Strawberry Salsa with Cinnamon Chips


Strawberry salsa in a white bowl, sits on a square white plate with cinnamon chips. The plate is served on a wooden cutting board.

A few years ago I tried to give strawberries a try in my garden...I only yielded one tiny strawberry that summer (#gardeningfail).


The following year I decided to throw in the towel on ever becoming a strawberry farmer, but to my surprise those suckers sprang up again yielding more strawberries!


Little did I know that strawberries are perennials - meaning they grow back every year - and don't always produce fruit right away. Once when they do - they can last up to 5 years, (5 years of fresh strawberries - yes please!).


So be patient my aspiring strawberry farmers - the best is yet to come.


And when the strawberry supply does become plentiful - why not try out this strawberry dessert salsa with cinnamon chips.


Woman takes a cinnamon chip and dips it into the strawberry salsa

This perfect pair is a refreshing treat that will be a game-changer at your next social gathering.


Woman holds a cinnamon chips, displaying the ingredients of the strawberry salsa. Blueberries, mint leaves, strawberries, and apples are seen on the cinnamon chip. In the background is the plate of cinnamon chips and strawberry salsa.