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Taco Pie

Taco Pie

Guest post from Brigette Shevy

This twist-on-a-taco recipe has always been a hit at our house! The original recipe came from the Once-A-Month Cooking cook book – a resource my mom and sisters and I often relied on during one of our marathon freezer cooking days.

If you like making up meals ahead of time, this is a great one to have in your collection since it requires only minimal last minute preparations! Of course, you can also just make it and bake it immediately, which is what I normally do these days.

Taco Pie

Feel free to experiment by adding other taco toppings such as salsa, onions, or black olives. If you like your Mexican food spicy, sprinkle in some cayenne pepper, or add some jalapenos on top! Yum!

Brigette is a full-time wife and mother who is blessed with three amazing bundles of energy and another on the way. She enjoys music, experimenting in the kitchen, homeschooling her children, finding great deals, long-distance running, and anything chocolate.

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  • Rachael says:

    I like to make this using crescent rolls as the crust. Super easy and yummy 🙂

    • Raquel says:

      If you use crescent rolls,are you going to spread it on the bottom or are you going to put it on top?and are you still going to make the bisquick mixture to pour over the ground beef mixture?

      • Casey says:

        I make something similar with bisquits flattened to make cups in a muffin tin. You cook the hamburger mixture then spoon into bisquits and cook in oven with instructions on package. If you use crescents you would lay flat in pan and squeeze together seams. Depending on size of pan you could put all of the crescents on bottom, or put some on top. The biscuits and crescents replace the bisquick.

  • Toni W. says:

    I make something similar to this. I use burrito shells instead of the Bisquick. I layer it with the shell, beef, beans, cheese, ect. then repeat. Sometimes there are 3 – 4 layers of each. It’s a HUGE hit here.

  • Karen says:

    i’ve made a recipe like this for decades and even now as adults my kids still LOVE it. If you haven’t tried it yet, I highly recommend doing so!!

  • Christy says:

    Thanks for the recipe and also for the substitute for Bisquick!

  • Jessica says:

    Thank you for the recipe!! And congrats on the new baby on the way! 🙂

  • Sissy Sweet says:

    I have made t his with chicken, and also with refried beans, instead of beef. I feel like it’s a little healthier.

  • Kelly C. says:

    Can I leave out the chilies for my picky girls or do you have sub suggestions? Thanks.

  • Jessica Varner says:

    Wasn’t my favorite. Kind of bland and an interesting texture.

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