- 1 pound lean ground beef (browned and drained)
- 3 tablespoons taco seasoning
- 10 ounces diced tomatoes and green chiles (Ro-Tel)
- 1 1/2 cups sharp cheddar cheese (shredded, or Mexican blend)
- 24 wonton wrappers
|Calories160Calories from Fat60|
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|Calories from Fat60|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Annezetta Akinbile 3 days ago
Very good my kids liked it
eve 7 days ago
My boyfriend and I loved them. My little ungrateful children gave them a thumbs down lol. They are delicious and my kids are just picky
Churro Chacaron 25 days ago
Amazing I used the tortillas and it worked out I used a lot of cheese and it was very delicious
matt hurt a month ago
big hit with family and easy to make without costing an arm and a leg
K2 a month ago
Big hit! I kept the cups at 375° for nearly 20 minutes before they browned well. Versatile recipe that we'll be having again.
Donna a month ago
They had very good flavor. Had a hard time getting the cheese to melt though
Dionne Gerety a month ago
Super easy and kids loved it. Still good as leftovers
Lindsey Jeffers 2 months ago
So easy and so amazing! Definitely will be making these again
Matt 2 months ago
Amazing! It was very easy and compact for a little Cinco de Mayo celebration 🎉
Adam Mitchem 2 months ago
It turned out better then I thought first time making such a great dish
Darcy 2 months ago
Very tasty and easy to make. They were a bit difficult to eat though.
dave h. 2 months ago
tasty-full of flavor
DonnaBee 2 months ago
These were so soggy on the bottom they were inedible. My husband and I threw them in the trash. This recipe needs some tweaking, like maybe pre-baking the wraps or using tortillas instead.
Jayme Morin 2 months ago
Will definitely make them again!
Andrue Manderano 2 months ago
interesting and different yet still delicious
Meghan 2 months ago
Loved it! Will be making again!
Smores 2 months ago
It turned out very good. We enjoyed them!
Darrinelle 2 months ago
It was great! We all loved the recipe!
kELLY 2 months ago
Crispy and soft and little heat was so delicious. Will definitely make this again.
Alexis Owsley 2 months ago
tried my own flare on it. instead of the canned tomatoes i roasted up an anaheim pepper, red bell pepper, and red onions. and mixed that up with the meat. turned out fantastic!
Susan A. 2 months ago
I've made these forever - www.emilybites.com has tons of "cupcake" recipes. Make, freeze and grab and go... tacos, lasagna, meatloaf cups, philly steak and cheese - any filling really. I've used both the won ton wrappers but also small pieces of refrigerated biscuits which I prefer the biscuit base
Kathy O. 2 months ago
Try browning the shells a little before putting the ingredients in to cook.
Miranda Jane 2 months ago
We substitued queso for shredded cheese and built a little differently to accommodate the larger muffin tin size. They were the perfect mix of soft and cruncy. 10 out of 10 would do again.
Sara Wainwright 2 months ago
Amazing!! These were so easy and my husband and son loved them. They are also very filling.
Laura 2 months ago
I was not impressed with the won ton wrappers not cooking on the bottom and not crisping up on the top. The taco meat mixture was delicious! Couldn't eat the won ton wrappers.
Patricia F. 2 months ago
Great love them Try a little hot sauce on them.
Brit Stump 2 months ago
Tasty, easy and kid friendly. I didn’t use the second second wonton because that was to much.
Shannon West 2 months ago
Recipe is simple and easy, not quite as pretty as the pictures though.
Jenna Custard 2 months ago
The recipe itself was a hit, an easy meal to get kids to eat. the only issue I had was the cooking spray the instructions said to use. The cooking spray was very over powering and took over the flavors in my mouth. the only thing I could taste was cooking spray. youd think a little grease and the tomato juices would keep it from sticking. Next time i wont use cooking spray and ill double the taco seasoning.
mallory williams 2 months ago
awesome recipe but if you don’t like the edges of the tortilla really crispy i recommend only 9 or 10 minutes!