so I brushed on melted butter to each chip before sprinkling the cinnamon and sugar on top. I used a pizza cutter on the tortillas thanks to another reviewers suggestion and that worked perfectly. Based on other suggestions I made sure to take the time to cut everything very small and used strawberry preserves. My only mild complaint was that this took me forever to make. Who knew such a simple recipe would take so long. At first I was like, Oh this is soooo much fun...an hour into it, not so much. lol. Oh and btw, I had a few tortillas left to bake and no more melted butter, so I just sprinkled them with water so that the cinnamon and sugar would adhere and they turned out fantastic. Lastly, I baked a flour tortilla in a oven proof bowl so that I could serve the fruit salsa in it. That was another spectacular suggestion. Thank you for the recipe and thank you all for the wonderful suggestions. Love this site!
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I have to tell you that I'm not much of a cook but I took this to an office potluck and people...