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Check out my website for daily blogs!http://www.elleandblair.comFollow me on twitter!http://www.twitter.com/juicystar007Subscribe to my beauty channel!http://www.youtube.com/juicystar07Like me on facebook!http://www.facebook.com/blairfowlerofficialSHOP!http://www.shopglitzyglam.comShop our Cellairis cell phone cases designed by me and Elle!https://www.cellairis.com/retail/ElleBlair.aspxAddress to send me letters!Blair Fowler5850 W. 3rd StreetP.O. Box #230Los Angeles, CA 90036ere's what you'll need:Apple Pie Party Dip-3 apples (I like using Granny Smith)3 tablespoons apricot preserves2 tablespoons light brown sugar1 teaspoon cinnamonCinnamon Sugar Chips-4 flous tortillas1/4 cup unsalted butter1/4 cup granulated white sugar1 teaspoon cinnamonTools-medium size mixing bowlwooden spoonpastry brushcookie sheetpie pan (optional for serving)Instructions:Apple Pie Party DipPeel and dice apples and place them into a medium size mixing bowl. Add apricot preserves and light brown sugar then stir to combine. Mix in the ground cinnamon a little bit at a time until there is a light coating on your apples (about 1/2 teaspoon). Cover with plastic wrap and chill in the refrigerator.*Best served the day it's made but can be kept in the fridge overnight.Cinnamon Sugar ChipsUsing a pastry brush, sweep a cookie sheet with unsalted melted butter. Cut 4 flour tortillas into wedges and arrange on the baking sheet. Brush the butter over these as well. Sprinkle with granulated white sugar and cinnamon. Use the brush to evenly coat the tortillas with the sugar and spice. Place in a 350 degree oven for about 10 minutes or until golden brown.*Best served the day made but can be covered and stored for up to 3 days.Serve chips on a plate or platter with party dip in a pie pan sprinkled with crushed up cinnamon sugar chips.FTC Disclaimer:All items mentioned were purchased by me. None of the companies mentioned are paying me for this video. All opinions are my own.