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Wed, Apr 15 2015 post by Kami From www.sweetcharli

Nachos Dulces

This dessert is the perfect combination of crunch, smooth ice cream, sweetness, and saltiness. It is a bed of warm cinnamon and sugar chips topped with vanilla ice cream, warm honey but...

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with these Nacho Ducles from Rhodes Bake N Serv.

Hi! I am Kami from the blog Sweet Charli. When it comes to making a treat for my guests its all about 'Sweet'! I love to entertain, especially when there is a reason to. Cinco de Mayo is coming up soon and I thought it would be fun to have some friends over and treat them to this lovely dessert. We have a favorite Mexican restaurant near us that serves this delicious dessert made with fried tortillas, cinnamon and sugar, vanilla ice cream, and honey butter. They call it Nachos Dulces, or Sweet Nachos, and I have come up with a way for you to make this yourself with Rhodes Bake and Serve Dinner Rolls!

This dessert is the perfect combination of crunch, smooth ice cream, sweetness, and saltiness. It is a bed of warm cinnamon and sugar chips topped with vanilla ice cream, warm honey butter, and sprinkled with cinnamon. Place it at the center of your table with a few spoons and watch it disappear pretty quick. You may even get people stealing it right off of your spoon, for reals!

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with these Nacho Ducles from Rhodes Bake N Serv.

Nachos Dulces Recipe

**Yields about 6-8 people**

Ingredients: 6 Rhodes Bake and Serve White Dinner Rolls vanilla ice cream 1/2 cup sugar 2-3 T ground cinnamon warm honey butter vegetable oil

Let Rhodes dough thaw until soft but still cold, about 1-2 hours. Spray a cutting board and a rolling pin with cooking spray. Fill a frying pan half full with vegetable oil and turn on stove top on low-med heat. Mix cinnamon and sugar together in a bowl and set aside.

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with these Nacho Ducles from Rhodes Bake N Serv.

 

Roll dough out in a large circle, pretty thin.

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with these Nacho Ducles from Rhodes Bake N Serv.

Take a pizza cutter and cut into 8 triangles. Do this when the oil is ready so that the triangles don't shrink up before frying. To make sure oil is hot get your hand wet with water and sprinkle some into the frying pan. If the water sizzles, it's ready for the dough.

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with these Nacho Ducles from Rhodes Bake N Serv.

 

Place dough triangles in the frying pan and begin frying. You will need to flip them with tongs once the bottom side gets golden brown. You will want to cook them enough that they are crunchy, but not burnt.

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with these Nacho Ducles from Rhodes Bake N Serv.

Have a plate lined with paper towels ready for the chips when they are done cooking. Take the chips out of the oil and sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar on both sides. When you are done cooking all of the chips, place on a large platter and scoop ice cream on top. Drizzle with warm honey butter then sprinkle with cinnamon. Serve with lots of spoons!

  Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with these Nacho Ducles from Rhodes Bake N Serv.

 

Make sure you get the perfect bite with a chip, a little ice cream, and honey butter...enjoy!

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with these Nacho Ducles from Rhodes Bake N Serv.

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Nachos Dulces

Servings: 8 | Skills: | Prep Time: 20 min (not including thaw time) | Bake Time: 5 min

Nachos Dulces
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Ingredients

Ingredients:

6 Rhodes Bake and Serve White Dinner Rolls

vanilla ice cream

1/2 cup sugar

2-3 T ground cinnamon

warm honey butter

vegetable oil

Instructions

Let Rhodes dough thaw until soft but still cold, about 1-2 hours.  Spray a cutting

board and a rolling pin with cooking spray.  Fill a frying pan half full with

vegetable oil and turn on stove top on low-med heat.  Mix cinnamon and sugar

together in a bowl and set aside.

Roll dough out in a large circle, pretty thin.

Take a pizza cutter and cut into 8 triangles.  Do this when the oil is ready so that

the triangles don't shrink up before frying.  To make sure oil is hot get your hand

wet with water and sprinkle some into the frying pan.  If the water sizzles, it's

ready for the dough.

Place dough triangles in the frying pan and begin frying.  You will need to flip

them with tongs once the bottom side gets golden brown.  You will want to cook

them enough that they are crunchy, but not burnt.

Have a plate lined with paper towels ready for the chips when they are done

cooking.  Take the chips out of the oil and sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar on

both sides.  When you are done cooking all of the chips, place on a large platter

and scoop ice cream on top.  Drizzle with warm honey butter then sprinkle with

cinnamon.  Serve with lots of spoons!

5 Comments

natalie said on Apr 15, 2015
These look delicious!!! I don't think I can wait for cinco de mayo!
Vanessa said on Apr 15, 2015
this is making my mouth Water. YUM
Jenn said on Apr 15, 2015
I hope you made plenty to share because I'm coming over!!! These look delicious. Can't wait to try them and I have everything in my house right now to make it happen!!! Are they ok for breakfast??... #dietdoesntstarttilmonday
Camille walker said on Apr 15, 2015
That looks delicious! What a fun idea!
Jennifer Day said on Apr 15, 2015
Yum! This is right up my alley and will definitely be added to my dessert favs!
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