Here's what you'll need:
Cinnamon/Sugar combo (make yourself or buy the little shaker pictured below for $0.99 - go ahead, buy it - help the economy, you can use it over again to hold glitter for your kids art projects)
Tortillas (I used 6, but use as many as you'd like)
1. Preheat your oven to 400 degrees.
2. Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil and spray with non stick spray.
3. Use the pizza cutter to cut the tortillas into 1/8ths. Wow, Mrs. Burrell (my 5th grade teacher), did you see that? I ACTUALLY used fractions. You were right, I would need them when I grew up - who would've thought.
4. Lay out your wedges on your baking sheet - it's kinda like doing those tanagram thingies.
5. Use your pastry brush to brush a little water on each wedge. You don't need much, just enough so that the cinnamon/sugar sticks.
6. Sprinkle on your cinnamon/sugar.
7. Bake for about 8-10 minutes. Just enough to see the edges brown and get crisp.
Variations: I dipped mine in a chilled chocolate fondue (if you want the recipe, email me), but on any flavor tortillas you could sprinkle taco seasoning and use cheese for dipping. You could sprinkle oregano and parmesan cheese and use marinara for dipping. You could sprinkle some garlic and parmesan cheese and use hummus as a dip. Or you could just brush with melted butter with a little salt and pepper and use any dip you want.
These are great homemade chips without a lot of fuss and the kids LOVE the fact that they helped make them.