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this is my first post on here and i know you all are full of such great information that maybe you can help me find something. i got the panera bread cookbook from the library and the recipe for cinnamon bread calls for cinnamon chips. i have never seen these anywhere. do i need to go to a specialty store or are they at the supermarket and i had no idea??i am hoping i can find them in town. i really don't think i want the bread enough to spend S&H on chips. :laugh: thanks!

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this is my first post on here and i know you all are full of such great information that maybe you can help me find something. i got the panera bread cookbook from the library and the recipe for cinnamon bread calls for cinnamon chips. i have never seen these anywhere. do i need to go to a specialty store or are they at the supermarket and i had no idea??i am hoping i can find them in town. i really don't think i want the bread enough to spend S&H on chips.  :laugh: thanks!

I've seen Hershey's cinnamon chips at my local supermarket.

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you are right. i just got off my lazy bum and looked up cinnamon chips and hersheys came up. they have been around since 2000. so now i just have to see if my publix carries them.

"i saw a wino eating grapes and i was like, dude, you have to wait"- mitch hedburg

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I've had the same problem, I use them for baking and now they are gone. I have got to try and find some or figure out how to make them myself. Actually, I'm half-way there, and will post as soon as I find out if they'll do...

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thanks :biggrin:

lime chips, im trying to think about that one. what would you make with those? key lime cookies?

"i saw a wino eating grapes and i was like, dude, you have to wait"- mitch hedburg

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what a great website- i couldn't even look at everything. i ordered a catalog. if i can't find them at the store i will maybe order some from there, and a few bread pans. :raz:

"i saw a wino eating grapes and i was like, dude, you have to wait"- mitch hedburg

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I had the same problems. I looked EVERYWHERE for those stupid cinnamon chips - never did find them and eventually gave up.

Then, about 2 months later - just at the store for something else, and lo and behold, there they were.

Someone told me they may be seasonal. Now that Fall is getting a little nearer, maybe they'll start showing up at the store again?

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you are right. i just got off my lazy bum and looked up cinnamon chips and hersheys came up. they have been around since 2000. so now i just have to see if my publix carries them.

Where are you located? If there's an Amish community near you, stop in one of their bulk food stores. The cinnamon chips are available through the wholesaler that most of them do business with. If you still can't find any, send me a PM and I may be able to assist.

Ilene

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i am in north florida- jacksonville, so i'm pretty sure theres no amish in this area. i will let you know if i need some help. i am going grocery shopping tomorrow and i will see what they have. they might be able to order them for me too. the seasonal thing makes sense too. its like people only cook from october to january. thats when i see tons of recipes in the paper and supermarkets selling lots of baking items.

"i saw a wino eating grapes and i was like, dude, you have to wait"- mitch hedburg

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i am in north florida- jacksonville, so i'm pretty sure theres no amish in this area. i will let you know if i need some help. i am going grocery shopping tomorrow and i will see what they have. they might be able to order them for me too. the seasonal thing makes sense too. its like people only cook from october to january. thats when i see tons of recipes in the paper and supermarkets selling lots of baking items.

almost off topic but the Amish have a resort town in Sarasota

http://www.newhousenews.com/archive/evans032904.html

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wow, i had no idea! that interesting. i've been in fl my whole life. everyone needs a vacation.

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