• step 1: cook 1 lb ground beef & season w/ taco seasoning.

    step 2: use non-stick spray on muffin tin & place wonton wrappers in muffin tin.
  • step 3: fill uncooked wontons with beef & top with shredded cheese

    step 4: bake @350 for 8 minutes
  • step 5: nom nom nom

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  1. windlegends 75 months ago | reply

    I tried these and the wrappers were not done at 8 minutes. Or 10. There were PARTIALLY done at 15 but it took 20 to get them crisp and not still soggy on the bottom. Not a recipe I'll try again.

  2. ~*Patti*~ 75 months ago | reply

    this just showed up again on my feed, Holy cow 137K views. Lordy!

  3. eg_yarnista 75 months ago | reply

    Non-hover instructions would be helpful for those of us on mobile devices. FYI.

  4. m.lichtenwalner 74 months ago | reply

    I found this from 366 Days of Pinterest and I made them--they are sooo delicious! I blogged about it here: littlebitomeghan.blogspot.com/2012/07/recipes-from-intern...

  5. lovewillfindus10 74 months ago | reply

    cant you just replace the wrappers with scoops chips? im thinking of trying this.

  6. Miss Lee * 74 months ago | reply

    could anybody tell me where is the recipe of this? i dont know why i cant see the recipe? :(

  7. PryncssBriana 73 months ago | reply

    Precook the wrappers for a few minutes before loading them, that will help with the soggy bottoms, and get them crispier. :)

  8. colorado78 73 months ago | reply

    Looks like something for college game snacks

  9. kydee143 72 months ago | reply

    I use frito lay scoops, just as good

  10. tmorgan85 72 months ago | reply

    Found these via Pinterest.... made them last night for my family... They couldn't get enough!!! So cute and simple great idea! I explained them as mini taco salad bowls lol!

  11. Laylasmama09 71 months ago | reply

    I know they get hard, minus all the grease but they were too dry, does anyone know if you can put an egg wash on them or something

  12. mcblackston 69 months ago | reply

    Super easy and you can always add chopped tomatoes and lettuce afterward to get the entire taco experience!

  13. loidajen 69 months ago | reply

    Just made 4 pcs to test for tomorrow's party. DELICIOUS. I sauteed onions with ground turkey breast and pinto beans, seasoned with taco mix. Coudn't find wonton wrappers but egg roll wrappers did the trick. Elegant party fare, serve with guac and sour cream. For Vegetarian friends, I will season beans only and cheese. WONDERFUL IDEA. Does anyone know if these can be pre-made 1 night in advance?

  14. carvalhog2007 68 months ago | reply

    Does anyone know about how many this recipe makes?

  15. AlyssaDemeter 68 months ago | reply

    Just made these!!! I used ground turkey and cooked it with onions and extra taco seasoning. I topped these with salsa fresco and greek yogurt! Super delicious and healthy!!! Thank you for an amazing dinner!

  16. ~Mandie~ 67 months ago | reply

    Is it ok to use egg roll wrappers instead of wonton wrappers?

  17. Desert wanderer 66 months ago | reply

    FYI...read other peoples comments...they usually have your answers!!
    this looks like something I might be adding to the menu for my nieces wedding reception!

  18. kcdunnam 65 months ago | reply

    Holy moly! The only fail about this recipe is that I didn't double it! :) My whole family loved it. My kids (11, 9 and 4) loved theirs plain, and my husband and I added guacamole, salsa and a jalepeno or two. Thanks for the great idea.

  19. catpouncer 63 months ago | reply

    How to make "Mini Tacos"

    Original recipe makes 24 appetizersChange Servings

    24 wonton wrappers
    1 pound lean ground beef
    1 (1.12 ounce) package Pace® Dry Taco Seasoning Mix
    2 tablespoons Pace® Picante Sauce
    1/2 cup Pace® Chunky Salsa
    1 cup shredded Mexican blend cheese
    Preheat oven to 425 degrees F.

    *Press wonton wrappers into mini-muffin cups.
    *Cook beef in skillet until browned. Drain off fat. Stir in taco seasoning mix and picante sauce.
    *Spoon beef mixture into wonton cups. Top with salsa and cheese.
    Bake about 8 minutes or until wontons are golden brown.
    *Serve immediately with additional salsa. Garnish with sour cream and sliced ripe olives if desired.

    Makes 24 appetizers.


  20. gillkalynn 59 months ago | reply

    I'm thinking this would be good using flour tortillas in place of the wonton wrappers

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