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  • Beckey Watson

    Easy Leaf Crackers using rice or eggroll wraps and cookie cutters, painted with beet juice, and spices added to olive oiled leaves.

  • Jamie Leffert

    leaf chips!

  • Kelley Ferguson

    Falling Leaves Spice up wonton wrappers with curry, dill, basil, and juice from a can of beets to create these colorful crackers. Use cookie cutters to make leaf shapes, spritz them with vegetable-oil spray, and brush on one or two flavorings. Sprinkle the leaves with sea salt and bake on a cookie sheet at 400 degrees F for about 4 minutes.

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