Walking Tacos


No plates and an easy clean up make this delicious taco recipe a must. Made inside a bag of Fritos or Doritos for a flavor boost, all you need to do is add in seasoned ground beef and some of your favorite taco toppings, and voila, you have Walking Tacos. Great for an easy weeknight meal that's also frugal, surprise the family with this wacky taco recipe and enjoy. It's the best way to eat tacos.

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Yes! This recipe is an oldie but a goodie. My family and friends always love when we make these. It's fun to change up what kind of chips you use. We particularly like when we make them with Doritos. You can also switch up the meats (ground turkey and ground chicken are always delicious if you aren't a fan of beef.) We just call them tacos in a bag. They are not at all healthy, but oh boy are they delicious!

This is an easy taco recipe that will be a family pleaser in the Fall. It seems like something my family will like during football season. I can imagine putting out a table of toppings in cute football themed bowls and letting people top off their tacos as they please.

Walking tacos are a big thing at high school concessions around here. They are so simple to make. They would be great for slumber parties. Let the kids make how they want and eat them while watching movies. You can usually find a big box of single serving bags on Amazon and sometimes even at Walmart or the grocery store.

This recipe is so much fun, and so clever I just couldn't resist. I don't know about serving it for dinner, but a handful of teenagers hanging out on a Saturday sure did think I was the greatest Mom ever. My son and his friends had the best time snacking on these tacos. As for me...I served them with plastic utensils so cleanup was a breeze. I could go on and on about how much fun I had with this recipe.

Aww! They used to sell these at the concession stand at my high school's football games. It'd be super fun to make these again just out of nostalgia. Besides, I can't turn down any Mexican food!

This is how the Woolworth's on the Santa Fe plaza sold them for over 50 years.

So far every recipe link that I've clicked on from "The Girl Who Ate Everything" website has triggered my computer as a VIRUS THREAT attached to the pages!!!!

I agree,every single time here as well. Why and should we avoid these pages?

Everyone thinks this is so "new". This is the way frito pies were served when I was in high school. Almost 45 years ago!!


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