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Weekly Recap

Hi Everyone and Happy Sunday!!

Today I have for you a simple recipe that you can put together in just a few minutes.  It’s my Cinnamon and Sugar Lavash Chips.  Ever since I made my Pumpkin Nut Butter, I have been wanting to find something that was semi-healthy to dip in my nut butter and the Cinnamon and Sugar Crisps are perfect!!

I made these chips using a Lavash Bread.  If you’re not sure what Lavash Bread is, it’s a Middle Eastern flat bread that is kind of like a flat, rectangle shaped pita.  It’s perfect for making pizzas, rolling up to make wraps or making chips.  You can buy Lavash Bread at the deli section of most grocery stores or Trader Joe’s carries it too!!  It’s only 70 calories for half a flat bread which is pretty good considering the Lavash Bread is pretty big in size.  Bigger then a large tortilla shell.

To make these chips, all I did was cut them into squares, placed on a baking sheet, sprinkle cinnamon and sugar on top, bake for 5 minutes, flip and bake for 2 more minutes. They turned out perfect!  They are crisp, sweet and last for days in a sandwich baggie.  15 chips is only 84 calories and 0 fat!  Thats not bad at all considering 7 cinnamon and sugar pita chips are 140 calories, plus 7 grams of fat!  Oh, and these are so good crushed up on frozen yogurt, like my Pumpkin Frozen Yogurt or Apple Pie Frozen Yogurt.  Plus dipping into Nutella, Peanut Butter or Pumpkin Nut Butter!  he he

If you remember last year I made Lime Lavash Chips which was perfect for dipping into hummus!!  These chips are so versatile, you can add anything you want to them.  Earlier this week I also made garlic and pepper Lavash Chips, which I found highly addicting.  I didn’t post a recipe for them, but all I did was sprinkle some salt, garlic powder and cayenne pepper over the top and baked.  These chips will satisfy your need for crunch!!!

If you’re a potato chip or pita chip person, then you must make these chips!!!

Cinnamon and Sugar Lavash Chips
Nutrition Information
  • Serves: 60 chips
  • Serving size: 15 chips
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A sweet and crispy baked cracker that is made with cinnamon and sugar,
Ingredients
  • 2 sheets of Lavash Bread
  • 1 tsp. cinnamon, ground
  • 1 tbsp. sugar
  • Cooking Spray
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees
  2. Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil and spray with cooking spray.
  3. Cut one sheet of lavash bread into 30 squares. Do the same with the other pieces. I found cutting them with a pizza cutter works quick and easy.
  4. Line the Lavash bread on baking sheet. Try not to overlap them. Lightly spray with cooking spray.
  5. In a small bowl add cinnamon and sugar. With a sifter add the sugar and cinnamon and shake over the lavash bread.
  6. Place in oven and bake for 5 minutes. Flip the crackers and bake for 2 minutes more.
Notes
Calories per 15 chips: 83.7, Fat: 0, Sodium: 90, Cholesterol: 0, Potassium: 2.9, Carbs: 13.6, Fiber: .03, Sugar: 3.2, Protein: 2

Here is this weeks weekly recap:

Sunday:  Apple Pie Frozen Yogurt plus last weeks weekly recap – This apple pie frozen yogurt is such a refreshing wonderful treat and is perfect for a Fall dessert!

Monday – My Little Secret – This was such a fun post for me!  I loved making it!!  Yes, it’s true I do sneak in come chocolate every once in a while and it seems lately I have had a major sweet tooth!  But I think you can tell with this weeks recipes!

Tuesday – Sopressata and Genoa Salami Calzones  – This was another Emeril Lagasse Recipe.  My Husband LOVED these calzones!! They are so easy to make and so delish!  You can add whatever you like in them like spicy chicken sausage with roasted veggies!

Wednesday – Pumpkin Nut Butter – This pumpkin butter is so addicting it’s crazy!  It really tastes like pumpkin pie!  I have been dipping my lavash chips in it all week!!!

Thursday – Almond and Anise Biscotti – These are such a wonderful Italian cookie.  I took them to work and they were a hit with my co-workers.  I also froze a batch of them.  I like to re-warm them in the oven to make the fresh and crispy again.

Friday – Pumpkin Bread with Chocolate Chips – Oh my gosh this bread is amazing!  Moist, low calorie and contains no oil!  It’s amazing how soft and moist it is.  The bread isn’t super sweet, like you get from Starbucks, but it’s almost a rustic tasting quick bread.  This was also a hit at work!!  My Husband loved it too!  He was proud to come home from work and tell me he ate the whole loaf himself!!   If you like a nice sweet, healthy pumpkin bread then this is the recipe for you!!

Saturday – Peanut Butter, Banana and Honey Grilled Sandwich – Oh my gosh this was so darn good!  I never grilled a peanut butter and sandwich and I was missing out!   Perfect for my dinner, but would be great for lunch too!!

Well that is it for this weeks recipes!  Looking back, I really, really did have a sweet tooth!  Reminds me, that I need to try better this week, so expect less sweets and more meals.  Especially since I am going to the Daily / FoodBuzz event this weekend!  I know there will be lots of eating going on!  Are you going to the event?  I hope so, I would love to meet my fellow bloggers!

Have a great rest of the weekend!!

Toodles,

Jennifer

P.S.  This weeks craving!  Chicken Pot Pie Soup!  With the chilly weather coming, I have been wanting soup!

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Comments

  1. Fat & sassy = happy mouths!

  2. These cinnamon-sugar crisps look fabulous! Love your blog, and can’t wait to meet up on Friday for Foodbuzz Fest…

  3. Your crisps are perfect for your yummy pumpkin nut butter! And I MUST make that chicken pot pie soup for the hubby…it looks terrific~

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