The Ultimate Summer Recipe!

Baked Cinnamon Crisps with Fabulous Fruit Salsa
 Must Try!

Really.  Truthfully.  I have never made this without rave reviews.  I first discovered this recipe here and have been making numerous versions ever since.  It is very easy and oh so delicious! 

Baked Cinnamon Crisps
16 medium-sized flour tortillas
Butter-flavored cooking spray
2 cups sugar
3 teaspoons cinnamon

Preheat oven to 350.  Coat both sides of tortillas with cooking spray, then cut into triangles with a pizza cutter.  (I cut four at a time). Combine cinnamon and sugar in bowl.  Dip coated triangles in cinnamon-sugar.  Place triangles on parchment or foil-covered baking sheet and bake until gold brown, about 12 minutes.  These can be made even weeks ahead.

Fabulous Fruit Salsa

1 lb. fresh strawberries
8 ounces raspberries (fresh or frozen)
1 peach or nectarine
2 kiwis
2 apples (I used 1 Fuji and 1 Golden Delicious)
2 teaspoons sugar
3 tablespoons peach fruit preserves (adjust amount to desired sweetness)
a bit of lime juice

Chop all fruit, saving apples for last to prevent browning. (I usually use my Black and Decker Food Chopper).  Combine fruit with sugar, preserves, and lime juice.  Keep refrigerated and enjoy with crisps!

Grateful Mom Goal of the Day:  Appreciating the day and salsa with my family.

Comments

  1. mrsmarkdave says:

    Wow! This looks delish. You've just given me something else to use my food processor for.

  2. A Randomlicious Blog for the Soul says:

    mmmm looks delicious! Thanks for sharing! I've never had a fruit dip before but it sounds divine!

  3. Amanda @ Gratefully Growing in Grace says:

    This looks so fabulous. I almost want to go to the store right now to get the ingredients!

  4. i have never had fruit salsa, but I've used the cinnamon crisp thingies for a simple "cannoli" dip!

  5. Thanks for a great, simple, summer recipe!! Have a great weekend!

  6. My mouth is watering. That looks soooo yummy! I'll have to try it sometime soon!

  7. Motivated Mom says:

    Wow this looks so delicious. I can't wait to try this recipe! Thanks for sharing.

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  8. yummychunklet says:

    I was planning on making my own flour tortillas. Now I'm going to have to set some aside for these sweet ones! Thanks for sharing!

  9. Caffeinated OC Mommy says:

    Oh that looks wonderful! I'll have to give it a try… Cups Up! xoxo

  10. This is ohhh so yummy! I have made it several times with several variations of fruits. Now, I am wishing that I would have made some today. I could really go for a fruit snack right now.

  11. Kristen Tschida says:

    Love, LOVE your blog. Thanks for a smile. http://morethanjustamomma.blogspot.com/

  12. Karen Greenberg says:

    Wow, that looks fantastic! I'm going to have to give it a try. It might be the next thing I bring to a pot luck if I can make it without ruining it. (I'm not very good in the kitchen). Thanks for sharing!

  13. N.Kimbrell says:

    This looks incredible! Thank you for the fun recipe!

  14. I am so gonna try this 🙂

  15. That sounds delicious and even easy enough for me to make.

  16. Colleen @ Mommy Panda says:

    Aaah this look amazing! I'll have to see if I can fit it into my calorie allotment for the day, lol!

    PS: I have a "make it" linky & this would be a great addition if you wanted to add it!

  17. RoryBore says:

    I made this and took it to a backyard BBQ — they loved it!! it is the perfect summer solution to the old standard of nachos and dip. Thanks!

  18. Laura@livingabigstory says:

    Doc's response to the pic was perfect: "Yum!" I've made the cinnamon crisps from tortillas, but I've never tried it w/a fruit salsa. Must do.

  19. I Am Not Superwoman says:

    Mmm…these look good. Funny thing I was going to make something similar to this for Haydens party this past Saturday but ran out of time. Maybe this weekend! I bet the kiddos loved it!

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