Taco Tuesday: Make Crunchy Taco Bowls

I heart alliteration. That’s why I love the concept of Taco Tuesdays. And if you’re like me, the same old taco shells and the same old seasonings can get a little repetitive from time to time. For a Taco Tuesday Twist, try this simple creation: crunchy taco bowls made from flour tortillas. (This idea is courtesy Annie’s Eats.)

{Make edible taco bowls with a cupcake tin, olive oil and flour tortillas.}

All you need is a cupcake pan, a little olive oil and medium-sized flour tortillas. Simply turn your cupcake pan upside down, brush a little olive oil on both sides of your tortilla then fashion a bowl in the center of four individual cupcake tins. Next, bake your taco bowls at 400 to 425 degrees until crispy (8 to 10 minutes). You want the edges of the bowls to be slightly browned. Last, fix your tacos however you like! I personally love lots of ground beef, chopped tomato, salsa, lettuce, shredded cheese and a little sour cream!

Do you have Taco Tuesdays? What’s your favorite Taco Tuesday Twist? Leave me a comment! I’d love to try it out.

{Fill your individual-sized taco bowls with whatever fixings you like.}

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4 responses to “Taco Tuesday: Make Crunchy Taco Bowls

  1. Tasty taco Tuesday twist!

    Those look yummy 🙂

    http://www.kimberlyloc.com/

  2. Hm, I love that Taco Tuesday can coincide with SYTYCD Tuesday come May. I hope my invitation to the DeBacker household still stands! These look pretty and delicious.

  3. @kimberlyloc Thanks Kimmie!

    @Megan Of course your open invitation still stands. You’re always welcome to my abode, lovely lady. SYTYCD Tuesdays … here we come! 🙂

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