It’s time once again for the Secret Recipe Club.
This month, I switched to Group D, and now I get to explore a whole new group of blogs. And, as luck would have it, I was actually assigned the Group D hostess’ blog, Fantastical Sharing of Recipes. Lucky me!
Fantastical Sharing of Recipes is written by Sarah, a young mom that is chronicling the recipes she tries and loves. She has a wide variety of recipes, and there’s probably something in there to suit just about everyone’s tastes.
This month I let the kiddo choose the recipe. And, I’m sure you’re all shocked, but he chose a sweet recipe. He is currently sitting in the dining room making nom nom nom sounds while noshing on Fruit Nachos. For breakfast. It’s a sleepover morning. That’s how we roll.
I, of course, had to modify the recipe just a bit, to suit our food restrictions. But, the spirit of the recipe is the same.
5 gluten-free “flour” tortillas. (I used brown rice tortillas.)
1/2 cup sugar
2 t. cinnamon
spray oil (I use the hand-pump sprayer – just oil pumped with air.)
1 container non-dairy yogurt (I used So Delicious Vanilla Coconut yogurt.)
Sauteed Apples (recipe below)
Preheat oven to 375°. Mix together the sugar and cinnamon. Spray each tortilla with oil (or brush with oil). Sprinkle cinnamon sugar on tortillas. Cut into 8 pieces. Bake until crispy. (Gluten-free tortillas take a bit longer – mine took about 11 minutes.)
Top tortilla chips with sautéed apples (or other fruit of choice) and dollops of yogurt. Nosh.
1 T. coconut oil
2 apples, cored and diced
2 T. maple syrup
In a skillet, melt the coconut oil. Add apples and maple syrup. Sauté until edges are brown – about 10 minutes.
This is a great idea for the rice tortillas. I am not a huge fan of them, but this looks like it would be delicious!
Yah I’m not a huge fan of the rice tortillas either. But, the kiddo loved these. Crispy and sweet – what’s not to love, right?
Ooh, this sounds delicious + i love that you topped ’em with sauteed apples – so perfect for fall! =)
Thanks. Yah, I had to go with a warm topping for fall.
The sauteed apples sound like such a perfect topping for this, perfect for fall
These look and sound amazing! YUM!!!! Welcome to group D! 🙂
Welcome to group D, Deanna! These fruit nachos look delicious – I have a bunch of brown rice tortillas in my freezer, so I might make these sometime in the future!
What a great twist on nachos! Looks yummy…welcome to Group D!
These look delicious! What a great fall treat!
What a fun treat – great way to get kids to eat some fruit and yogurt at snack time!
fun fall treat. So many different options too when you consider all the different kinds of fruit you can use as well. great post