Dessert Nachos — so easy, yet so amazingly delicious!

This post was written by my foodie sister Robin, who is now sharing all of her favorite recipes and kitchen tips regularly on the new Make It and Love It – in the KITCHEN” portion of this blog. Try a few of her recipes…your belly will thank you! -Ashley

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I love nachos. Any time, any where. They are my favorite.  At a restaurant, they are always my first choice for an appetizer.  I think it is because there are many components to nachos and it can easily be shared with a crowd. It’s full of every kind of yummy goodness, layered on top of each other.

 

On the other side of the coin—I have a sweet tooth. So I came up with my take on DESSERT NACHOS!!!

 

Crispy and chewy cinnamon/sugar chips, scoops of creamy vanilla ice cream, drizzles of your favorite sweet toppings, some added fruit slices…….oh yum, time to start scooping!

 

Dessert Nachos....so easy, yet so amazingly delicious! --- Make It and Love It (in the KITCHEN) 

 

 And yes, this is crazy delicious.  Crazy fast.  And crazy addicting.  Seriously, once you start, there’s no stopping……mmmmmmm!

 

Dessert Nachos....so easy, yet so amazingly delicious! --- Make It and Love It (in the KITCHEN)

 

 

Who needs cake when you can make these really simple Dessert Nachos?  In minutes?

 

And the combination is like a delicious ice cream sundae……except ditch the spoon and transport each bite into your mouth with a crispy and sweet dessert chip.  Really, you’ve just gotta try it!

 

Dessert Nachos....so easy, yet so amazingly delicious! --- Make It and Love It (in the KITCHEN)

 

 

Okay let’s get the party started!!

 

 

Here is what you need for 2-3 people–

 

Shopping List:

  • 1 cup sugar
  • 3/4 tsp cinnamon
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 4-5 corn tortillas (2-3 fajita size flour tortillas)
  • canola oil
  • vanilla ice cream

Optional toppings:

  • hot fudge sauce
  • caramel sauce
  • honey
  • chopped strawberries/chopped fresh mint leaves
  • chopped nuts
  • sprinkles, etc.

 

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First, mix the sugar, cinnamon, and salt in a shallow bowl, before making the chips.

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I cut the corn tortillas in fourths (for flour tortillas, cut into sixths ).IMG_0682

 

Pour about a 1/4 inch of canola oil in a fry pan and heat on medium high heat.  It is ready to start frying when  the oil boils when submerging the tortillas. IMG_0688

 

Flip the tortillas when the they get brown.   They don’t come out completely even and that is okay because you get a nice combination of chewy and crispy—and it is heavenly.IMG_0693

 

 When the tortillas are done, let them sit on a paper towel for just a bit.  You want the oil still glistening on the chips so that when you toss them in the cinnamon/sugar mixture they will stick to the chips.

 

Then arrange on your plate.

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Now for the fun part. Place a few scoops of ice cream and drizzle your favorite toppings.  I used hot fudge, caramel, and honey on my 3 scoops of ice cream.  All were amazing!

 

Dessert Nachos....so easy, yet so amazingly delicious! --- Make It and Love It (in the KITCHEN)

 

 

The chopped strawberries with the added mint leaves make this to die for! 

 

Dessert Nachos....so easy, yet so amazingly delicious! --- Make It and Love It (in the KITCHEN)

 

 

Impress your friends with this new take on the classic ice cream sundae. 

It will make a memorable dessert—guaranteed!

 

Excuse me for a bit so I can put a little in my belly!

-Robin

 

 

 

 

 

 

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8 Responses to “Dessert Nachos — so easy, yet so amazingly delicious!”
  1. 1
    Jodi says:

    Oh yum! This looks good!

  2. 2
    Robin says:

    yummy summer time dessert! I could see myself cooking these for friends out on electric skillet on our covered patio with grilled peaches and pineapple chopped on top. yum!

    • 2.1
      Robin says:

      Oh man, that sounds heavenly with the grilled peaches and pineapple. I’m gonna have to make more. ;)

  3. 3
    eva says:

    These look delicious. They look a lot like sopapillas. It’s a very yummy mexican dessert. I am definitely trying it for our kids.

  4. 4
    Jenn says:

    These look so easy and yummy! I am adding this to my recipe book right now. Thanks Robin!

  5. 5
    Lynse Guerra says:

    That’s bunuelos. Typical for Christmas or New Years in Mexico

  6. 6
    Maggie Avrit says:

    Are these REALLY good even though they’re made with corn tortillas? I’m gluten-free (not by choice), but I sure loved flour tortillas.

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