served this at a dinner party last night with 2 additions -- chocolate sauce for those that wanted to drizzle on top of their quesadilla and a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream!! rave reviews!
I used pears instead (because that's what I had) and my family loved them. What a great starter recipe. The possibilities are endless. Bananas and Nutella, Peaches, apples, it all works!
YUM! I expected these to be good, but not THIS good! We used whole wheat flour tortillas and neufchatel (our store doesn't seem to stock fat-free cream cheese). We will make these again in a few weeks when we have overnight guests.
As written it was a 4 star, but the second one I made with chocolate chips and that made it a 5 . I wonder how it would be with apples.
I used mixed berries & Splenda in this quesilla. Very yummy & easy to make. Made for Zaar Stars Tag
I very much enjoyed this for breakfast this morning. I made pretty much as stated. I did use a whole wheat tortilla for mine. I also used blueberries and raspberries with the strawberries. very yummy.
We loved these for breakfast! My husband declared them the best camping breakfast ever (we had them while on vacation). It was quite easy to make my own with nonfat cream cheese and splenda and everyone else's with sugar and regular cream cheese. We used strawberries, but other fruits would be great as well. The whisper of cinnamon was just right. Thanks for posting!
I had some leftover indian (chappati) wraps so used these to make this for a mid morning snack. A very nice, quick treat to have with coffee instead of biscuits. Thanks, made for ZWT III.
These were a terrific quick snack with a wonderful flavor and texture combination. I did not have any flour tortilla so I used white corn instead. (Though this may not work for others, I love the combination of berries and cornmeal -- think blueberry corn muffins.) Berries are plump and sweet right now so just 1 teaspoon of Splenda was enough. The real surpise here was how well the cinnamon and berries worked togteher. :yummy: Thanks Annacia
This made a nice snack yesterday. I found that I enjoyed it more once it had cooled a bit, rather than straight off the pan. I used some extra cinnamon inside, and sprinkled the top with some cinnamon sugar mixture after cooking. Thanks for posting!