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Strawberry Dessert Nachos with Cinnamon Chips

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Dessert nachos are a must next time your sugar cravings hit. Strawberry Dessert Nachos with Cinnamon Chips is a simple shareable dish that you’ll want to keep all to yourself! Crispy cinnamon chips are topped with juicy strawberries, drizzled with oozing chocolate, and finished with puffs of whipped cream and fresh mint. After taking one bite of these you’ll be wishing one platter would be one serving 😉


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Sweet or Savory?

Let’s be real, all nachos are wonderfully amazing but do you prefer savory nachos or sweet nachos?

When the weather’s nice, there’s nothing I love more than drinking a cold beer and munching on a big plate of nachos piled high with various salsas, cheeses, pulled meat, veggies, and more

I recently learned of dessert nachos and couldn’t believe I had never had them before! I have the biggest sweet tooth and all aboard for a sugary take on an old favorite.

These strawberry dessert nachos are meant to be made with ingredients you probably already have in your panty, and prepared in the simplest way possible. For an authentic fried Mexican dessert check out this homemade sopapillas recipe!

Top the cinnamon chips with any of your favorite fruits, dips, nuts, and spreads to enjoy a tasty creation of your own. And don’t forget the homemade whipped cream!

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How to: Make cinnamon chips

Have you ever used soft tortillas to make chips? When I realized this little trick it was so funny to me how simple this was and how I never thought of it!

Using fajita-sized flour tortillas, cut into various triangle shapes.

Add to a gallon baggie and pour melted butter over them. Shake vigorously to ensure each triangle gets coated. 

You can also use a basting brush and to brush butter over whole tortillas, and then slice. I just find the baggie version easiest even though it may not be perfect!

There may be a few pieces that stick together. After shaking a little, separate the stuck together pieces and continue shaking. 

Mix the cinnamon and sugar in a small bowl. Then pour into the baggie and shake until dispersed. The triangles should be covered in delicious cinnamon sugar!

Bake at 350 degrees F for 8 minutes. Flip and continue cooking for 4 min. Let cool completely on a wire rack. 

Don’t fret if the chips feel soft, they will get more crispy as they cool!

How to: assemble strawberry dessert nachos

Once the crispy cinnamon chips have cooled, place on a large plate or serving platter.

Chop strawberries into bite-sized pieces and sprinkle over the chips. 

Melt the chocolate chips in the microwave. Microwave for 30 seconds and stir. Continue microwaving at 15 second intervals until melted, stirring after each one. A spoonful of coconut oil can be added before melting for a glossier, smoother chocolate drip, but isn’t necessary.

Pour melted chocolate over the strawberry nachos. Top with spray whipped cream as desired and garnish with fresh mint leaves. Enjoy immediately!

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strawberry dessert nachos
strawberry dessert nachos

Strawberry Dessert Nachos with Cinnamon Chips

Strawberry dessert nachos are a must for your sweet tooth, made up of crispy cinnamon chips topped with strawberries and melted chocolate.
5 from 24 votes
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Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American, Mexican
Keyword: desserts, nachos, snacks, strawberry

Ingredients

  • 4 fajita-sized flour tortillas
  • 1/4 tbso butter melted
  • 1 tbsp cinnamon
  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 8 oz strawberries chopped
  • 1/2 cup chocolate chips melted
  • whipped cream as desired
  • mint leaves to garnish

Instructions

  • Cut the tortillas into various triangle shapes. Place in a gallon baggie and pour in melted butter. Shake vigorously to ensure each triangle gets coated. If pieces get stuck together, separate and continue shaking. 
  • Mix the cinnamon and sugar in a small bowl. Pour into the baggie and shake until dispersed. 
  • Bake at 350 degrees F for 8 minutes. Flip and continue cooking for 4 min. Let cool on a wire rack. Chips will get more crispy as they cool.
  • Once cool, top with strawberries and melted chocolate. Add whipped cream as desired and garnish with fresh mint leaves.
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Have you ever made cinnamon chips out of tortillas? Share your favorite ways to enjoy them below! I can’t wait to try them with ice cream this summer ☀️

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69 thoughts on “Strawberry Dessert Nachos with Cinnamon Chips”

    1. These look so yummy. Never thought of do sweet Natchos. I just learned how to make tortillas from scratch so this gives me some thing new to try

  1. I’ve never heard of or tried Dessert Nachos – but now it’s all I want! Thanks for sharing this recipe looks super easy and I can’t wait to try as my mouth is watering as I write! Thanks for this post!

  2. 5 stars
    LOL! I read the whole article backwards! Jumped straight to the recipe and printed it! I cannot WAIT to make this – it’s my birthday this weekend and traditionally we go to my favorite mexican restaurant – this is going to fall right in line with my birthday menu. Thank you so much for the timing of this recipe!!!!!

  3. 5 stars
    Sounds delicious!!. I have never tried the sweet version of nachos and the pics of the recipe is so tempting that I have to try this very soon. thanks for sharing.

    1. OMG this is the best idea! I have little kids and I can imagine they would love to eat anything transported on a nacho-ship.. I’d just never thought of getting them to eat fruit like this!
      Wonderful post, thank you!

  4. It seems an easy and fun way to use tortillas; and strawberries, chocolate, and whipped cream on top of the nachos. Your recipes are simple to try and delicious to eat.

    Thanks for sharing, Kalin. xx

    1. Monique Rickard

      Yummy! I can’t wait to try this out. Thanks for including how long to bake the tortilla chips in the oven. I tried making my own chips once for savory nachos and accidentally burnt them to a crisp.

  5. These look incredible! I’m a huge fan of every ingredient in these…but never considerd putting them together as “sweet” nachos! Yum! I can’t wait to try making homemade tortilla chips! Thanks for this great recipe! Pinning for later! 🙂

  6. I’ve just pinned this for later because it is definitely something I need to try soon! It sounds incredible! I’m not usually the biggest sweets person, and chocolate isn’t my favorite, BUUUT when you add in the strawberries and whipped cream and mint??? That just makes the whole kit and caboodle absolutely divine! I can’t wait to test it out!

  7. 5 stars
    I’ve never heard of dessert nachos before, but this looks so good! I also have never made my own tortilla chips before, but I want to give it a go because I love desserts especially strawberries & chocolate!

    1. 5 stars
      This looks absolutely amazing! It’s a great idea and a different way of having dessert. I definitely will try it soon

  8. I have never made dessert nachos before but your easy tip on how to make cinnamon sugar tortillas has me sold. These look delicious!

  9. I’m not really a cheese girl, so nachos have never really been a favorite food of mine. But these dessert tacos, on the other hand, looks delish!

  10. Yum! This looks so delicious – I cannot wait to try it. I have done cinnamon sugar chips before with fruit salsa, but never did I set it up like nachos. It looks amazing!

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