Nachos With Fruit Salsa

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Total Time
30 mins
15 mins

A sweet, creamy and fruity dessert nacho to serve as an appetizer, after your hot and spicy Mexican meal or to serve as a special treat at breakfast.

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  1. Combine chopped and drained fruit in a small bowl.
  2. Cover and chill for up to 4 hours.
  3. Combine sugar and cinnamon in a shallow dish.
  4. Brush 1 tortilla at a time lightly with water on both sides.
  5. Cut tortilla into 6 wedges.
  6. Dip one side of the tortilla wedges into the sugar and cinnamon mixture.
  7. Arrange in a single layer on a foil lined baking sheet, sugared side up.
  8. Bake in a 500 degree oven until wedges are crisp and golden (3 to 4 minutes) Cool slightly on racks while preparing the rest of the wedges.
  9. While wedges are baking, combine cream cheese, orange juice and honey in a 2 qt sauce pan.
  10. Stir over low heat until sauce is smooth.
  11. To serve nachos, mound chips on individual serving plates.
  12. Pour some of the sauce over chips.
  13. Top with fruit salsa.
Most Helpful

5 5

This was so good.The sauce was not too sweet and complimented the fruit well.I used a pizza cutter to cut the tortillas into wedges,which made it go fast.I ate way too much!!!!Thanks for a great recipe,Karen.

5 5

Just what I was looking for. I love using fresh fruits and am always trying to think of ways to use them in desserts. This is a winner!

5 5

So So So good!! I'm not sure if I used the same ammounts of fruit, I just put in a whole container of strwberries and the largest cans of pineapple and manderine oranges I could find. I added a cup or so of blueberries. I chopped the strawberries up with a chopper and it made them too fine, died the rest of my fruit pink next time I'll cut them by hand. I also added about 2 Tbs sugar to the fruit since my kiwi were a little sour. I brushed the tortillas with lime juice and left out the cinnamon. The cream cheese sauce was flawless!! My guests raved--this will definately be a summer pot luck staple!