Walking Tacos 🌮

Walking TacoHappy Foodie Friday!!

Who you wit? Will you be cheering for the New England Patriots or Philadelphia Eagles?

It’s almost time to celebrate Superbowl 52 the biggest football game of the year! Even if you don’t like to watch football you can enjoy the yummy food, family, friends, and commercials!  Let me help you make the right call for the game with adding walking tacos to your game day spread!  I was introduced to walking tacos in High School and have been a fan ever since.  Walking Tacos are so fun and easy to make!! It’s basically a taco salad in a bag.

Win or lose walking tacos will help you be the MVP in the Kitchen!!Walking Tacos

Ingredients

1 pound of ground turkey or beef

1 package of taco seasoning (McCormick, Taco Bell, etc) I love McCormick seasonings!!!

Shredded lettuce

Shredded Cheese

Sour Cream

Tomatoes

Taco Salsa or Sauce

Optional: Jalapenos, Black Beans, Corn, and Onions

6-8 bags of small chips (Doritos, Fritos, or any other chips of your choice)

Directions

Cook ground turkey or beef in a skillet until brown, drain grease from meat. Add taco seasoning and cook according to directions on the package.

Carefully open one bag of chips and add your meat along with other toppings. Don’t add too much because you have to mix it all together. Eat with a fork and enjoy

Sour Cream

Tomatoes

Taco Salsa or Sauce

Optional: Jalapenos, Black Beans, Corn, and Onions

6-8 bags of small chips (Doritos, Fritos, or any other chips of your choice)


Pineapple Lemonade🍋BHM Potluck

Hello February!!

As a little girl I remember my mommy preparing dishes for potlucks she would have at work but funny thing is they called them pitch –ins. (lol)  I had so much fun helping her prepare dishes for the pitch –ins and would also love that she would bring home some yummy food from the other teachers.  With all of the experience I had as a little girl I feel like I was born a Potluck Queen. I love creating wonderful dishes and beverages with love just like my mommy did when I was a little girl.

February is full of different holidays that give you the opportunity to have a great potluck. I am excited to be a part of the virtual Black History Potluck along with 27 other amazing food bloggers. You can’t have a good potluck without a party punch.   I am bringing Pineapple Lemonade to the potluck.  When I say this drink is good it is good!

Ingredients

1 lemon

2 quarts of Country Time Lemonade

1 cup of sugar

1 8oz can of pineapple chunks

1 6oz can of pineapple juice

Instructions

Mix all ingredients in a 2 quart pitcher and fill with water. Cut the lemon in half and squeeze half in the pitcher. The remaining half will be sliced and added to the pitcher.

Happy Cooking!!

Bonus Tip: Add Sprite or Ginger Ale to make it a punch!

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