Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Guest Blogger~ Served up with Love

Thank you Cindy for inviting me to share with your readers today.  I do hope you all get to stop by Served up with Love and check out all the recipes I have shared and maybe find a new recipe to feed the ones you love. You can also find me on Facebook and PinterestMuch Love

Photobucket After visiting so many great blogs I finally decided to try my hand at blogging.  Served Up With Love was created in March of 2011. When I was growing up I had a dream to be a writer. After becoming a wife and mother, I set my dream aside as most of us moms do. This blog has been a way for me to share my two loves, cooking and writing. I often share tidbits of my life in my posts or a special memory of my past.  I share many easy recipes any cook can prepare. I don’t do a lot of fancy ingredients or get too complicated.  Feeding your family should be easy.  I am a full time working mom of two great kids. My son is 16 and my daughter is almost 6, that alone can be challenging enough.  Recently while taking a photography class I met the editor of a local magazine. I was approached during the class about possibly doing a food column in the magazine. In May of this year my first column was published in the Chesapeake Style Magazine. This has a circulation of at least 10,000 readers per month and is published eight times a year.  I am living a little of my dream each time it is published.  The pride I feel every time I see my name in print on something I wrote is amazing.    


Today I am sharing one of my family’s favorite recipes, Taco Pie In fact my son’s friend also will ask when we are having this so he can join us.  This recipe I came across years ago and I wrote it down out of a church cookbook. You can always find some wonderful recipes out of a church cookbook.  Originally the recipe was made in a pie shape, through the years and with my son becoming a teenager I had to adjust this to a 9 x 13 size or larger to feed us (and his friends)  

Taco Pie  
Served up with Love
2 packages of  crescent rolls (you can also purchase this in sheets now) 
1 bag of corn chips (crushed) 
16 oz sour cream 
1 1/2 -2 pounds of hamburger (turkey or chicken) 
2 packages of taco seasoning 
4 cup package of Shredded cheese  (your choice of type) if you prefer you could use less. 

Brown hamburger with taco seasoning according to directions on taco seasoning. Line 9 x 13 pan with crescent rolls, crumble ½ bag of corn chips on top of crescent rolls. Put hamburger mixture on top of corn chips and then cover with the sour cream. Please ¾ of bag of cheese on top of sour cream and put other ½ bag of corn chips on top of sour cream. Top off with the remainder of cheese and bake at 375 for approx. 20 minutes or until crescent rolls are done. 

1 comment:

Kim B. said...

I LOVE this recipe!! Simple ingredients with simple steps to make a simply DELICIOUS meal :) Can't wait to try it this week!