2 cups mixed berries of your choice
1 jalapeno, deveined, seeded and minced
1 slice red onion, minced
1/2 red pepper, chopped
1 lime, using the zest and the juice
Sweetener or sugar, if needed
Mix the first four ingredients together. Squeeze the lime over and add some of the zest. Mix well. Taste for desired sweetness. Serve with Baked Cinnamon Tortilla chips.
Baked Cinnamon Tortilla Chips:
|I'm drinking some Apricot Chardonnay iced tea!|
4 flour tortillas (I used low-carb)
2 T. melted butter
1/4 cup cinnamon/sugar
Brush the tortillas on both sides with the melted butter and sprinkle with the sugar/cinnamon mixture. Cut the tortillas in eighths. Put on a foil- lined baking sheet. Bake at 450 degrees for 4-5 minutes per side.
I am sharing this with:
Mix It Up Monday!
On the Menu Monday
Tea Time Tuesday at Rose Chintz Cottage
Your Cozy Home Party
Crazy Sweet Tuesday
Rock 'n Share Party
|Add some Greek yogurt and then you'll have your protein for a quick lunch!|
Full Plate Thursday
Sweets for Saturday
Link 'n Greet Party
|Don't these flowers add so much color and fun?|
Oh the berry salsa looks good. Your beautiful pink cloth is perfect for the table especially with the basket of purple flowers.ReplyDelete
oh my this looks just DELISH!!! I will for sure bookmark this awesome treat. Thanks Kitty!ReplyDelete
Looks wonderful,I will try it! Thanks for sharing JoannReplyDelete
This sounds amazing! I have everything except the berries, jalapeno and fruit sound great together:@)ReplyDelete
Kitty, that looks so delicious! I love the idea of cinnamon flavored chips with it! Thank you so much for visiting Take Six!ReplyDelete
Beautiful and delicious, Kitty!ReplyDelete
Thanks for stopping by.
Wish I could join you for this tasty lunch Kitty. The flowers in your hanging basket are pretty and should look stunning come summer.ReplyDelete
Kitty, Your table looks so bright and colorful! Looks delicious too. Your tea sounds good. Speaking of margarita glasses...Crystal lite makes a margarita flavored drink mix and it is quite good.ReplyDelete
Have a great day!
That looks so good, Kitty! I'll bet it's very refreshing in the Summer, too!ReplyDelete
The Berry Salsa and Cinnamon Chips sound very good and your margarita glass is such a cute serving piece! The table looks so inviting!ReplyDelete
I have got to try this! My mouth is watering just thinking about it; yum! The glass makes a cute serving piece too. Thanks so much for sharing the recipe and have a lovely day.
Hi darling, I must try this, I think Mr. P will love it. Your beautiful glass makes it even more appealing. Thanks so much for sharing the recipe. hugs ~lynne~ReplyDelete
Incredible photographs, yummy recipe and very pretty flowers.ReplyDelete
The berry salsa looks so much prettier in those glasses! I love your recipes! I'm going to put your blog in my list of favs! Thanks!ReplyDelete
This sounds refreshing and different. Thank you for shaing. Those are very pretty flowers.
The salsa and chips look delish... but my eye goes to that beautiful flower centerpiece!
Thanks for sharing at my party!
xoxo Bunny Jean
Your recipe sounds so good! Your flowers and the wire basket look marvelous! I bet that is going to be sensational as it matures!ReplyDelete
Not only does the recipe sound wonderful, I really love the presentation in the margarita glass. I pinned it before even commenting!ReplyDelete
That sounds like a very refreshing dish! Love the fun table! You are right, you don't have to spend lots to have a cute and fun table!! hugs, LindaReplyDelete
Your berry salsa looks so scrumptious, Kitty. What a pretty presentation!..ChristineReplyDelete
What a fun tablescape. Love the tablecloth! The berry salsa looks delicious!ReplyDelete
I really like the idea of the baked chips. I'm going to try that. It seems to me like those would make a really good snack all by themselves!ReplyDelete
Kitty, this table is wonderful. I love the metal basket of flowers and the recipe.. well it's right up my alley. Something I have to make this weekend! xo marlisReplyDelete
Lovely, so colorful! Great idea to use the towel as a cloth! I don't eat peppers, but I'll leave them out and try it, chips sound yummy!ReplyDelete
Thanks for linking to Let's Dish!
This sounds really good. We are celebrating graduation this weekend and I hope to make this for the picnic! Thanks for sharingReplyDelete
I've never seen this idea, but I LOVE it. The salsa and chips look very yummy, and I am sure my family would love these. Thanks so much for sharing the recipe at my party. Life's been crazy lately, so I'm very sorry it has taken so long to visit you.ReplyDelete
This looks deliciously refreshing! Definitely adding it to my recipe file. Love the glasses that you used for serving.ReplyDelete
I love that bag of frozen berries from Costco. So versatile. Brilliant Idea! I love all of the flavors you have in this simple & great outdoor tablescape.ReplyDelete
So yummy! Love those chips. You had me at cinnamon. :)ReplyDelete
I don't think I've ever heard of berry salsa. What a neat idea (and a good way to use up frozen berries, besides smoothies!).ReplyDelete
- The Tablescaper
A wonderful presentation!ReplyDelete
Happy Pink Saturday!
O, Kitty.....I want some right now..!!ReplyDelete
Oh, will I try this! Looks yummy. Beautiful presentation.ReplyDelete
Have a beautiful weekend ~
Sooo pretty and yummy! Happy Pink Saturday!ReplyDelete
My Pink, I am also inviting you to link up with my color Connection meme.
Hi Kitty: I'm Connie at http://hotflashncraftn.blogspot.com/, a new GFC friend. I would love it if you stop by and be mine, too.ReplyDelete
This looks fantastic, and easy. Thanks for sharing.
Looks like a lovely and yummy way to celebrate a fun day!!ReplyDelete
Happy Pink Saturday!
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My Pink, have a great weekend!
I love all the touches of pink!ReplyDelete
Happy pink Saturday, Happy Derby Day and ¡Feliz Cinco de Mayo!
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Thank you so much for sharing your awesome recipe with Full Plate Thursday. Hope you are having a great week.
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