This post and Touchdown Taco Boats Two Ways is sponsored by Old El Paso and Walmart. Any ideas and opinions are 100% my own.
There are three things I’ve learned to love more, since meeting my husband. Massages, Green Day, and football! At least one of those three things has been a part of my daily life for the past 20 years.
I have no objections to any of it. Okay, maybe a little bit during fantasy season for football because we have to watch every game to see how all his fantasy team players do. As long as there is delicious food to enjoy, I try not to complain. Especially when it involves Old El Paso and Touchdown Taco Boats Two Ways!
Recently, there was a very important game on for my husband. Fantasy season wrapped up and it came down to the final game, and the final players, for the team he was going against. Being the awesome wife I am, I whipped up some easy Crunchy Chili Taco Boats for him to celebrate the end of the season and they were SO good!
Crunchy Chili Taco Boats
All you need are Old El Paso Mini Taco Boats, a can of chili – with or without beans, shredded cheese, and crushed up corn chips. Simply heat up the chili using your preferred method, and you are ready to go.
The best way to fill the Old El Paso Mini Taco Boats with these ingredients is to place the chili on the bottom. Then you can top it with the remaining ingredients, and maybe even a little diced onion if you’d like.
Crispy Chicken Salad Taco Boats
When everyone loves football but not everyone loves chili, you also have Crispy Chicken Salad Taco Boats! This is something I could eat once a week, and can we talk about the Old El Paso Whole Wheat Taco Boats?! Delicious! We switched to whole wheat noodles a few months back, and I’m thinking taco shells are next after having these.
To make these Crispy Chicken Salad Taco Boats all you need are Old El Paso Whole Wheat Taco Boats, crispy chicken tenders – cut up, lettuce, diced tomatoes, shredded cheese, bacon pieces, and ranch dressing. A salad in its own edible bowl.
The best way to fill the Old El Paso taco boats with these ingredients is to start with lettuce. Top that with chicken, the other toppings, and then finish it off with ranch dressing.
There are so many different ways to change things up when it comes to taco boats. Looking for a new taco Tuesday recipe, or something tasty for the big game? Give Touchdown Taco Boats Two Ways a try. There are several varieties of Old El Paso taco shells available at Walmart to help get those creative juices flowing.
Plus, they win you brownie points in the wife department when your husband comes home with a makeshift trophy from work because he WON the fantasy season! It’s like he won twice!
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