Thursday, January 26, 2012

Snowflake Tortilla Snacks

We’ve had snow every year we’ve lived in Virginia, but I don’t know that we’ll get any snow this year – at least not before we move in a few weeks. 

Since it doesn’t look like we’re going to see any snow on the ground this year, Trenton made his own snowflakes this afternoon.

I found the recipe for these tortilla snowflakes in a Disney Family Fun cookbook that the kids got for Christmas from our neighbors.

- Microwave tortillas for 15 seconds.
- Fold tortillas in half and in half again.
- Cut into snowflake shapes as you would a paper snowflake.


- Place “snowflakes” on a cookie sheet, brush the tops with vegetable oil, and bake at 400 degrees for 4-6 minutes or until crisp and lightly browned.
- Sift powdered sugar onto warm snowflakes and sprinkle with blue sugar crystals.


This little one enjoyed his snowflake!  Yum!


This post is linked to: TGIF @ Living Life Intentionally, Fun Frugal Friday @ Fun Frugal Mommy, Fun Stuff Fridays @ Toys in the Dryer, The Sunday Showcase @ Mom to 2 Posh Lil’ Divas


Marie said...

So cute! I think I wanna try just to eat it!

Partycraft Secrets said...

gorgeous - i made paper ones out of cupcake liners - but these are yummy!

Fun Frugal Mommy said...

What a fun inexpensive treat!! : ) I would love if you shared this post on my linky party. I am looking for posts that are fun, frugal, and kid-friendly. Please stop by and link up.

BTW I am your newest follower.

Having Fun said...

I bet they were yummy. We're going to try this for snack today.

Fun Frugal Mommy said...

Thanks for sharing your post on Fun Frugal Friday. I would love it if you came by again to share your creative ideas : )

Aimee @ Classified: Mom said...

What a great idea! Thank you for sharing your ideas with us on The Sunday Showcase Hope to see you next week ~Aimee