By yaya78006 on December 19, 2006
Photo by Kymmarie
Photo by Kymmarie
"My friend Judy B.'s recipe. We serve it with Bluebell Homemade Vanilla Ice Cream."
Serving Size: 1 (164 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 8
"Made for Office party and they were a huge hit. Used 2 cans of cherry pie filling on recommendation of a friend!"
"Oh my goodness! I'm not generally a cherry fan but these were outstanding! I took a tip from another reviewer and sprinkled these with almonds, they toasted up nicely to add more crunch! I will make these again!"
"These are delicious. I used 8-inch tortillas and filled 6 of them because I like lots of filling ;) We topped them with vanilla ice cream as you suggested - DD and I couldn't stop eating them! These would be popular for a potluck. I've made an apple version but DD prefers the cherry so we'll have to keep this recipe handy. Thanks for a great dessert yaya78006 :)"
"Really, really yummy!!! How can you go wrong with such wonderful flavors??? I added the sliced almonds to give it a little extra flair for company. Next time I make it, I think I will also put mascarpone cheese inside - a gooey little surprise. Thanks yaya!!!"
"OH YUM!! These were a hit with my family! I didn't have any taco-sized flour tortillas on hand, but I had some burrito-sized cinnamon sugar flavored tortillas. When I mixed the filling, it didn't look like enough to fill my giant tortillas, so I doubled the filling ingredients (there was plenty of the syrup mixture as-written, though). The doubled filling was enough to fill 10 of my burrito-sized tortillas. I had quite a bit of the syrup left over after assembling my enchiladas, and I was afraid that they would be swimming in sugar syrup, so I ended up setting aside about 3/4 cup of the syrup rather than pouring it on. Because of all the sugar already in the recipe, I passed on the cinnamon sugar topping and just sprinkled plain cinnamon over it all (besides, doesn't the extra cinnamon help regulate the elevated blood sugar from a dessert like this anyhow? Bonus! lol). The finished dish had lots of gooey cherry sauce, and the tortilla part reminded me just a bit of sopaipillas. Wonderful hot out of the oven with a big scoop of vanilla ice cream. Even DH, Mr. I-don't-like-sweets, came sniffing around to see what I was pulling out of the oven that smelled so heavenly! Thanks for posting!"