Sunday, December 5, 2010

Taco Ring

Man I love me some taco ring!

I have no idea where this recipe came from, its probably from Pillsbury or Pampered Chef or something like that. Wherever it came from, its good. And its super easy and fast! It takes like 20 minutes, tops! We eat this a lot in my family, especially for family dinner nights, where all the aunts and uncles and cousins come over. Its cheap to make, its fun to put your own toppings on, and its a new way to eat tacos!

1 pound ground beef, cooked and seasoned with taco seasoning
2 rolls of refrigerated croissant rolls
shredded cheese
taco toppings of your choice (cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, sour cream, salsa, etc.)

Unroll the croissant rolls, seperating out the little triangles.
On a cookie sheet, layer the triangles so that they overlap each other and form a wreath, like this:

Fill the edge of the ring with the ground beef, and then layer on the shredded cheese. Like this:

Fold over the tips of the triangles to cover the ground beef and cheese, pressing in the edges if you can. Some of the ground beef and cheese mixture will poke through, and that is ok.
Bake at 350 for about 11 minutes, or as indicated on the package of croissant rolls.
Top with your favorite taco toppings and enjoy!


  1. What a great recipe...............And a good idea for making something with kids. I love it and the savoury filling sounds delicious

  2. I have been jonesing for Mexican food since, well, you. This is exactly what I need because it's so quick and simple. I wanna make one and sort of mix the salad into the meaty filling as it oozes out. YUM, looks great, Jen!

  3. It's pampered chef. Ah memories... I remember the first taco ring...

  4. It is good!! And you are right, its quick, simple, and perfect for making with the kiddos!

    Aww, Adena reads my blog! :) Thanks, I knew you would know where it came from!

  5. I'm making Beau a cook book for Christmas this year (just what a guy almost out on his own needs, right?) and this recipe is definitely going in with the rest. Great recipe!


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