My Churro Toasted Sweet Fruit Tacos are the perfect light dessert for your family and friends with a crispy cinnamon sugar shell!
I am so excited to share these cinnamon sugary sweet fruit tacos with you today! I’ve partnered with Old El Paso to bring you some delicious Mexican-style recipes this year.
These dessert tacos are great for summer and light dessert or even brunch. The cinnamon toasted taco shells are filled with a honeyed greek yogurt topped with slightly sweetened fruit.
Use your favorite fruit to individualize your guests tacos. Any sliced and diced fruit works great!
You’ll use Old El Paso’s Stand ‘n Stuff Soft Flour Tortillas for my sweet tacos.
They fit right in your hand. You can fill these with so many fun ingredients. The kids love the fun shape of these shells!
Let’s start by brushing the inside of each shell with melted butter.
Sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar. Mmmm!
Time to bake until golden and crisp.
Sprinkle a spoonful of sugar over your sliced and diced fruit.
Stir and let sit for a few minutes.
Prepare your yogurt filling by stirring honey into the greek yogurt until sweetened and combined.
Fill each cooled taco shell 3/4 full with yogurt filling.
Top each taco with spoonfuls of sweet fruit.
Garnish each with a mint leaf if desired.
Churro Toasted Sweet Fruit Tacos
Prep time: 10 min | Cook time: 20 min | Total time: 30 min
- 6 Old El Paso Stand n’ Stuff Soft Flour Tortillas
- 3 tablespoons melted butter
- 3 tablespoons granulated sugar
- 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
- 2 cups sliced strawberries
- 1 cup diced peaches
- 1 cup blueberries
- 1 tablespoon granulated sugar
- 3 cups plain greek yogurt
- 3 tablespoons honey
- 6 mint leaves
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. and place tortillas onto a large baking sheet lined with parchment paper.
- Brush tortillas with melted butter and sprinkle each with cinnamon and sugar mixture. Bake tortillas for 20 minutes, until browned and crisp. Remove and let cool for 15 minutes.
- Place strawberries, peaches and blueberries into a large bowl. Sprinkle with sugar and stir to combine. Let sit for 5 minutes. Place greek yogurt and honey into a large bowl, stirring to combine. Fill each tortilla shell 3/4 full with yogurt and top with spoonfuls of sweet fruit. Garnish each taco with a mint leaf if desired.
Makes 6 Servings
This is a sponsored post for Old El Paso however thoughts and opinions are my own.
Had so much fun in Austin, Texas last week with Old El Paso. I am part of their blogger program this year along with 10 more of my blogging friends. Looking forward to creating fresh new Mexican recipes with them!
Tuesday evening, we had a delicious dinner at La Condessa with some unforgettable food! From the corn on the cob and bacon brussels sprouts to the carnitas and hot brownie skillet with banana ice cream….I will not soon forget them
Photo via Sommer
We stayed at the most charming little hotel, Hotel San Jose. The rooms were so unique and cozy and had the best fluffiest pillows. Concrete floors, cowhide rugs and was even stocked with unique organic soaps and shampoo…. loved my room. Hope to come back to visit again.
The next morning it was time for our Austin taco tour. We hopped on a bus and met our taco guide, Mando Royo, cookbook author of Breakfast Tacos in Austin. Armando was the coolest guide ever. His love and passion for tacos was contagious and he knew of all the best places to get them in Austin!
Our first stop was Veracruz All Natural Tacos, all prepared in a food truck. The ladies who graciously served us were so wonderful and brought out 3 of the most delicious tacos I’ve ever had.
They served us a migas taco which I had never heard of before this trip. It was an egg taco with corn tortilla chips throughout. Hard to explain but it was to die for. They also served us a fish taco that blew my mind and an amazing chicken taco. Talk about heaven! Their corn tortillas were homemade and some of the best I’ve had. What a treat.
Our second stop was Joe’s Bakery and Mexican Food. We walked in and saw a giant case of Mexican Cookies and pastries in a long case in the front of the restaurant. We walked back to our table and they had a 3 more tacos each for us to sample! We sampled their tacos and tried their colorful cookies. They told us a little secret about how they get their bacon extra crispy…..they dredge each piece in flour then cook it on a griddle. Not even kidding it was soooo crispy and fabulous. Gotta try that tip! Fun restaurant, great food and has been serving guests for many years.
