Here is a great and very easy recipe from Lindsay who does a great cooking site entitled “Normal Cooking”. She puts together this Cinco de Mayo Burrito Bake that uses ingredients you will find in your pantry like re-fried beans, Bisquick baking mix and some other ingredients that will fit your busy schedule.
Happy Cinco de Mayo, everyone! I honestly have no idea what this traditional Mexican holiday is celebrating. All I know is that us Americans love to eat Mexican food and drink tequila on the 5th day of the 5th month every year. Maybe the Mexicans do the same thing?
Anyways, this is the latest (of many) Mexican dishes I’ve made. I truly have loved pretty much every single one of them. If you want to browse my various Mexican-themed recipes to try for your Cinco de Mayo party, click here.
One thing I love about this Burrito Bake is that it is Weight Watcher friendly. Yes, even with all that gooey cheese on top, this is only 6 points per serving. So go ahead and celebrate Cinco de Mayo with your friends and don’t feel guilty about it! No one will ever never know it’s healthy because it tastes…
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One shelf of Miss Polly’s Cook Book Collection
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I really thought these were just a very cleverly plated real spaghetti and meatballs in a cup cake cup, but read on!
Sweet Little Thing outdid her pretty little self!