|Walking Tacos. They're sweeping the nation (one step at a time)|
All you have to do before your trip is cook your favorite taco meat, bring along all the side fixin's you would put in a taco, and toss in some individual bags of Fritos and Doritos, and you are in business!
Here's what we brought:
cooked taco meat (we stored ours in a gallon zip lock bag)
shredded cheese (bought it pre-shredded)
lettuce from our garden (chopped and stored in another ziplock bag with a wet paper towel inside to keep moisture and crispness - a little trick I learned from my mom)
can of sliced olives
favorite salsa (in a baggie or a small container so you don't have to bring the whole thing)
sour cream (also in a baggie or small container)
individual bags of Doritos/Fritos
All you do after that is open your favorite bag of chips. Crunch them up a bit.
|Mr. D dramatically demonstrates the crunching up of said chips|
|Do not underestimate how much the small fry will love crushing up a bag of chips. Very satisfying!|
Next, add a scoop or two of the warmed up taco meat
Add some cheese
Throw in some lettuce and other goodies
My youngest does not enjoy the lettuce so much, so her completely customized creation was more of a meat n' cheese scenario. She also chose Doritos instead of Fritos. Kids LOVE having it "their way" let me tell you.
|"Nothing green to see here, carry on..."|
Finally I put in a scoop of salsa and a scoop of sour cream, (which made it's own taco salad dressing of sorts) and a few sliced olives.
After that, shake everything up inside your chip bag. There was some flipping bags over and stirring of forks at this part. The kids thought this was FUN!
Now it's time to dig into your creation. It was a perfect little taco salad in a bag if you will. Not that pretty, but delicious! The kids could customize the bags to their tastes and add only the toppings they wanted. They loved that they were eating out of chip bags like bowls.
My girls loved the name "Walking Tacos" almost as much as they wanted to demonstrate they could walk and eat tacos at the same time.
|She's walking... she's taco-ing...|
This little dinner would not only work great for camping, but anytime you need to feed a crowd. I could see this working for a youth group game night, a slumber party, or when you have the little league team over for their big awards night. It really was an easy thing to make, and we will totally make these again soon. Maybe in the luxury of our own kitchen, just for kicks!
Technically these are an Americanized version of Dorilocos.
That's a good thing, because Dorilocos are TERRIBLE!
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