Flashback Friday: Taco Pie & Weekend Potluck #13

  It’s Friday, and time for Weekend Potluck! YAY! 

AND, I have a Flashback Friday recipe for you today, a family favorite:

Easy As Pie, Taco Pie!

Taco Pie

(click for easy printable)

Taco Pie (1)

Ingredients

  • 1 can Crescent Rolls (8 Ounce Can)
  • 1 pound Ground Beef
  • 1 package Taco Seasoning, 1 Ounce Packet
  • 3 cups Doritos, Crushed, Or More To Taste, Divided Use
  • 1 cup Sour Cream
  • 1-½ cup Shredded Mexican Cheese

Preheat oven to 375F.

Set out crescent rolls.

Brown hamburger on the stove with taco seasoning. Cook over medium high heat until the meat is browned. Then drain any grease.

Spread crescent rolls in a pie plate (or Deep Dish Baker from Pampered Chef) to form a crust, covering the bottom of the dish and going up the sides with the dough. Put a layer of crushed Doritos as the bottom layer, adding them until the crescent dough is nicely covered (make sure to reserve some for the top layer). Add all of the meat, then layer on your sour cream and Mexican cheese. Top with more crushed Doritos. Bake for 20 minutes or until crust is golden and cheese is melted. Let set for 5 minutes before cutting.

Serves 8.

*Reheats best in the oven on a stone or in the pie plate – it will get soggy if you reheat it in the microwave.

  On to Weekend Potluck, where Friends and Foodies meet all weekend long!

Many of you have contacted us about Hilary’s website (Baking Bad) being offline. It is a complicated situation and it hurts us that Hilary has to go through this situation. Hopefully, it will be fixed soon and life will be back to normal, but until then, we need to find another co-host for Weekend Potluck and already have approached a couple of people.

Now, let’s take a quick peek back at last week

The recipe with the most clicks was ~

Kool Aid Eggs by Everyday Mom’s Meals

Recipes that caught our attention ~

mason jar recipes

Coconut Caramel Pie in a Jar from Kitchen Meets Girl

Lemon Cream Pie by Annie Oakley’s Kitchen

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12 thoughts on “Flashback Friday: Taco Pie & Weekend Potluck #13

  1. I’ve made a very similar recipe and loved it too! But it’s been a while, so may have to try it again soon. Thanks for hosting the party…I linked up some great desserts. Enjoy a fabulous weekend.

  2. Hi Tonya,
    I can’t wait to make this Taco Pie, YUM! I wanted to tell you to be safe tomorrow as I heard there will be a lot of tornados going thru Kansas and Oklahoma.
    Julie

  3. That Coconut Caramel Pie in a Jar looks amazing!
    And by the way, I had a pretty long dream about you last night–I was staying with your family and watching how you interacted with your kids and made sure to carve out one-on-one time with each of them each day. You also played the guitar and piano simultaneously (!) and I was trying to learn how you did it. Heh heh.

    • Ah, pregnancy dreams! Gotta love them! I am honored to grace your dreams and share my musical talents! LOL LOL :) I think you will find they only get more bizzare as you go! :) Maybe next time I’ll play the harpsicord with my left toe yet too?!

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