Try these tasty tortilla desserts for fun treats the family will love!
From sweet and simple roll-ups to delicious dessert quesadillas, the possibilities are endless!
Whether you’re craving chocolate, fruit, or cinnamon spice, I have you covered.
Check out this list of 13 of my favorite tortilla desserts for a sweet treat tonight.
It’s time to get rolling!
If you’re craving a churro but don’t want the deep-fried mess, check this out instead.
It’s quick and easy, and it doesn’t come with extra calories.
Slather warm tortillas with softened butter, then sprinkle with cinnamon sugar.
Roll them up with the cinnamon sugar side out, and drizzle on the glaze.
For the true churro experience, warm caramel or thick hot fudge are great, too.
Make up all three and dip them to your heart’s desire!
I’m all for a pepper jack quesadilla, but this dessert quesadilla is mouth-wateringly delicious.
Cinnamon, chocolate, peanut butter, and honey in one bite? Yes, please!
Start by crisping up a cinnamon-sprinkled tortilla in a skillet.
Then, add the peanut butter, chocolate chips, and a drizzle of honey.
Serve this scrumptious snack with whipped cream and honey on top.
Who knew heaven started in your pan?
Cheesecake and cinnamon sugar are an unbeatable duo.
Combine that flavor with the simplicity of taquitos for perfection!
Start by creaming the sugar, cream cheese, and sour cream for the cheesecake mixture.
Add the mixture to warm tortillas and roll them up.
Roll the cream cheese-filled tortillas in melted butter and cinnamon sugar.
These taquitos are baked but can be cooked in an air fryer instead.
Ditch the store-bought cinnamon rolls, as these easy roll-ups are sure to hit the spot.
They’re not Cinnabon, but boy, are they tasty!
Combine the cinnamon sugar and softened butter, and spread on tortillas.
Roll them up, slice them into bite-size pieces, and bake for 10 minutes until warm and gooey.
Drizzle with an easy homemade cream cheese frosting before serving.
The best part of these cinnamon roll-ups? Every bite tastes like a soft center cinnamon roll!
Sopapillas are a childhood favorite of mine, but they can be a chore.
Thankfully, tortillas make quick work of this delicious dessert.
To make these simple sopapillas, just cut up flour tortillas, and fry them in oil.
Sprinkle them with powdered sugar, or serve them with honey.
Sopapillas can be filled with fruits, chocolate, or caramel for an extra special twist.
These puffy pastries are perfect no matter how you eat them!
We all know chips and guac is a fiesta essential.
But I’m here to say that these sweet tortilla chips deserve a place at the party, too!
Simply cut up flour tortillas, brush them with butter, and sprinkle them with cinnamon sugar.
Bake them until golden and crispy, and enjoy!
Serve up these sweet chips with your favorite sweet dip or fruit salsa.
I’ll be honest, I’m not usually the type for a big fancy dessert after dinner.
But when midnight strikes, that’s when I want dessert the most!
What better way to enjoy a late-night sweet treat than with a simple tortilla wrap?
The creamy coffee liqueur filling is what makes this dessert so delicious.
Fill each tortilla with Amarula creamy filling, and fry them in butter until golden.
Serve these with a drizzle of chocolate and fresh raspberries for a full dessert!
This recipe is likely the most time-consuming on this list, though is still so easy to make.
It’s a beautiful addition to any dinner party or even brunch!
Almond flour tortillas are not a requirement, though they make this recipe gluten-free.
Start by coating them in butter and cinnamon sugar, and layering them into muffin tins.
After they’ve baked, fill the tortilla cups with homemade whipped cream, fruit, or even custard.
There are so many good things that can happen with edible tortilla cups!
If your kids are begging for s’mores, try these easy quesadillas instead.
I mean, who can resist a s’more with no open fire or overcooked marshmallows?
You get all the gooey melted goodness of marshmallow and chocolate here.
Crumbled graham crackers and sugary goodness are all wrapped in a toasted tortilla.
Add each of the ingredients into a tortilla, and fold them before toasting in a pan.
Be warned, you’ll definitely want more than one!
The magic of Nutella is one I will never be strong enough to resist.
It’s creamy, sweet, and has just the right amount of chocolatey goodness.
Nutella and fresh banana slices in a toasted tortilla for the win!
You won’t believe how easily you can make a delicious and healthy dessert.
As the dessert quesadillas cook, the Nutella and banana make a gooey, warm center.
It’s like a delicious dessert crepe with a fraction of the work!
Are you ready to transform your tortillas into a delicious dessert pizza?
It’s definitely worth a try at least once in your life! (You’ll want to make it again, though.)
Biscoff cookie butter is the key to this beautiful vegan dessert.
Spread that on lightly toasted tortillas, and top them with fresh strawberries.
For a little extra flare, add some crumbled cookies on top.
Don’t worry, this dessert is vegan, and easily made gluten-free, too!
If peanut butter and jelly is your go-to sandwich, there’s no denying this recipe!
It’s easy enough to be a midday snack, but scrumptious enough to be a dessert.
Grab your favorite jelly, and roll it up with some peanut butter. Don’t forget the obligatory tortilla!
These are perfect for packed lunches, afternoon snacks, or a late-night sweet treat.
There’s no need for fancy desserts with simple joy like this!
Can we please normalize eating desserts at snack time?
There’s no need to feel guilty, as these sweet quesadillas have some healthy ingredients!
Fruit, chocolate peanut butter, and cinnamon all grilled together in a warm tortilla? Yep, this is a snack I can’t resist.
Kids and adults alike will enjoy this scrumptious snack. It’s sweet, simple, and only takes a few minutes to make!
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