A new take on homemade salsa, this recipe is a must-try.
Fruit Salsa with Cinnamon Chips
Recipe Source: Dinner at the Zoo
- 20 min prep
- 10 min cook
Fresh kiwis, strawberries, raspberries, and blueberries comprise this lovely salsa. As an added bonus, this recipe also includes details on how to make delicious cinnamon chips.
What Makes This Pinworthy?
Trust us- if you haven’t tried this salsa by Dinner at the Zoo yet, you are missing out. Beautiful, bright, and containing just the right amount of sweetness, it pairs wonderfully with the light glaze. The recipe also contains instructions for how to make homemade cinnamon chips, and we highly recommend making them too- they are absolute perfection with the salsa.
It can be a side dish, appetizer, or light snack- there are so many ways to eat this salsa. It would also taste wonderful on top of a light fish or even a piece of grilled chicken breast. Feel free to get creative with this salsa- it would taste good with just about anything.
One of the best things about this recipe is how easy and quick it is to prepare- the cinnamon chips take about ten minutes to prepare and bake, during which time the salsa can be made. That is not bad for such a delicious side or snack!
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