Applie Pie Burritos #FoodieFriday

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Today’s recipe is brought to you by my husband Mark. He surprised me periodically with his creativity in the kitchen. Especially when what he is saying, doesn’t sound all that appetizing to me.
If you recall I’ve attempted, not once, but twice, to make mini Apple Pies using puff pastry, and failed both times. So we had a nice bowl of Apple Pie Filling sitting in our fridge. I knew I needed to use it, I just didn’t know how.

Then in comes Mark and he says
“Hey, you know that Apple Pie filling in the fridge?”
yes?
“I was thinking, let’s wrap it in a tortilla, and drizzle butter, cinnamon and sugar on the top.”
really? That sounds….not so great. But what the hey, let’s give it a go.

An hour later (with a small twist of chocolate and ice cream by me) – “Holy Moly! This is good! I need more apple pie filling!”
And that my dear readers is the story behind Apple Pie Burritos. A little late for Cinco De Mayo (my bad), but that’s OK because these are good anytime, anywhere.

Apple Pie Burritos

Ingredients
4 flour tortillas
1 TBS melted butter
1 tsp Roasted Saigon Cinnamon
2 tsp sugar
Chocolate syrup
ice cream
Directions
Warm the apple pie filling up in the microwave. About 2-3 minutes (stop periodically and stir).  Spoon 4 TBS filling (or your own desired amount) of filling onto a tortilla. Roll the tortilla up. Repeat with each tortilla. Drizzle melted butter across all 4 tortillas.
In a small bowl combine Cinnamon and Sugar. Sprinkle over the tortillas. Top with a few scoops of Vanilla Ice Cream, and drizzle on some chocolate syrup.
Eat, Enjoy, Make some more. 
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15 thoughts on “Applie Pie Burritos #FoodieFriday

  1. Everything looks soooo good. Thanks for co-hosting with Diane! These link parties are always a great inspiration. I cook every night of the week and inspiration is sometimes in short supply. This helps. A lot!! 🙂

    Have a great weekend!

    Lisa

  2. Too funny–this week I'm doing a recipe from my hubby too! And yes–we have a lot of those same moments where I doubt him and it turns out he's right 😉 Oh and since I posted by Strawberry Fields Salad recipe last week I'm seeing duplicates of it everywhere–I guess great minds think alike, LOL! 🙂

    1. Love the chili recipe! I noticed that with the Salads too. I actually compared one side by side with yours because I first thought "wait, isn't this Nicole's salad?" lol. It wasn't.

    1. Thanks so much Lisa. I never in a million years would have thought to use flour tortillas in a dessert dish like this, but now I know! Thanks so much for stopping by.

  3. These look great! I bet they taste wonderful too. I find that sometimes the best treats are simple and quick, don't you? Visiting from Tempting Tuesday link party!

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