Yesterday’s post inspired me.
Eating the same old thing week after week may be easy….but yeah, it’s not always exciting.
So I’m scrapping my original plans for a big salad tonight, and I’m bringing out an oldie but a goodie out of the recipe box.
Gluten Free TACO CUPS!!
I absolutely love taco cups, and they actually aren’t that hard to make. I just sort of forgot about them!
The taco cups are easy to make thanks to Rudi’s GF tortillas.
You start by cutting circles out of the tortillas:
and then place them in a cupcake tin, letting the corners pucker up.
Spritz lightly with cooking spray and then bake at 400 degrees for 5-10 minutes, or until the tortilla browns a bit on the edges:
Then fill with whatever you love! I like seasoned ground chicken, homemade guacamole, a tiny bit of monterey jack cheese, and a tomato.
So good! Since it’s made from a tortilla (and it isn’t just a crispy corn chip) it doesn’t fall apart in your mouth. The cup is crispy on the edges but still pliable.
I was pleasantly surprised the first time I made these because the cup didn’t crumble when I took a bite!