By Charlotte J on November 13, 2003
Photo by NorthwestGal
Photo by NorthwestGal
"Quick snack that the kids will love."
Serving Size: 1 (16 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 16
"Made these for my boys for breakfast and we all enjoyed them. I followed the recipe as written other then I used Splenda instead of sugar as that is what I buy. This was a nice change for breakfast. Made for ZWT5."
"These were so simple to put together and delicioso too! I used a low fat margarine and splenda and it still worked out well. I think doing it on the stove would be better for a crispier finish but the whole point of this is that it can be done in the microwave too. I was having a kiwi along side these for breakfast today and wrapped a bit of the kiwi in it and that went very well. I bet apple would be even better. Made for the Chow Hound team as part of ZWT5."
"These are one of my sons favorite snacks. He likes to roll them up so he doesn't lose a bit of sugar! Thanks for sharing. "
"My dad is crazy as a baby for these little delightful treats! He really craves for more of these. This recipe is addictive!! Love you for posting this! :) "
"I made these for my 1 and 3 yr old boys afternoon snack. They both really seemed to enjoy them. There was actual silence in my house for a good 7 minutes. I'd say that's a good sign. Thanks for adding a little creativity into our snack time."
"This was a very nice quick snack. It is not just simple to make, but is is really tasty too---just like a warm piece of cinnamon toast. Thanks, Charlotte. Made for ZWT5."
"I made these for my kids ( not my first time, but a great refresher for sure!). As you would expect, they loved it. We used it as a dessert. Thank you for a ncie recipe that can be revisited anytime! **Made for ZWT5**"
"5 stars without the microwave and with Recipe #342174, Yes! Nice to roll them and cut them into small logs as a snack or part of breakfast. I used brown sugar and canola oil because of a dairy allergy but obviously butter would be tastier. Photo posted. Will make again, thanks. Made for ZWT5 for Cooks With Dirty Faces."
"A great easy snack for morning or afterschool kids really enjoyed helping to make these. I cut them into triangles and the kids did the rest easy and quick made and reviewed for zwt 5 genies of gourmet"
"My toddler enjoyed this snack cut into bite-sized pieces. I used whole-wheat tortillas to sneak in a serving of whole grains. As suggested by Juju Bee, I cooked the tortillas on the stove and they came out nicely. This snack pairs well with a banana."
"This was a nice easy snack for my kids to make. Great! Thanks."
"My kids loved these. I am sure it will become an afterschool staple at our house."
"My 7 year old and my 5 year old made these by themselves today. Here is the review: We loved them not flipped over in the microwave. I think it's very good and you should try to make it."
"Oh my, the kids went crazy over these. We made them for breakfast, they were quick and easy to make. The kids ask for these alot. I can't keep enough tortillas in the house. Thank-you."
"My aunt was from Mexico and she often gave me this as a snack when I was a kid. I still love them like this today. It's a great way to use up leftover tortillas too. They are delicious!"
"tasty simple snack. taste good with lots of cinnamon/sugar mix."
"Easy & fun to make. Thanks for the easy snack recipe. ;)"
"This is a old family favorite of ours as well - except we roll our up after microwaving (sometimes we also use a little cream cheese instead of butter). They make a great after school or late night snack -easy & yummy."
"My family has been making these little treats since I was young! The only difference is we heat ours over a gas stove then spread the melted butter and sprinkle with cinn/sugar. I am glad you posted this recipe, it is always yummy!"
"I had the children over from next door. They just loved making these. A real kid pleaser and for that fact it pleased my taste buds also. You just can not get any easier than this and please so many. Thank You"