I promised I'd post the recipe for the fruit salsa that I made for my friend Roxanne's bridal shower this past week. It was so fresh and delicious, and would be a great, healthy, addition to any party.
The original recipe was from allrecipes.com, but I of course made some changes to health-ify it and make it my own.
1 lb diced strawberries
1 small carton of raspberries
2 granny smith apples dices with skin on
2 peaches peeled and diced
1-2 TBS of splenda (You could use honey/agave/stevia here as well)
1 TBS of brown sugar
3 TBS of sugar free fruit preserves (I used raspberry)
Dice up all your fruit into small pieces. I diced my apples last and put them in lemon juice for a bit, so they wouldn't go brown once I added them. Add sugar, splenda, and preserves and mix it all together. Chill in the fridge for at least 15 minutes before serving. I served it with these cinnamon chips, but I think it would be delicious over a fresh winter salad as well!
8 large La Tortilla Factory Tortillas
butter flavored non-stick spray
sugar and cinnamon mixture (you can make this ratio to your liking as far as how much cinnamon and sugar)
Directions: Preheat the oven to 350. On a large cookie sheet, spray a whole tortilla on one side with the non-stick spray and then flip it over. Spray the other side and sprinkle as much of the cinnamon and sugar mixture as you'd like. Cut the tortilla into strips, and then triangles with a pizza cutter and arrange on your cookie sheet. Bake for 8-10 minutes.