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If you want to play a delicious trick on your family and friends today…share these yummy Taco Cupcakes with them! 🙂 April Fools!!!
Tacos are delicious…cupcakes are delicious. So obviously Taco Cupcakes are going to be delicious! 🙂 Now don’t get freaked out, it’s a Taco Cupcake, because it’s in cupcake form…no sweet stuff here! This awesome idea came from Curry and Comfort! Taco ’bout making dinner even more fun! (Did you see what I did there? :-)) Our family LOVED these and we hope you do too!
(Recipe adapted from Curry and Comfort, by Paula with The REAL Housewives of Riverton)
2 cans 10 count homestyle biscuits
1 lb ground beef, browned and seasoned
1 1/2 cup refried beans
1 cup shredded cheese
1 cup salsa
Optional toppings: Cilantro, jalapenos, lettuce, green onions, guacamole and/or lime.
Brown and season your ground beef. Open your biscuits and flatten them and press two into each cupcake form. Put two tablespoons of ground beef in each cup, next add about 1 1/2 tablespoons refried beans in each cup. Bake at designated temperature according to your biscuits. You may need to add 2-4 minutes onto the bake time to make sure they are baked all the way through. Once done, top with about 1, mounded tablespoon of cheese on each cupcake. Put back in the warm oven for another minute or two, until cheese is melted. Let them cool for just a couple of minutes and top with salsa and other desired toppings. Our Cilantro Lime Dip is delicious on these! Enjoy!
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