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WOW these are AMAZING!! We pay so much for these in our favorite Mexican food joint that now I feel foolish for not looking for this recipe sooner! They are exactly what you pay $4-$8 for after dinner. I made these up on a whim tonight while I was making dinner! I am not sorry I did either. The are cheap, and easy ... I am all about that! What better way to get rid of extra tortilla that just sit in the icebox?Thank you sooo much!!
These are absolutely, phenomenally delicious and easy. When I read this reicipe, it just so happened I had about 1/4 inch olive oil still in a pan from having just a bit ago finished dinner. I thought what the hell, I've got totillas, why not just do two as a test. One, I did according to your recipe...YUMMY!!!...The other I did "savory", on different strips I tried parm cheese, seasoning salt, lemon pepper, vinegar/pepper. The fact of the matter is these things are way out, and far beyond any store bought snack! You can put about ANYTHING on them, and all are equally delicious, and each tortilla took only about 3 mins to do. Thanks for sharing, and I'll never buy another chip of any kind!
These were a crunchy, sweet snack to nibble while I carried on in the kitchen for ZWT3 this afternoon. Very nice. Thanks, Jessica. (:
I made these for ZWT3 for a dessert to go along with our taco's. These were nice and crispy and a great treat!!! My son said, "you need to make these more often."
I love these bad boys! Mine didnt really "puff" up, but they still were great. I served ice cream and carmel sauce on top. Made for ZWT 3!
My mom use to make these for me growning up. I loved being the one to sprinkle the sugar and cinnamon. I liked that this recipe added nutmeg, it gave them a nice kick. I made these using whole wheat tortillas (since it was all I had) and made some Mexican Cafe con Leche (Coffee with Milk). My 7 year old son really enjoyed helping me make these.
These are absolutely gorgeous, and made with items that are readily available in the house. My parents loved them almost as much as I did, and I know I'll be making these again.
I love these things. I started making them in High School when I needed a quick (I was a procrastinator) and easy dish for Spanish class. These are so delicious and simple. They're nice when you're craving sweets and don't want to go to the store, because most of us have these ingredients on hand. Everyone should give these a shot. Thanks for posting.
I made these every so often when I'm craving a sweet snack and we don't have anything on hand. It's a good recipe since it's basically pantry stuff and tortillas which we always have in the fridge. The shake and bake works better than just sprinkling on the sugar and spice.