I found a really interesting recipe somewhere in the blogosphere (I don't remember where, so if you recognize this recipe, leave a comment with the credit!) and it looked super delicious. I had about 25 people over to the house for the Fourth of July, and I wanted to make something refreshing! This recipe is so easy, and it can really be customized to your preferred tastes.
Here is what I used to make this particular batch:
(you can use whatever fruit you like)
1 pkg. of strawberries
1 pkg. of tortillas (I used the thicker fajita style)
Cinnamon & Sugar mixed
*I was going to use that giant box of peaches in the picture above, but word to the wise- peaches don't dice easily...they smush.
Mix the cinnamon and sugar together until you get a nice mix.
Brush a little bit of Olive Oil on the tortilla, and sprinkle the cinnamon sugar over top.
Next, finely dice the fruit.
(I squeezed a bit of lemon juice on the diced apple so that it wouldn't turn brown)
And strawberries. Combine in a bowl.
Looks like real salsa, right?
Before I cut the fruit, I used a pizza cutter to make "slices" out of the tortilla, then I baked them for 10 minutes at 350 degrees. They should come out of the oven golden brown and crispy!
After the tortillas are baked and the fruit is cut, use the whipped cream to top it off! Delicious!
What I love about this recipe is that it takes a staple: chips, salsa, and sour cream, and turns it into a dessert of cinnamon chips, fruit salsa, and whipped cream! And it is super easy, which is always a plus.