Sometimes you want to change things up and make a dessert dip that your guest will love. This Fruit Salsa is one of my favorite recipes to make with my family. It makes 10 servings, but it's enough for a small dinner party.
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees while you dice your fruit.
All the fruit needs to be peeled and diced; luckily I have the best cooks tool ever made! The Williams-Sonoma professional chopper. All I have to do is peel and place the fruit in the chopper. I wanted the fruit perfectly diced so that it wasn't too heavy for the chips.
After all the fruit is diced, I mixed the sugars and preserves in a small bowl until blended. The sugar helps draw the juices out of the fruit, so it's more like salsa.
I then spread the mix over the fruit to mix it well. I suggest a rubber spatula, so you don't destroy your beautiful dice job.
Looks fantastic and super colorful.
Next I made the chips. If you want to skip this step you can buy cinnamon graham crackers or Trader Joes has some yummy ones too!
I used wheat tortillas for my chips.
Place a tortilla on a cookie sheet and spray with butter. Then sprinkle your cinnamon sugar mixture on top. Cut with a pizza cutter before you place it in the oven and cook for 8 to 10 minutes until crispy!
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- 2 Kiwis
- 2 Golden Delicious Apples
- 8 oz Raspberries
- 1 lb Strawberries
- 2 tbsp white sugar
- 1 tbsp Brown Sugar
- 3 tbsp fruit preserves any flavor
- 10 10 inch flour or wheat tortillas
- Butter flavored cooking spray
- Cinnamon Sugar
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees
- Dice fruit into small pieces.
- Mix sugars and fruit preserves together
- Add sugar blend to diced fruit.
- Place a tortilla on a cookie sheet and spray with butter.
- Then sprinkle your cinnamon sugar mixture on top.
- Cut with a pizza cutter before you place it in the oven
- Cook for 8 to 10 minutes until crispy