for this recipe Dessert Nachos
|1 package||Shirriff Key Lime Pie Filling & Dessert Mix|
|0.5 cup||sour cream|
|6||flour tortillas (8-inch/20 cm)|
|3 tbsp||butter melted|
|2 tbsp||granulated sugar|
|0.25 cup||dark chocolate chips|
|0.75 cup||chopped strawberries|
|2 tbsp||toasted shredded coconut|
|2 tbsp||torn fresh mint|
Prepare Shirriff Key Lime Pie Filling & Dessert Mix according to package directions. Let cool slightly; stir in sour cream. Refrigerate until completely chilled.
Meanwhile, preheat oven to 350°F. Stack tortillas and cut each into eight wedges. Toss tortillas and melted butter until well coated. Place tortillas in single layer on two parchment paper–lined baking sheets. Sprinkle with sugar.
Bake for 10 to 15 minutes or until lightly browned and crisp. Let cool slightly. Transfer tortillas to one baking sheet.
Meanwhile, microwave chocolate chips in microwave-safe bowl, stirring every 30 seconds, for about 1 minute or until chocolate has melted.
Sprinkle strawberries, coconut and mint over tortillas, then drizzle with melted chocolate chips. Serve with key lime “guacamole.”
These nachos are also delicious topped with chopped banana, mango or pineapple.
We need these cookies and similar technologies to enable the basic functions of our website. This includes, for example, saving these settings. This is strictly necessary so that you cannot switch this off.
We also use technology providers who may process your data in the United States. In this case, there is a potential risk that US security services may access your data on a large scale and without prior notice, and that you may not be able to take effective legal action against this in the United States.
To ensure that we can tailor our marketing campaigns to your needs, we collect how you come to our website and how you interact with our advertisements. This helps us to make not only our ads, but also our content even better for you. Our marketing partners also use this information for their own purposes, e.g. to personalise your account or profile on their platform.
We also work with partners who may process your data in the United States. In this case, there is a potential risk that US security services may access your data on a large scale and without prior notice, and that you may not be able to take effective legal action against this in the United States.