Thursday, April 21, 2011

~Fun Food Friday...Fruit Salsa and chips~

A few days ago I found this recipe on my friend Pam's blog. When I told my husband about it (who was raised eating Mexican food and loves REAL salsa,) he didn't think it sounded very impressive. But when I made it he changed his mind. =) The first time I made it I didn't have strawberries, so used a whole fresh mango instead, and it was yummy. I only made 56 cinn. chips. The 2nd time I made it, I used strawberries and it was good too. (This time I made 92 cinn. chips and they were all eaten!) I used my homemade tortillas (from last Friday's post) to make the cinn. chips and they were delicious!

~Fruit salsa and cinn. chips~
2 T white sugar
1 T brown sugar
3 T jelly (I used sugar free peach)

Dice the fruit. You can use any fresh fruit you have on hand. Add the sugars (Splenda works) and jelly. Mix well. Brush melted butter on tortillas. Cut each tortilla into six pieces. Sprinkle with cinnamon sugar. Bake at 350 degrees for 7 minutes. 
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And as always...Enjoy! =)


Sarah Watkins said...

Hey Heather, this is Sarah Watkins. I started following your blog when Elijah was sick. (I only heard that he was sick so I googled your name to find your blog. Oh, and I am SO thankful he is better now!!) I really enjoy your blog! Thanks for taking the time to share with us. I may not comment every time, but know that I enjoy it. :)
This recipe looks really yummy. I also tried this butter cookies you posted a while back. Josh came home and was delighted-- I had no idea he liked those, so I was happy too! :)
I also have some long over due thanks for that email of recipes you shared with me way back when. I made the yummy chicken casserole the first time I ever cooked for Josh (before we started going together.) He was so impressed!! :) I have usedthat recipe MANY times since then as well.
You have BEAUTIFUL children!!! Just in case you hadn't noticed. Lol.

Anonymous said...

What a pretty and tasty dish! Trust your worship and day honoring the Resurrection will be a blessed one. First we were to have guests and then not, and now I don't know so we will see who comes, since you can't. ;) Kiss those little kids on the nose for Gram. Love to you all, Moma

lila said...

Beautiful looking salsa.

Daryl Hausman said...

One of my favorite salsa's is pineapple salsa. This looks close to that. Glad that God has placed you all where you can get lots of yummy fresh fruit for SO cheap! Love ya lots,

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