7 Reviews

Delicious! I made them for a Girl Scout potluck Fiesta and they were a huge hit- everyone wanted the recipe. I thought they were perfect soft (no need to make them crunchy)- they seemed to melt in your mouth this way. I only used a couple spoonfuls in each tortilla and that was plenty. I folded the sides then rolled them (like a wrap). I cut them in half and then baked them in the sauce mixture and served them with the sauce, warm. Awesome!!! Apple tasted like a cross between apple pie and a cinnamon roll. Yummmm!

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gophergirl February 23, 2007

These were ok for me. Maybe they would be better had I not covered them while they were baking so they could crisp a bit. I cut this recipe in half baking them in an 8x8 pan and it seem to work pretty well.

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Sabia November 18, 2005

A quick and easy recipe and the perfect way to finish a Mexican dinner party. (I also served Awesome Chicken Salsa #34297 and a Mexican Layered Salad # 91569.) I alternated tortillas with a strawberry and mixed fruit filling and found that I didn't need to use too much. It went very well with vanilla ice cream.

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Barbara 211 May 25, 2005

Sorry, but, mine didn't turn out very tasty. Hubby wasn't fond of them either. Followed the recipe as written using cherry pie filling, but....., ah! well you can't win them all.

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luvadacook August 20, 2011

this was an excellent recipe. i made 1 pan of apple and 1 pan of cherry to take to a pot luck at work, and all of the got eaten!!! they were very delicious!!! after baking them, i did put them in the broiler for a couple minutes so they got a little crunchier.

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krista bonamour February 15, 2005

This recipe taste great and is easy to increase for larger groups. I find that the can of fruit filling makes 6-7 decently filled fruit enchiladas. I made strawberry, peach and apple this time. I agree that some vanilla ice cream is all that is needed to make this dessert perfectly. Everyone asked for the recipe!

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Kris Morrell June 30, 2004

Made these this morning, quick, easy, and very good! I even forgot to put the vanilla in and everyone said they didn't miss it. I could not get 10 out of 1 can of filling though, only about 5-6, and that was with only a couple of skinny teaspoonsful. Also made an extra portion of the syrup and divided it between 3 pans, 1 with peach, 1 with cherry and 1 with apple and all 3 were great! Will definitly make again. I am sending it to all my e-mail family & friends. Thanks!!!!!!

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Trudy47 June 06, 2004
Dessert Peach or Apple Pie Filling Enchiladas