It’s Zippy Tip Tuesday!
Last weekend, my S.O. (Significant Other) and I went to the Saugatuck Brewery, in Saugatuck, Michigan. We enjoyed the most amazing hummus with homemade flour tortilla chips, but our ratio of chips to hummus leaned heavily on the chips, so we ended up bringing several of them home.
Since we didn’t have dessert at the restaurant, I decided it would be fun to turn these delectable little leftover chippy triangles into a sweet treat. I started by melting some chocolate and spreading it onto each chip. I then sprinkled the chips with various toppings — chopped nuts, toffee bits, coconut, M & M’s, Reese’s Pieces, dried cranberries, etc.
Yum! The crunchy, salty chip was a great vessel for the sweet toppings; and before we knew it, our leftovers had been polished off rather quickly!
I suppose if you wanted to make your own chips for Chocolate Nacho Pizza, you could do that too. Just take flour tortillas (although I’m sure corn would be good too!), cut them into quarters and fry in oil at 360 degrees for a couple of minutes.
Or, if you REALLY wanted to get fancy, you could make your own homemade tortillas, but that would totally move us out of the realm of “Zippy Tips”. I guess we could save that for another post!
How would you top your Chocolate Nacho Pizza?
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