"Ono-licious", pronounced ds. (Ono = delicious) And the rest of the family agreed. These were so easy to make, but looked & tasted as though much more effort had gone into their preparation. I made them with strawberries the first time & then went out & sold my first born (just kidding...) to buy some raspberries & with them it was nothing short of spectacular!! Editing to add that we have made this numerous times in a frying pan when we were too lazy to grill. It is almost as good that way & a bit easier.
Delicious! Tried these with raspberries and strawberries - both were equally great.
I made this to end our Mexican night with guests and everyone said they were a perfect ending. I used a 12oz bag of frozen raspberries that I had thawed and then let the juice strain out and did them on the Foreman grill. I served it with some vanilla ice cream with raspberry sauce and a tropical sauce. Will be making again!! Thanks!
We thought these were great! We make them on the george foreman! Thanks for posting!
Made these with fresh picked raspberries, wow what a quick and simple dessert. Topped with a dollop of whipped cream.
Mmmm...Yummy! I made these for dessert tonight using fresh picked black raspberries and they were a hit. So delicious and easy to make. I topped with fresh whipped cream and sprinkled chocolate shavings on top. Thanks for a truly wonderful dessert!
Delish, I love chocolate covered strawberries and this was even better, warm with cinnamon sugar on top. Thank you for a great recipe, fancy and easy enough for company. A Keeper!
OMG! These are SO decadent and so easy! I made these with strawberries and the combination with melted chocolate...oh, heaven. I cut the strawberries into eighths and heated the tortillas in the microwave. I wasn't sure about the burritos holding together on the grill but it wasn't a problem. We ate these with barely out of the freezer fat-free Cool Whip and enjoyed the contrast of warmth from the burrito with the cold from the Cool Whip. Thanks for a great recipe!