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  • Nichole Fahs

    Use a cookie cutter and corn tortillas to make star shaped tortilla chips. Sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar. Cute for Christmas or 4th of July.

  • Nancy Leavitt

    Creative food craft ideas | Edible Crafts | CraftGossip.com

  • Anita Burdzel

    Star tortilla chips, cut with cookie cutter and bake. Add butter and cinnamon sugar for a sweet deal.

  • Angie Wilson

    Great for the 4th -- baked Star Tortilla Chips, with a hint of cinnamon

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