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Saturday, April 2, 2016

Oven Baked Chimichangas

    Not to long ago I came across a very easy and fun dish.  I follow a great side called Lou Lou girls.  They do all different things involving cooking and crafts.  Kim the person I follow put up a dish for a very fun dish.  This is an oven baked Chimmiechanga  The receipt is easy to follow and it only takes a few ingredients!  I made this last week for Quinn and Kayla and they loved it.

1 Package of Cream Cheese 8 ounces
1 Package of Taco Cheese or 2 cups
1 lb of ground beef.  (You can use Chicken or no meat if you like too.)
1 Package of taco seasoning
1 Container of Salsa
1 Container of Sour Cream
1 Package of Soft Wraps.  You can get whatever ones you enjoy most

Cook the ground beef until brown and add the taco season according to the package.  It will probably have you add a bit of water.
Put the meat in a bowl and add the cream cheese, and taco cheese.
Stir and mix together.
Lay out one soft warp and place a little of the mixed meat in the middle.
Roll and fold up like a wrap.
Spray both sides of the wrap with non sticking spray and place on a flat cooking sheet.
Repeat until sheet is full
Place in your oven at 350 degrees.
Cook for 30 minutes but flip them over after 15 so you cook both sides evenly.
Take them out and place on a dish.
Put some salsa and sour cream on top.
Add any side you would like and serve!

The oven will give them a nice crispy shell and the mix of meat and cheeses are wonderful.  This healthier spin on this famous Mexican dish is very easy and will surprise your family or friends.
You can add as much salsa or sour cream to the top as you wish however less is more.  We found just a little bit will make it perfect, if you add to much it can get to soggy.  You can also add Lettuce or other toppings as you wish.  This receipt didn't call for anything like beans in the mix but feel free to add them if you would like.

Here is a link to Kim's page where I found it!

Thanks Again Kim!

Always Remember,

Cooking should be Fun!  So have fun doing it!!!


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