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  • Megan Vickery

    Bazaar but I want to try... Cinnamon sugar radish chips: a super easy snack option to satisfy your sweet tooth! They also taste delicious as greek yogurt toppings #sweet #snack #summer

  • Mandy o

    Vegetable chips via cool mom picks maybe I can get my kiddo to eat some veggies!

  • Coeur Sports

    Cinnamon sugar radish chips? #healthy #food #recipes

  • Jessica Dandona

    Vegetable chip recipes: Cinnamon Sugar Radish Chips. (And several other veggie chips recipes.)

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baked radish chips @sweetcsdesigns....mine never got crisp even though I cooked them for 30 minutes. But they were delicious. Who knew I'd love roasted radishes? I might try this on a stoneware pan.

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