Learn how to make the easiest, yet most impressive dessert tacos in under 10 minutes
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There is absolutely nothing better than a crispy, deep fried tortilla covered in cinnamon sugar. Then filled with warm, gooey Nutella, fresh fruit, and topped with chilled, airy, homemade whipped cream.
Does that sound like a dessert? Basically, it is – but I have been known to make these special tortillas for breakfast, too! It’s a wonderful way to start your morning. If not every single day, at least on Sundays. Enjoy this with a cup of cold milk and you have the perfect treat you won’t want to share with anyone!
This recipe requires deep frying so it seems a little lengthy, but it truly is not. It only takes about 10-15 seconds to get the tortillas ready so you’ll be on your way to the next step in no time. To make everything go smoothly and quickly, prepare your station before hand so you’re able to go through it all quickly.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Sophia Inza.
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Quick Tip: Push the tortilla down as it fries to achieve a golden color much faster. Keep a close eye on it though so they don’t get a deep brown color.
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