Delicious and simple, these Creamy Tacos will become your new favorite. Perfect for a weeknight meal or a game day party.
These Creamy Tacos continue to be a huge favorite around our house and for good reason. . . they’re insanely delicious!
I posted this recipe way back in 2014 so many of you probably don’t even know it exists. For that reason these Creamy Tacos are getting a much-needed facelift and being brought back into the spotlight today because you need these in your life.
Original post. . .
I got this recipe years ago my my husband’s cousin after having them at her son’s missionary farewell. Creamy Tacos might not be the most accurate name for them since we’ve never actually eaten them in taco shells, but that’s what Allison called them so the name has stuck. I’m going to apologize right now for not sharing this recipe sooner.
When I made these the other night my boys said this is on your blog, right? When I told them they weren’t, they were flabbergasted! These creamy tacos are probably one of their all-time favorite meals in the history of ever and they couldn’t believe I hadn’t shared it yet. Sorry boys!
Then, I disappointed them even more when I took half of it to my sister and her family because she broke her collar bone and had to have surgery.
These creamy tacos are delicious, so simple to make and can be thrown together super quickly.
You can serve them over chips for a taco salad, in a taco shell for tacos (obviously) or fill a flour tortilla and fold up burrito style –so versatile. One of our favorite things to do with the leftovers is heat it up and just use it as a chip dip—you won’t believe how good it is.
This mixture is definitely soupy so we find it works best serving it over tortilla chips and making taco salads with it.
With football season here, these creamy tacos make the perfect game-day food. True comfort food I tell you!
CAN I MAKE THIS ON THE STOVETOP:
Yes you can. Brown your meat in a large pot and then add the remaining ingredients in. Stir frequently until the cheese melts and mixture is hot.
Originally posted September 19, 2014