Saturday, November 13, 2010

Taco Bites--Saturday's Party 11/12/10

TACO BITES

(psss--watch closely, I have a giveaway coming up this afternoon, with a short entry window!!)

Thanks everyone for linking up last week!  I love seeing all the different party ideas!  Here's a taste of what was shared. . .you can check out all the items shared, for every week,  HERE.


Cheese Truffles.  You know how I love my cheese.  This is the PERFECT party treat!  Instead of one big cheeseball everyone cuts into, everyone can have their own cheeseball.  It's on my list for our next party.  Check it out at Louanne's Kitchen


And as we're getting closer to having more and more parties, you can't have a party if bacon's not involved.  Ok, well you can.  But how can you not have little sandwiches?  Things in miniature are just fun. :)  And while you're checking these BLT Bites out at 3 Sides Of Crazy, check out all their dips too!  A perfect sunday night football party ready to go!

These jam bars remind me of being a kid.  I remember having these growing up.  I love them.  Go take a peek at Ceo A's Draicht

And now these Taco Bites.  I saw them over at Carrie's Cooking and Recipes and thought "Perfect!" and jumped right in to make them. 

I used Frito Scoops as the little bowls.  They were small, but perfect for bite size.  But because they were small, it took a little while to get all the fillings inside (and STAYING inside).  I used the sour cream like glue, to keep the tomatoes in place.

K-girl ate them up.  She's one of those, who picks out the filling of everything, and leaves the sad broken shell on her plate.  Not this time.  Except for the tomatoes, which I can't convince her are so tasty!


And if you have one of these, it makes for a perfect serving platter. 

TACO CUPS
Posted at: http://recipesofacheapskate.blogspot.com
Adapted from: Carrie's Cooking and Recipes
  • Ground meat seasoned with taco seasoning
  • shredded cheese
  • shredded lettuce
  • diced tomatoes
  • sour cream
  • Frito's Scoops
Place a little bit of meat into each frito.  You might have to go through the bag to find the ones that are shaped just right.  Layer your cheese, lettuce, sour cream, and tomatoes.  If things are falling off, the sour cream makes a nice 'glue'!

Linked up at: Friday's Potluck, Potluck Sunday,

SATURDAY'S PARTY--What are you bringing?

Not sure what Saturday's Party is? See link HERE.

  • Please link to your original POST, not directly to your blog's homepage.
  • Anything pertaining to a party is welcome!  Food, drinks, decoration  ideas, theme ideas, etc. 
  • Grab the Saturday's party button to add to your post, or link back to this post so others can come here and see the other great party ideas!
  • go check out the other bloggers and see what they made!  Who knows, you might find a new blog to follow!


Recipes Of A Cheapskate





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8 comments:

  1. How fun!!! I love this post! I adore little mini anything and what a perfect party food! Thank you so much for bringing to Friday Potluck -- what a great Potluck snack! :) Linking up my Buffalo Chicken Tacos right... now :)

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  2. I've been wanting to link up to the party. Finally have something party-worthy!

    Thanks for hosting!

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  3. These are so cute!! OMG, I love them. I'm not sure if I'd have the patience to make them, but I'd sure like to try, lol. Thanks for hosting and I hope you're having a great weekend!

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  4. great yummy little tiny things that really looks so delicious...i so love the taco bites. happy weekend! saving this for future...:)

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  5. Thank you for featuring my cheese truffles! I love the taco bites - they are perfect!
    Linked up my cookies!

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  6. I love the taco bites! How clever you are. I buy Scoops all the time, I will definitely be trying these. Thanks for the great idea, and of course thanks for hosting.

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  7. Ok, I'm so making these for the kiddos & me for lunch soon!

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  8. Great recipe! I would love it if you would share this recipe on my weekly recipe swap. And while your there you can check out other great recipes!

    http://homeandpantry.blogspot.com/2010/11/pantry-recipe-swap.html

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