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Are you ready to taco-bout some football?! Who cares if we can’t watch football on Taco Tuesday, we can have tacos any game day!
Lay out a taco fiesta for football Sundays, Mondays, sometimes Thursdays, and Saturdays! Get ready to munch on taco favorites turned finger foods, including Taco Dip Pinwheels and Taco Pizza Cups, my personal favorite!
Pinwheels are a go-to party food, snack, and tailgate dish. Easy to make, easy to eat, and delicious, these Taco Dip Pinwheels will have you coming back for more.
Taco Dip Pinwheels Ingredients
- 3 Tortillas
- 1 Cup Sour Cream
- 1 Tablespoon Taco Seasoning
- 1 Cup Shredded Cheese
- 1 Cup Diced Tomatoes
- 1 Cup Shredded Lettuce
- 1/2 Cup Olives
- Pace® Picante Sauce
First, mix together the sour cream and taco seasoning to create the base layer for the Taco Dip Pinwheels. Spread the mix onto the tortillas, leaving a little bit of the edge visible.
Now it is time to assemble the remaining layers of the Taco Dip Pinwheels. Add lettuce, diced tomatoes, olives, and finally, the shredded cheese.
Now you can roll up the tortilla and slice it into pinwheels. If you won’t be serving them right away, you can wrap the rolls with plastic wrap and place them in the fridge. Then slice them up just before serving.
When you are ready to serve and eat, lay the pinwheels flat, and top them with a spoonful of Pace® Picante Sauce! A nice little kick for a finishing touch(down)! Trust me when I tell you to make a few extra to snack on while you are making them. Quality control and all.
Now it’s time for Taco Pizza Cups! I’m a big fan of taco pizza, but I’m alone on that in my house. These Taco Pizza Cups and topping bar, however, have the whole family smiling.
Taco Pizza Cups Ingredients
- 1 Can Refrigerated Pizza Crust
- 1lb Hamburger
- 1/4 Cup Taco Seasoning
Taco Pizza Cups Topping Bar
- Pace® Picante Salsa
- Shredded Lettuce
- Shredded Cheese
- Diced Tomatoes
First, make taco meat as you normally would. Then, lay out the refrigerated pizza crust, and cut it into circles using a mason jar lid or circular cookie cutter.
Place each circle into a hole in a cupcake tin, and fill each biscuit cup with taco meat. Bake at 350 for 10-12 minutes, pulling them out the during last 5 minutes to add shredded cheese on top so it can melt.
While the Taco Pizza Cups are baking, assemble the topping bar. You can fill small bowls or a veggie tray with your toppings, like my football veggie tray that is perfect for game day!
Toppings for our taco bar included shredded lettuce, shredded cheese, diced tomatoes, olives, and Pace® Picante Salsa. What else would you add…maybe a little avocado? As long as there is salsa, all is right in the world.
If your house is like mine, Pace® Salsa is a brand that your whole family will love. Flavorful products that never disappoint, whether it’s for dipping chips, or kicking casseroles up a few notches, like my Chicken Salsa Casserole.
When the Taco Pizza Cups are done, remove from the oven and let them cool for a few minutes before transferring to a serving plate. Now you and your guests can top them however they would like.
I’m telling ya, Pace® is guaranteed to add a kick to your snacking and cooking, especially these taco recipes. How can it not with handpicked jalapenos and genuine southwest flavor.
If you are looking for a touchdown when it comes to game day food, give these taco recipes a try! Don’t forget to add a little adventure to your plate and make it saucy with Pace® products at Walmart.
Not just for game time, but even for those breakfast eggs and lunch roll-ups or as a salad dressing replacement. Yum!
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