Low Carb Cinnamon Dippers


Low carb Cinnamon Dippers are so yummy, and perfect for keeping your holiday appetizers low carb and your waistline trim.  It’s also the answer to Kathryn’s request for a good alternative to enjoying this low carb cookie dough dip recipe.

The Cinnamon Dippers are a Fuel Pull on the Trim Healthy Mama plan, which means that you can enjoy a nice stash of these with S, E, or Fuel Pull toppings.  How’s that for versatile!  And my very favorite part is how easy these are to make.

sugar free cinnamon crisp recipe

I start with 2-3 Joseph’s Lavash breads, or Aldi’s low carb flatbreads, and cut them into a nice dipping strip shape with a sharp knife.  Lay them out on a pan, and brush with a tiny bit of melted butter.

We like our cinnamon-sugar [free] mix to be pretty cinnamon-y, so I do about a half and half mix.  If you enjoy it sweeter, try 2 T. of erythritol, xylitol, Truvia, or sugar free sweetener of your choice to a salt shaker, and add about a T of cinnamon.  Shake to blend, and then top your dipping strips with the mix.

I baked these at 350* for about 8 minutes to get a nice golden brown and crispy chip. P1100491

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Low Carb Cinnamon Dippers
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Simple and quick cinnamon sugar [free] dippers are fantastic and versatile...pair them with any type of snack or appetizer. They are a Trim Healthy Mama Fuel Pull recipe!
Recipe type: Appetizers & Snacks
Serves: 6
  • 2-3 low carb lavash or flatbreads*
  • 1 tsp. melted butter
  • 2 Tbs. erythritol, xylitol, or Truvia from the canister
  • 1-2 Tbs. ground cinnamon
  1. Cut each flatbread into 16 pieces with a sharp knife by cutting into 4 equal strips, and then cut each strip into 4 equal pieces. You may stack the flatbread up and cut them all at once to save time.
  2. Lay crisps out on a baking sheet, and preheat the oven to 350*
  3. Brush crisps with a very small amount of melted butter to help the sugar [free] cinnamon mix stick.
  4. Blend cinnamon and sugar, adjusting the ratio to your liking. I like to blend them in a salt shaker or spice jar.
  5. Coat the crisps in a nice layer of cinnamon-'sugar'
  6. Bake for 8-10 minutes, until a nice golden brown. They will continue to crisp up as they cool.
  7. Dip and enjoy!
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 8 crisps Fat: >1 Carbohydrates: 5 net

I’m a little bit lonely this week on Trim Healthy Tuesday, as Stacy is working on something new over at Stacy Makes Cents.  The great news is that Stacy AND Trim Healthy Tuesdays are both working toward some wonderful changes over the next month.  Trim Healthy Tuesday is still going to continue.  So stick around, and I’ll keep you posted!

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  1. Rashel says

    Thank you for hosting each week. Even when I can’t link up, I enjoy reading others links and your recipes as well!

    • Its_Gwen says

      Do you have an Aldi’s nearby? I wonder if they
      would carry it if you asked?

      I’ll keep looking for a homemade version. :)

  2. Rachel Keeth // Lavender&Honey says

    Thank you, Gwen, for hosting this and for sharing my pie recipe this week! I hope that those who try it enjoy it as much as I did.

  3. Rebekah says

    I have been looking for Aldi’s low carb flatbread but I cant seem to find it. Does it say low carb?? They only had two kinds at my local store, a whole wheat version and a regular one.

  4. Krista says

    Thank you for all of your yummy delicious recipes! Man, I so appreciate them! :) I just have one question about this one though, how in the world do you spread ONE TEASPOON of butter over all these pieces! lol I feel like I need a spray bottle!?!? lol 😉 TIA!

    • says

      It’s one teaspoon of butter per serving to keep you in FP mode. :) You can switch and use egg whites if you want, but butter is yummier. I just use a brush and spread it thin!

  5. Judy says

    Beware, mine burnt to a crisp at 350 for eight min, try 3 or 4 min first, now I have to go find more lavish bread before I can have the cookie dip! I WILL get this right, lol

    • says

      Ha! Probably not a great idea, since the entire piece of lavash is a little more carbs than what you’d want with an S snack. I’d stick to half. :) But on the bring side: your snack for later is already made!

  6. Laurel says

    How long can the Cinnamon dippers be stored? Does it make a difference if they are refrigerated or not for longer storage? I need a snack I can make ahead and easily take with me on a long summer trip that includes a conference where I won’t easily have access to refrigerated snacks.


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