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You May Never Go Back To The Old Way Again
Have you ever wanted something different than the norm? We often have taco Tuesdays at my house and I tend to make the same spread.
We will have taco shells, taco fixins’, rice, and refried beans. Well, lately I’ve been trying to eat fewer carbs and sugar so I set out on a search for taco shells that were low carb. Guess what I found? A recipe for taco shells that are NO CARB. How cool is that?! And get this, they are super easy to make and only contain one ingredient. Just one! Can you guess what that ingredient is? Cheese! Who doesn’t like cheese? Not this girl!
These low-carb taco shells are super easy to make and give you all the crunch of traditional shells.
Fill them up with your favorite seasoned meat, veggies, and sauces. Enjoy!
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Quick Tip: Up the ante on these cheesy and noodly little muffins and toss in some bacon and spinach to the mix.