Mmmmmm, these are so good! It's a great Valentine's treat that you can easily make at home. How did I make them? Take a look!
I cooked Tortillas in my cast-iron pans.
Wait for them to start to bubble, then flip!
See the little golden brown 'spots'? That means you are well on your way to a nicely toasted tortilla.
I stacked the cooked tortillas on a plate.
Here I pulled out Cinnamon and sugar. I made a mixture and put it into a shaker. I used a piece of parchment paper to make a little funnel so that I did not miss any of the sugary deliciousness!
Place the cooked tortilla's on a parchment-lined cookie sheet. Do not use your Silpat type inserts for this. You will see why later!
Coat the tortillas with melted butter.....yum!
Sprinkle with the cinnamon-sugar mixture....double yum!
Now, using your pizza cutter, cut the tortilla in to triangular-shaped chips. I cut the tortilla into wedges, then cut the wedges into smaller pieces. (Now do you seen why you don't use your nice Silpat mats?)
Bake in a 350 degree oven for 10-12 minutes....they smell so good when you take them out!
Quickly remove from the cookie sheet and place on a towel. Allow them to cool. (If you leave them on the cookie sheet, they continue to cook and can get burned spots).
Aren't the chips yummy-looking?
Now, make your Strawberry Nacho's. Begin with a layer of Cinnamon-Sugar chips. Place your sliced (and sugared) strawberries as your next layer. Grab your Whipped Cream (I was lazy, I used the can-type) and finally drizzle with melted chocolate.
Did you gain 5 lbs just reading this recipe? I think I did!
This recipe comes from here from "Best Bites".