Fruit Salsa with Cinnamon Sugar Dippers

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Fruit Salsa is one of those desserts that I never have leftovers of after I serve it. It’s such a simple thing, and so ridiculously easy to make, and everyone seems to love it.

You can switch up what fruit you include in the “salsa”, but here are a few tips to consider as you choose:

  1. Pineapple will make everything around it taste like pineapple, so only use that if you are a big fan.
  2. Melon tends to be a strong flavor as well, except for watermelon.
  3. Try to pick a variety of color!

When I made this recently, I completely forgot to pick up a kiwi at the store. I think it would have been much prettier with some bright green kiwi in it, but it still tasted great! I used fresh, seasonal fruit so it didn’t require any sweetener!

Fruit Salsa with Cinnamon Sugar Dippers

For the salsa:




Apple (peeled)


Any other fruits like melon, pineapple, oranges, banana that you love!

For the cinnamon sugar dippers:

5 tortillas

1 tablespoon cinnamon

1 1/2 tablespoons sugar

Set your oven to 375 degrees. Spray each tortilla with cooking spray, or lightly brush with oil or butter, on one side. In a small bowl, mix cinnamon with sugar, then sprinkle over tortillas. Poke each tortilla a few times with a fork to allow air to escape while they bake!

Place in the oven for about 4-9 minutes, depending on how hot your oven is! Keep an eye on the first batch to test-you are looking for them to fluff up a bit and become crisp without browning around the edges.

While the tortillas bake, chop the fruit into very small pieces. Mix together in a bowl and keep covered until serving.

When the tortillas are cool, cut into wedges with a pizza cutter, then serve on a platter alongside the fruit salsa. Enjoy!


For more of my favorite recipes, check out this one and this one!


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Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog says · 06.14.17

Sounds like such a delicious twist to the savoury salsa. Can’t wait to try making it!

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Fran Credicott says · 06.14.17

What a great idea, I am stealing this for our next family BBQ – looks like a crowd pleaser to me! Thank you Kate, hope David’s ear infection clears soon!

Karine says · 06.14.17

Yummmm! That looks delicious!
I want to try it!

Claire says · 06.14.17

i like this idea! i will be doing this on sunday as we are having a family BBQ!

Christen says · 06.14.17

Just pinned this! Desperately need new, healthy recipes for summer and this is great! Bonus points because if there are any leftovers, I can put it on my oatmeal in the morning!

Kelly | Maverick Baking says · 06.14.17

This is SUCH a cute idea! I would even try this for breakfast I think. Great little alternative party snack 🙂

Allie says · 06.14.17

I wish you would have put “massacre the fruit into very small pieces” after your recent Insta story 😂 But I guess that is more proper. Excited to make this dip for my fruit-loving fiancé!

Faith says · 06.14.17

This looks delicious!!

Rachael says · 06.15.17

This looks SOOOO yummy. Thank you for sharing!

Alexis says · 06.18.17

This is such a great idea and great for those who are gluten free!


kiara sky gel nail polish says · 12.18.17

nice! I will learn you and try

Mimi says · 04.21.20

This sounds delicious 😋

Allyson Gunther says · 06.20.20

What kind of tortillas are these? Are the originally soft before you put them in the oven?

Allyson Gunther says · 06.20.20

Oh lol never mind…pregnancy brain over here! Ignore my previous comment