Thursday, May 29, 2014

Fruit Salsa

I had my monthly girls night last night and I wanted to make something new. I looked through my Pinterest files and found a recipe for fruit salsa that honestly was one of my very first pins years ago. (Can you believe Pinterest has been around for YEARS now?!?!)

The whole recipe was super easy and was a hit with all the girls. Perfect spring and summer appetizer or dessert. I combine a couple different recipes and you can totally use whatever fruit you like best or what you have in the house.

Fruit Salsa
1 Kiwi
1 Handful of Strawberries
1 Handful of Raspberries
1/2 Green Apple
1 Peach
Strawberry Preserves
Lemon Juice

Dice up all fruit into tiny pieces. I peeled the kiwi and peach before I diced them. Then in a glass bowl heat up a couple spoonfuls of preserves and the juice from a whole lemon for just a couple seconds. (I did this because I found it easier to mix with the fruit.) Then mix everything together and refrigerator until ready to serve.

Cinnamon Chips
Soft flour tortillas
Butter flavored cooking spray

Stack three or four tortillas on top of each other. Stray each one with the cooking spray. Cover each tortilla with cinnamon and sugar. Take a pizza cutter and cut into slices. I cut mine into quarters but I'll probably do eighths next time since the chips were a little too big. Separate each slice and bake on a cookie sheet in a single layer at 350 degrees for 8-10 minutes. Let them cool and you are ready to go.


  1. looks good and colorful! :) I might have to try the chip recipe

  2. This looks great! I have a strawberry salsa recipe I've been wanting to try...and yum, cinnamon chips!?

  3. I just found your blog and I LOVE that you say in your about me section that you hate to proofread and sorry about the errors hahaha. I am the same way. I always read my blog posts and think there are no errors and later I always find a misspelling. Anyways, this salad looks great and so perfect for a girls night.


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