Cooking With Wildtree: Fiesta Taco Pizza

  When my friend, Sonya contacted me about doing a Wildtree review for you all, I was so excited!  Never heard of Wildtree?

simple. healthy. natural.
Wildtree was founded on the premise that food should be
simple, healthy, natural, and easy to prepare – all at the
same time.
So instead of using preservatives, additives, MSG or dyes,
Wildtree products are made with the finest natural and
organic ingredients available. Instead of “good for you” foods
with all the flavor of sawdust, Wildtree products are taste-tested
winners. Instead of lengthy, complicated, time-consuming
recipes, Wildtree products enable you to create spectacular,
great-tasting dishes with just three or four ingredients.
We maintain a peanut-free facility and thoroughly test our
products for safety, nutrition, taste and ease. We look for a
“thumbs-up” from our Product Testing Committee and are
committed to product excellence. If it’s not right, we do it again.
Today, our vision of helping people live healthier lives continues to
strengthen! We are excited to offer you and your family our ever
growing line of the finest organic, GMO free and all-natural products
in the marketplace.


  This company has convenience foods and seasonings that are all natural and organic, that means no preservatives and chemicals hiding in them!  You know I hate “Cardboard Foods”, aka the kind you buy in a box at the store.  I know, due to time restrictions, some people have to utilize those convenience foods, if that is you, then you are going to LOVE Wild Tree. 

What is Wildtree?
*All natural, certified organic processor and handler of great tasting food products
*All products are peanut- and tree nut-free
*Many gluten-free products available
*100% non-GMO
*No dyes
*No preservatives, including MSG
*No additives, including high fructose corn syrup
*No hydrogenated oils

  Wildtree offers things like Beef Stroganoff, Mac & Cheese, Alfredo Sauce, Soup bases Sloppy Joes, Chicken Pot Pie Skillet Meals, a huge variety of dips, and SO MUCH MORE than I can list.   And you can rest easy, knowing the ingredient list is small, and the chemicals and preservatives are left outta there!  Oh, and they have wonderful breakfast and bread items as well!

  If you are a home cook, and make most things from scratch, you will love them too.  The seasonings, dressings, condiments, bread dips, salsas, sauces and meat rubs are fantastic! And don’t forget their high quality cooking oils!  You can feel safe knowing they are good for your family and will not ruin all that good home cooking you are bringing to the table with added chemicals!

Gather your friends and host a Wild Tree party, everyone you invite brings their “naked” meat in, and goes home with like 10 meals ready to rock and roll in freezer bags for quick future suppers.   

Food prep with friends in a party settting? What a GREAT concept!

  Today I am reviewing Wild Tree’s Taco Seasoning and Guacamole Mix in this Fiesta Taco Pizza.  Pizza just went SOUTH of the Border!

  First up, Taco Seasoning:

Did you know traditional packets of Taco Seasoning contains the same ingredient as those little purse packets that say DO NOT EAT all over them?  Silica gel!  YUCK!

  Taco seasoning has a lot of sodium in it. Like 430mg per serving.  A lot of taco seasonings also have ethoxyquin in them, which is a nasty food preservative and pesticide.  They also contain MSG, even if they don’t label it that way.  They sneak it in under the name “autolyzed yeast extract.” Doesn’t sound near as bad does it? I HATE label liars.

  Here is the ingredient list on the Wildtree Taco Seasoning:

Ingredients: Organic Chili Powder (organic onion, organic cumin,
organic paprika, organic garlic, organic cayenne pepper), Organic
Yellow Corn Flour, Organic Cumin, Sea Salt, Organic Onion, Organic
Oregano, Organic Garlic, Organic Black Pepper.

   Wildtree’s taco seasoning has 36 servings for only $8.00. In the long run, it’s cheaper and better yet, you can pronounce EVERY ingredient! The high-sodium, chemical-ridden brand breaks down to about $0.24 per serving. Wildtree is only $0.14 per serving!

Fiesta Taco Pizza

Fiesta taco pizza
  • 1 whole Pizza Crust, Homemade Or Store Bought, Up To You
  • 1 pound Hamburger, Cooked And Drained
  • 4 teaspoons of Wild Tree Taco Seasoning
  • 8 ounces, weight Refried Beans
  • 4 ounces, fluid Enchilada Sauce
  • ½ teaspoons Each Of Chili Powder, Cumin, Cayenne
  • 1 cup Freshly Shredded Queso Blanco Cheese
  • 1 cup Mexican Blend Shredded Cheese
  • ½ cups Diced Green Bell Pepper
  • 1 cup Romaine Lettuce, Thinly Sliced
  • 1 cup Cubed Tomato
  • Taco Sauce, Optional

Preheat oven to 425*. Roll our pizza dough of choice.
Combine the beans with enchilada sauce and seasonings. Spread on raw dough to within a half an inch of the edge.
In a medium skillet, cook hamburger according to taco seasoning directions.
Shred queso blanco cheese, then sprinkle the pizza with 1/2 cup of each cheese,
Drain hamburger and add it and green pepper to your pizza.
Next sprinkle the additional 1/2 cups of each cheese, then bake until crust is golden brown and cheese is melted.
Garnish with lettuce shreds, tomatoes and a drizzle of taco sauce.

  A meal like this wouldn’t be complete with some amazing side like Guacamole!  Good thing Wildtree has just the thing!  2 avocados and some of this lovely spice mix. 

  You can’t go wrong with fresh lime, garlic powder and kosher salt, that’s our favorite way to eat Guac, but this seasoning mix gave it a really cool unique flavor. 

Ingredient list:

Red & Green Bell Pepper, Tomato Powder, Onion
Powder, Sea Salt, Lemon Juice Powder, Jalapeno Pepper, Ground
Cumin, Garlic Powder, Coriander, Red Bell Pepper Powder.


Can’t wait to share more with you about Wildtree tomorrow!!  If you are interested in ordering your own, shop my party on Sonya’s site!

Hugs, T 

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