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Mini Taco Bowls

Mini Taco Bowls recipe
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The kids will dig taco night even more when they get an eyeful of these super-cute mini salad bowls—and a mouthful of beef, cheese, ripe tomatoes and crispy, fresh lettuce.
35 min
35 min
4 servings
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This recipe was so easy to make. I added taco seasoning to my meat and it kinda made it a little spicy with the salsa mixed in.
I cut this recipe in half and used fajita size tortillas instead of regular. And to the meat/salsa mixture i added about a half cup of sour cream. Very good! Will definitely make again.
Instead of salsa, we mixed taco seasoning with the burger. We also found that wheat tortilla shells worked better than flour tortilla shells---didn't tear as easily. They were cute and our 3 year old loved them!
I used ground turkey instead of beef and since I had read other comments about it being bland, I used salsa and also added some taco seasoning to the meat. I though it was really yummy but it difficult to eat.
this was a hit with my very picky 4 yr. old! I will make it again. Maybe make it spicier w/ jalepeno slices for the adults!Super quick & easy to make:-)
I added taco seasoning and some refried beans. I halved the recipe for just my husband and I and it was the perfect amount. The only complaint I got was that they were difficult to eat... they were messy. Our plates were both cleaned though! I think next time I will mix all the toppings together and then put them in the cups. At least that way, you get everything in every bite. These were a fast, easy dinner solution.
kind of bland.
I also just used the recipe for the taco cups and went on the meat, etc as I usually do. I used SMALL flour shells. The trick is to keep them HOT (hence the microwaving) when you form the bowl. I folded them in half and pinched them into fourths to place in muffin pan. Then I formed them around to fit and pressed the tops outward to keep the "cup" open. Really fun for the kids to eat!!
These taco bowls were a big hit with my bunch! Thank you so very much! The only thing I had trouble with was the shaping of the bowls but after I used a smaller tortilla it was no problem
The family lovrd it, other then my 2 year old son. He wasn't sure what to do with it. Play or eat?
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