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Yummy. The cinnamon chips are the best.

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cuppycakes July 11, 2011

this was very tasty! i made some minor variations to it though. i didnt put any cinnamon or sugar on the tortilla chips, but just baked them plain. also, instead of orange zest, which i had none of, i added a little lemon juice and some lettuce to make it a meal! good stuff. healthy, just the way i like it

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superblondieno2 April 01, 2007

We really enjoyed this recipe. I used honey and no orange zest. I mashed some strawberries and chopped some. I'm not sure the chinnamon chips turned out as well as they could have because the recipe doesn't give a temperature. I used 350, but they took longer than 5 minutes. Will make again and will share this recipe.

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Crocheting Mama October 10, 2006

What a perfect way to enjoy the strawberries that are at the roadside stands at this time of year! The flavor of the fresh fruit really shines when served this way. The entire family enjoyed this and decided that we'll make this simple and healthy dessert/snack again. Maybe next time we'll throw in some diced peaches, kiwi or even blueberries...whatever is in season. Thanks for a wonderful recipe!

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Acerast June 27, 2006
Strawberry-Apple Salsa With Cinnamon Chips