In High School, I had a weird, wacky, and wonderful Spanish teacher. Let's be honest here, aren't nearly ALL the langugage teachers weird and wacky? Our favorite thing she did in class would be yell, "Ducles!" as she threw candies around the classroom.
Mine was also my Odyssey of the Mind coach. Yeah, I was that kid. We'd often get together at her house to go over plans for our competiton. She would serve us up snacks and we pondered how to create machines, write our skit, go over music choices, etc.
One of the snacks she often had was Apple Flautas. I'd never had one before and I was instantly smitten. Her's were frozen and I've searched for them on and off over the years, but have never found them.
She'd bring them out and declare, "Flautas!", as she mimicked playing the flute so we'd know exactly what 'flauta' meant.
I finally decided to make them. They are really easy, so I'm not sure what took me so long.
You need minimual ingreidents, probably things you already have in house, and minimual time and effort. Let's be honest here, those are our favorite recipes, amiright?
You can garnish them with a little powdered sugar, caramel sauce, whipped topping, and sprinkles too!
They are also amazzzzing with vanilla ice cream.
So this one goes out to you, Mrs. Morton, where ever you are! Dulces! Dulces para todos!
by Tina @ Sugar Bean Bakers
12 flour tortillas (8"- taco sized)
1 -21 oz can apple pie filling
1/4 cup butter, melted
1/4 cup white sugar
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
serve with vanilla ice cream
Preheat oven to 350 F, line rimmed pan with parchment paper, set aside.
Dice up the apples in the filling.
In a small bowl, mix together cinnamon and sugar.
Brush the outside of tortilla with melted butter and sprinkle with cinnamon mixture. Lay on prepared sheet and do the same to the inside. Repeat for remaining shells. Spoon filling in tortillas, roll up. Lay seam side down on baking sheet. Brush with a bit more butter and sprinkle again with cinnamon sugar.
Bake for 15-20 minutes until the apple filling is bubbly (A small amount may ooze out while baking, this is to be expected). Allow to cool slightly, serve warm.