February 08, 2012

Peach Enchiladas with Mountain Dew Sauce

Good Morning dear readers! I've been busy painting the railing outside this morning but got a little too cold and came in to warm up and do some website updating. I decided to go through some of my old files and see what recipes I had hidden away when I spied this one.

And... kind of laughed out loud.

This is one I apparently copied down back in the Spring of 2008.  I think I copied it down in my files as a 'what in the heck?' kind of recipe because although I think the ingredients are interesting, I have to admit that you would be hard pressed to ever find a can of Mountain Dew in my house, and our family has never really enjoyed 'dessert' recipes like this.  They might eat cake, cupcakes, jello or some pies, but desserts like this one just don't fly in our household.  So I'm happy to share it with all of you, but I admit it's one I've never tried.

I have to say; if any of you try this (or have tried it) please share what you thought of it and how it turned out!   

Peach Enchiladas with Mountain Dew Sauce

2 sticks butter
1-1/2 c  sugar
1 t cinnamon
2 packages crescent rolls
4 peaches, peeled and quartered
1 (12-oz) can Mountain Dew soda

Melt butter; add sugar and cinnamon. Unroll crescent rolls and place a peach quarter on each one. Roll from large end to small end of dough. Place into 9-by-13-inch baking dish. Pour butter mixture over rolls. Pour Mountain Dew over all. Bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes. Serve warm with ice cream.Print Friendly and PDF