I Bet You’ll Taco ‘Bout This Salad All Week Long!
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This Super Easy And Delicious Salad Is Good For You!
Wow, do I feel like I could eat a bit lighter after the summer! All those juicy BBQ meals with extra sauce and heavy desserts… And with the holidays coming up, I should definitely watch what I eat for the next couple of weeks, at least. But I don’t want to go on a diet, and I don’t want to start eating “health food”. You know, the stuff that’s supposed to be good for you but doesn’t really taste like it, haha!
I’m just kidding. I know that healthy food is a great thing and that there are actually plenty of dishes that are considered lean and healthy – yet, they taste amazing. What I decided to do to get things started is have more salads. Not the heavy, mayo type of salads but something that’s fresh and tasty.
For example this taco salad from Making Memories With Your Kids. Lovely, fresh iceberg lettuce and tomatoes, great protein from the meat and the beans, and plenty of amazing flavor from the seasonings. I could eat this every day of the week – and maybe I will!
Recipe and image courtesy of Making Memories With Your Kids.
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Quick Tip: Try adding leftover shredded chicken instead of ground beef!