Fudgy Strawberry Brownie Nachos | Simply Southern Baking

I can just hear y’all saying “What?”  This is the comment I hear most often when I tell people about this recipe who have never had it before.  That’s right…sweet nachos for dessert!  It’s quite a different twist don’t you think?

This is a pretty easy recipe to make and is oh sooo good!  Let me warn you that this can be a bit messy to eat, but it’s definitely worth it.  You should have seen us trying to scoop it up and keep everything on top of each sweet nacho chip.  We were standing over the kitchen counter to keep from dropping crumbs on the floor…it was really comical and we were laughing as we kept reaching for another and another!  I should have used a bigger platter to spread everything out more but couldn’t switch to another one once I started the layering (oh well, next time).


Fudgy Strawberry Brownie Nachos | Simply Southern Baking


I had to work fast to photograph this once I put the whipped cream on top before it started deflating (speaking of the whipped cream, I may have gone a little overboard on that…yes, no, maybe?).  It was snap, snap, snap!  OK, time to dig in!

As soon as you finish making this recipe, you need to serve it right away.  It doesn’t keep well in the refrigerator as the chips will turn soft.  Just make sure you have enough sweet tooth fans who will finish this off in a hurry.  Hey, if you have a big crowd, you might even need to make two!  Let me know what the reaction is the first time you serve this.  It’s sure to make an impression.

Source:  My original recipe

This post is linked to Sweet Treats Thursday, Sweet Tooth Friday, I’m Lovin’ It Friday, Anything Goes; Mingle Monday, Meal Plan Monday


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16 Responses to Fudgy Strawberry Brownie Nachos

  1. This looks like my kind of dessert! We have done the tortillas like this before but with cinnamon sugar and vanilla ice cream drizzled with chocolate syrup.

    Would love to have you come link it up on Friday at our Weekend Potluck. I made sure to pin this.

  2. BruCrew Life says:

    I love a good sweet nacho!!! Love the idea of strawberries and brownies!! My kids would devour this in no time flat:-)

  3. Yummy!! What a creative delish recipe 😉

  4. Shiloh says:

    This looks SOO good. I wonder if it would work with corn tortillas? I have to eat gluten free, so flour ones won’t work for me. I really want to try this.

  5. Brownies and nachos in the same recipe? I’m in! This looks SO good!

  6. katie says:

    Robin, these look and sound amazing! I love indulging in dessert nachos!

  7. Kelly Senyei says:

    This is such a novel take on nachos! Love that you’re using the sugar-coated tortillas for a sweet twist :)

    • Robin says:

      Thanks Kelly. The sugar-coated tortillas are even good plain, but adding the “dessert” topping brings them over the top!

  8. Looks irresistible. These would be a hit at our house.

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  11. Teri says:

    I need to make this immediately! What a wonderful idea and recipe! You are very creative! I’d love if you would share this, or anything you would like, at my Super Bowl Eats and Treats Linky Party. You can link up appetizers, desserts, entrees, crafts, party ideas, anything that says “Super Bowl” to you! We would love to have you!

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