Our third stop was Tacodeli. It was tucked inside a great neighborhood and I loved watching all of the people flock in for lunch. It’s dog friendly too. Lots of sweet pups joined their owners for lunch at Tacodeli. They served us so many tacos. All I know is that everything I tried was delicious. I would go back next time I visit Austin for sure.
Their queso was to die for! Salivating just thinking about it, lol!
Our last taco stop was Al Pastor Mexican Restaurant. They had the best Al Pastor taco I’ve ever had. So full of flavor. And that completed our taco tour for the day. We were so full!!
Later that afternoon we met up for a trip to the Austin Farmer’s Market. We teamed up with a partner to create recipes using Old El Paso products and fresh ingredients from the farmer’s market.
Maria and I had a great time developing our two recipes. We were chopping, dicing, sautéing, baking, and prepping our little hearts out, lol! Stay tuned for the recipes coming soon.
How fun is this cupcake with my face on it?! Such a fun little surprise for us. These cupcakes were delicious from Polkadot Bakery. The Chocolate Peanut Butter…..nom nom nom
Such a great time in Austin with these women. It was a pleasure meeting some new friends and reconnecting with old ones. Looking forward to creating recipes with them this year!!
Be sure to check Instagram for more pictures under the hashtag #freshestbloggers
This is a sponsored post for Old El Paso but thoughts and opinions are my own.
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With just a few ingredients, you’ll have restaurant style nachos on your table in no time. Enjoy!
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You might remember a couple months ago when I wrote about making time for family meal time. I have been trying to make it a goal to sit down together more often during the busy week with my family.
I’d say overall we’ve been doing pretty good. Not perfect by any means, but doing it more often.
One of the things Dr. William Doherty who has studied the importance of family mealtime recommended was to have the kids help clean up after the meal.
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My Chicken Roasted Vegetable Mac and Cheese is the ultimate comfort food!
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Before I do, can we talk mac and cheese for a second? I absolutely LOVE creating new mac and cheese recipes. This one I have developed for you today uses Foster Farms cooked chicken breast along with roasted broccoli, asparagus, onions and bacon crumbles. Does not get better than this. So …
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Treat yourself to my buttery crisp Cheesy Mediterranean Bacon Quesadilla this week. You’ll be glad you did
Is there anything better than a hot off the skillet, flavor packed, cheesy and buttery crisp quesadilla? I have fond memories as a kid enjoying my mom’s quesadillas and this recipe is one of my favorite ones yet! It’s always a pleasure teaming up with Land O’ Lakes to bring you a new buttery recipe. This one does not disappoint and takes just minutes to prepare with some amazing ingredients.
Break out your favorite large skillet and let the deliciousness begin.
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My Candied Raspberry Baked Bacon could not be more simple to prepare and irresistibly delicious!
If I could jump up and down with excitement telling you about this recipe I would! These drool worthy strips of sweet and salty bacon are heaven sent. I’ve partnered with Smucker’s to bring you simple recipes that use their amazing jams and preserves.
You won’t believe how simple this recipe is!
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My Zesty Spanish Rice Chicken Soup Recipe is simple to prepare for those busy weeknights and is full of great Mexican flavor!
Happy Cinco de Mayo! I am celebrating with this delicious and so simple to prepare Mexican style soup. It’s packed with my homemade spanish rice, vegetables and chunks of chicken in a flavorful zesty broth.
Cholula is my go to hot sauce for everything. It flavored my broth perfectly without being too spicy. We love it in my house!
Be sure to check out Amanda’s Firecracker Shrimp Tacos with Avocado Corn Salsa HERE for another fun Cholula Cinco de Mayo recipe.
Here are the ingredients you’ll need for your soup. Simple pantry and refrigerator items. To save yourself some time, cook your chicken ahead of time so it’s ready to go
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Enjoy my Chicken Pecan Mexican Rice Salad this week! So simple and flavorful!
It’s always a pleasure partnering with Fisher Nuts to bring you new recipes! I had so much fun creating this zesty Mexican rice salad loaded with chicken, vegetables and Fisher Nuts Chopped Pecans. Chicken and pecans go together so nicely. Adds a great nutty texture to each bite. I’ve also blended a simple cilantro dressing that gets stirred into the salad. This is a perfect salad to bring to a potluck or even by itself as a light dinner. All of my favorite flavors!
Hope you enjoy!