Corn-free Nachos with Tasty Toppings + Mojito Drops Dessert
June 10, 2011 By
Leanne VogelNovember 6, 2018
I may or may not be on a major Mexican kick right now. I can’t seem to get guacamole + fresh salsa in my tummy fast enough.
In school, we learned quickly that when we didn’t know the answer to a question like, “list 5 foods that have Vitamin E”, or “List 3 foods that support a healthy pregnancy”, 9.5 times out of 10 answering with avocado was a sure thing.
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Prepare salsa + guacamole per instructions [I didn’t change a thing about either recipe].
Preheat oven to 375F and brush triangle wrap pieces with olive oil and sprinkle with herbamare. Place on a cookie sheet and bake in the oven for 15-20 minutes, flipping at the 10 minute mark. Be sure to watch these very closely as they can burn. Once complete, remove from oven, sprinkle with a bit more herbamare, and set aside to cool. Meanwhile, place ground meat in a frying pan and fry on medium-high until no longer pink. Dash with crushed chili’s and remove from heat. Place a layer of chips on the bottom of your plate. Top with cheese + meat and serve guacamole + salsa on the side. Enjoy! Watch these very closely as they can burn. Once complete, remove from oven, sprinkle with a bit more herbamare, and set aside to cool.
Meanwhile, place ground meat in a frying pan and fry on medium-high until no longer pink. Dash with crushed chili’s and remove from heat.
Place a layer of chips on the bottom of your plate. Top with cheese + meat and serve guacamole + salsa on the side. Enjoy!
I’ve been making these nachos for a couple of weeks and couldn’t be happier with the way they turned out. There’s just some days I don’t want to cook [believe it or not] so this recipe is perfect. All of the ingredients are easy to prep and make for fantastic leftovers!
Since it’s been getting warmer, I’ve been craving after dinner desserts like no other! Anything sweet and chewy is fair game. I’ve had my fair share of Lemon Cashew Drops lately, but I was craving something different last night, something risque. Then I remembered a recipe I created for Lori a couple of weeks ago.
And with that I was off to the kitchen to whip up a batch.
These fruit and nut balls make for a perfect [simple] sunny afternoon snack.
10 medjool dates, pitted
½ cup almonds
½ cup coconut
8 mint leaves
1 tablespoon lime juice
zest of one lime
In a food processor, chop almonds until they’re the size of the eraser end of a pencil. Remove from food processor bowl and set aside.
Place remaining ingredients in the food processor and combine until dates are fully mashed [you’ll know when it’s ready when the dates clump together in one large ball] Add almonds back in and pulse quickly, just until incorporated.
Grab a scoop at a time [about a tablespoon size or a bit bigger] and roll into balls. Place completed balls on a freezer safe plate. Repeat with remaining dough. Place balls in the freezer for 5-10 minutes, remove and enjoy!
I like to keep them in the freezer for quick access. I prefer them cold, but they’re just as tasty at room temperature and will hold their form well.
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Longest post ever! I feel like quite the Energizer bunny.