Monday, May 4, 2020

Apple Enchiladas


How about making some easy Apple Enchiladas for Cinco de Mayo?  My friend, Bea, gave me this recipe several years ago, and I shared them before, but I thought they deserved to be shared again.  The teapot planter is one that I've had for probably ten years and I have some succulents planted in it.  Pull up a chair and we can have some dessert while you tell me what you've been doing.



 I have this cute teapot wind chime hanging on one of my trees, and also three asparagus ferns that I've kept out from last year. 


These are so good!  They reheat so well in the microwave, too!



Yield: 6-10 depending on size of tortillas
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Apple Enchiladas

Apple Enchiladas

This is a wonderful dessert to have after a Mexican meal, and perfect for Cinco de Mayo!  If you have extras, just refrigerate.  They reheat  beautifully in the microwave. 

Ingredients:

  • 1 -21 ounce can apple pie filling (chop up any large pieces of apple)
  • 6- 8" flour tortillas or 10 - 6" ones
  • 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon (I don't measure, I just sprinkle)
  • 1/3 cup butter
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 1/2 cup firmly packed brown sugar
  • 1/2 cup water

Instructions:

  1. Spoon filling down the center of each tortilla; sprinkle evenly with cinnamon. Roll up and place seam side down in a lightly greased 2 qt. baking dish ( or use a 9x13" baking dish if making 10).
  2. Bring butter and next 3 ingredients to a boil in a medium sized saucepan. Reduce heat and simmer, stirring for 3 minutes. Pour over enchiladas and let stand for 30 minutes.
  3. Bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes.
  4. Serve warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, or some whipped cream.
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I am sharing this with these lovely parties:


26 comments:

  1. Oh yum Kitty! I love enchiladas and haven't ever had a sweet one, I could eat that for breakfast! Happy Cinco de Mayo tomorrow and your teapot wind chime is so cute!!
    Jenna

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  2. This looks and sounds so good. Will give it a try. Thank You.

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  3. Easy and I have the ingredients! 😊 You always set a charming table!

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  4. I've always admired your polkadot green planter. I have a small polkdadot teacup planter that's purple!

    The apple enchiladas look good! Now I'm craving an apple dessert!

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  5. Thanks for the recipe. I love the teapot windchimes!! I'm wondering if you made them?💖

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  6. These sound so tasty! Polka dot dishes are very cheerful!

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  7. Oh, wow, I would never have thought of making these out of tortillas! I make them sometimes out of canned biscuits. I roll the biscuits out real thin, then I make homemade fried apples (in skillet with butter, cinnamon, and sugar OR honey) and put it in the middle of the biscuits, crimp the edges together until they are completely closed, then fry them in a skillet until they are brown. Oh, my! They are SO good! Thanks for sharing!

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  8. Those look so good Kitty and simple. I think Marty would love this dish and oh yes, with ice cream! Girl, I love me some asparagus ferns. LOVE THEM! I had the prettiest HUGE asparagus fern ever and a few years back when we had a bad storm it ripped that huge things out of a bird bath I had it in and tore it up bad! I did manage to salvage some and now I have about 5 pots of them. Some doing really well and and one that I am having to baby it some. Hope your day is beautiful dear Kitty. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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  9. Believe it or not, I can make these on my 'program'! I have a zero point apple pie filling I make, I'll sub the light butter and use the brown and white monk fruit substitute along with the low carb tortillas! Yay! I have to say, more than the enchiladas, I stared and stared at the beautiful OUTDOOR setting. They said we have been stuck in MARCH temps for so long that we've yet to really see spring. Uggggg. Didn't need the news to tell me that haha!

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  10. Kitty, those look great. I was in the grocery really early today (sr shopping exclusive), and they didn't have apple filling! I'm really tired of all the out of stocks. But I will definitely pin this! Happy Cinco de Mayo!

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  11. These apple enchiladas sound like the perfect dessert to go with a Cinco de Mayo meal. Hope you have a fun day celebrating.

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  12. Such a sweet teapot, love the colors and the tablecloth is certainly a great backdrop for your setting. Your apple enchiladas are new to me and they look and sound delicious. I've been making cupcakes, seems I go to the kitchen and bake a lot these days. Hope you had a great Cinco de Mayo Day........

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  13. A perfect dessert for Cinco de Mayo. I hope you enjoyed your beef enchiladas. Happy 5th of May. Xo

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  14. That sounds crazy delicious! Will try!

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  15. I have this recipe but I haven't made them yet. I'm going to have to do that; so easy! What a lovely sight to see all the green trees and vegetation at your place! Our grass is turning green but it has been so cold that things are late as usual leafing out. Soon though! May is here finally and we should start to see some changes soon. Enjoy your day, dear Kitty! Hugs, Sandi

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  16. Hi admin my name is Colorado
    Your blog images are very natural and fresh thanks for sharing such a nice images

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  17. I agree,you always set a charming table!What a mouthwatering recipe...Blessings,my darling Kitty!

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  18. The apple enchiladas look delicious.

    All the best Jan

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  19. Oh boy, dad's drooling again...

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  20. Kitty, Your apple enchiladas sound so delicious and are so easy too...what a perfect treat for Cinco de Mayo or anytime. I love your pretty teapot wind chimes. I hope you are doing well and enjoying some pretty spring weather. Take care ♥

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  21. Looks delicious Kitty! I'm still doing no sugar, and today I tried making pumpkin bread with no sugar or sugar subs. It was terrible, haha! Sugar does make all the difference in baking.

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  22. I will have to hold onto this recipe to use next year but I'm sure I will be having them before the next Cinco de Mayo. They look so good!!

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  23. I would never have thought to do this. I just saved the recipe and will try it in the next week or so. I have used several of your recipes and they are all easy and delicious. Happy Mother's Day- xo Diana

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  24. Such a fun and happy table setting. It all looks so happy and 'summery'.

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  25. We sure have enjoyed featuring your awesome post at Full Plate Thursday,484. Hope you are having a great week and come back to see us real soon!
    Miz Helen

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