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Low Mess Tacos

This simple meal goes by various names like Walking Tacos or Marching Tacos. I first came across this when daughter was in Color Guard/Marching Band, hence the Marching Tacos name. No need for plates or worrying about taco shells cracking and spilling contents! It is a mobile meal with simple cleanup; throw the empty bag and plastic fork away when done.

All the prep can be completed at home and placed into containers for storing in the fridge until needed.

Ingredients

 1 pound ground beef
 Diced onion
 1 package taco seasoning (may require water)
 Shredded lettuce
 Diced tomatoes
 Shredded cheddar cheese
 Taco sauce of desired heat (mild/medium/hot/fire/lava/surface of sun/etc.)
 Snack sized bags of corn chip such as Fritos or Doritos

Directions

Cook ground beef and onion together thoroughly then follow directions on package for adding taco seasoning. Prepare all of the other ingredients in separate containers with lids for easy storage and transportation.

To serve: Open top of chip snack bags and crush chips inside bag. Add meat, lettuce, tomato, cheese, and sauce to bag. Stir. Eat out of bag with a fork.


Serves: 6
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