Tortilla Dessert Wraps

Total Time:
20 min
10 min
10 min

4 servings


Preheat a grill to low.

Spread almond paste evenly on each tortilla. Sprinkle 1/4 of the marshmallows and 1/4 of the chocolate chips and 1/4 of the coconut on half of each tortilla. Roll the tortilla up and wrap in heavy-duty foil; seal tightly. Grill over low heat until heated through, about 5 to 10 minutes. Remove foil and place on a plate. Garnish with fresh sweetened whipped cream or prepared whipped topping. Serve vanilla ice cream on the side.

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    Really a fun dessert. Everyone loved it and very easy to make.
    I made these and every one loved them...I used white chocolate chips for reg chocolate chips. Every one loved them! Easy and you can have them made a head of time and throw them on the grill.
    Great idea to use extra tortillas. I only had corn tortillas so I melted slight amt. of butter (are you listening Paula), and put three wraps in pan. After a few moments I put the marshmellows and chocolate chips on one half of tortillas and folded them in half since they were now softened. Flifed them over to get slightely brown on each half and pressed them down to softened both the chips and marshmellow. Removed them to plate, put whipped cream on top and drizzeled them with small amount of chocolate. Guests loved them. Light to eat with vanilla ice cream on side. If liked, make a fancey dizzel on plate. Looked like a fancey dessert that makes up in a jiffy while the guests are having coffee.
    ON a " TORTILLA "?????? Oh NOO Paula! A cheap trick like that is what I would expect from a dessert cheater like ...R.R. but, not you!
    Tried these and was expecting something great. They were alright but not the best, would not serve them for company.
    The wraps were so good, we made them according to the tv recipe which used peanut butter, marshmallows, and snickers. I also added some bananas to ours! Great recipe!
    Paula i seen it on your tv show and just love it.
    it looked so very good that i had to go
    in and find on my competer, so i can make it .think you so very much for all the nice Recipe that you show and make on your show and your two good looking boys, just love to se you and i wash all the time when you are on .my god bless you and your family and there family to . keep up the good work . your's very truly sheila
    this is the best food i ever tasted!!!!!!!!!!!!
    This was great for a dinner made on the grill, but the cocunut could be left out.
    Super easy, not to much to it, and you can also enjoy in on these beautiful spring days.
    My children loved making this treat!, thank you Paula for a wonderful desert!
    i was trying to think up a few new desserts for a spanish themed party. These were a hit - we grilled them up & served them with a side of vanilla ice cream. The leftovers were frozen (in an add'l plastic bag) and kept well
    I did not like this recipe AT ALL!! the almond paste is extremely hard to spread on the tortillas and I even tried to heat it. It also had a very weird taste, my kids thought it was horrible. Sorry Paula.
    easy, fun, YUM! What more can i say'
    Tortillas are too chewy, no texture. Maybe coat tortillas with butter?
    Had these at the lake over the summer and they were great. Couldn't find almond paste but shaved almond bark works well.
    This was an awsome dessert! I made it where I work, and every one raved over it! It's amazing! Just don't try to microwave them, they don't taste nearly as good.
    These are an interesting twist for the grill. I couldn't find almond paste so I used Nutella and made a "buffet" of toppings, including chopped candy bars. I also used whole wheat tortillas to add a touch of sweetness. There are a lot of different ways to "change up" this recipe to suit your taste.
    This was an excellent recipe for the kids to make for our camping trip and they really enjoyed them!! Thanks for such a wonderful recipe!
    I tried the recipe using a tortilla, but didn't care
    for it much - the filling is great, though! I thought
    maybe the puff pastry would a good idea as another rater
    suggested. I used mini-puff pastries. I added to the
    puffs, in layers of: almond paste; in some, I put choco chips - in others - different candy bars, chopped fine - toblerone is
    wonderful (Nutella also is delish)! Next, added some
    mini-marshmallows; then the coconut. Bake it in an oven
    OR place it wrapped in foil & onto the grill over
    "indirect" heat. Drizzle with heated up Nutella or hot
    fudge/choco sauce, garnish with whipped cream, sprinkle with
    coconut & top off with a marschino cherry & a mint leaf!
    Very rich, looks, & tastes wonderful! My guests really
    enjoyed! Reminds me of S'mores.
    Wrap these in anything but Tortillas. Or, serve with a fork and steak knife. I was very disappointed because the tortillas are too tough to eat when used in a dessert recepie. A puff pastry would have been a better choice.
    I made these tortillas for a luncheon and just baked them at a low temperature in the oven. I also drizzled hot fudge on top!!! They were incredible! Thanks, Paula. You are fabulous!!!
    This dessert was brought to our home for a cookout and YUM YUM!! It was great and according to the person who brought it, SO easy to make. We just ate them plain without ice cream or whipped topping, but that would just add to the delicious dessert we had!!
    A Must Try for a Hot Summer Night!

    For a twist, try using TWIX, Reeses' Peanut Butter Cups, Mounds, or whatever other chocolate based candy you like! It gives it a real flair!
    Great. Wonderful. Easy. Tasty.
    I like the TV version better than the one offered here though.. I love the snickers bars instead of the chocolate chips...

    Keep'em coming Paula!
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