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Fun Taco Cups

Fun Taco Cups recipe
photo by:kraft
Traditional taco ingredients get a warm, Southern touch when they’re baked inside biscuits. A great weeknight option that’s happy with a salad on the side.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
38 min
servings
total:
5 servings
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posted:
10/5/2013
Kids liked it a lot. Don't use the "big flaky" biscuits as they end up being too big. Press out the biscuits before putting them in the muffin tins - makes it easier!
posted:
1/14/2013
eh..just ok
posted:
1/4/2013
This little recipe was inspiration for me to create some standard sized muffin pan Taco Cups. I used the refrigerated buttermilk biscuits, but cut them into four sections. I put them in a bowl and mixed with 1/2 cup fresh salsa, 1 tablespoon chopped green chilies, 1 tablespoon chopped black olives, and about 1/2 cup shredded Kraft Mexican Cheese. I took three biscuit pieces and molded into the standard muffin cup. I added the taco flavored beef (cooked with some chopped onions) inside the cups and topped with two black olive slices and more cheese. Baked at 350 for the time the biscuits required. I served with a basic Mexican salad (sour cream, shredded lettuce, onions and tomatoes) for a unique tex-mex entree. Loved it!
posted:
9/5/2012
It was fun and different, but the whole family agreed that we prefer regular tacos.
posted:
4/28/2012
These turned out DELICIOUS!!!! I read in a previous review where they made taco shell cups by getting your cupcake pan and turning it upside down. Then spray it with pam or whatever and press your buscuits down to form the cup shape. Pop them in the oven for about 10 minutes and u have these awesome lil buscuit taco shells. They came out beautifully! THEN, I added onion and taco seasoning to the beef and BAM...INSTANT GOODNESS!!!! These were such a BIG hit. Definately going to do again. Endless possibilities. I was thinking BBQ chicken and cheese or cheeseburger or even breakfast (scram egg and bacon with cheese). I love this idea!
posted:
7/12/2011
I make these, but instead of cups I roll each biscuit flat. I then put the meat and cheese in the middle and fold it over half way crimping the edges shut with a fork. It makes a homemade hot pocket that's great for left overs.
posted:
6/15/2011
These were yummy. I sprayed some PAM so they would not stick, and added tomatoes to this. I also just seasoned the beef with garlic, peppers, and onions b/c I did not have taco seasoning on hand and it was good! My hubby loved them too and he is a picky eater.
posted:
4/12/2011
I love these! They are easy to make and easy to eat! Oh, and yummy too. Sometimes I mix some corn in with the meat. And I top with a little salsa.
posted:
4/10/2011
Delicious :)
posted:
4/4/2011
Absolutely wonderful & easy ... my 8 yr old loves to "cook" this for dinner & her hands are the perfect size to shape cups! She's also a picky eater but can't get enough of these!
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