I love nachos! I would definitely say that nachos are my favorite food. When I started my journey about 5 years ago, nachos were definitely something that I missed! I would treat myself to nachos every year on my birthday. Over the years I thought to myself “why do I allow myself to only enjoy nachos one day of the year?” That got me thinking. I now have several different ways that I love making healthier versions of nachos at home that I can enjoy anytime that I want them. Today, since it is Friday and on Friday’s during Lent I eat no meat I decided that I wanted to share a meatless nacho recipe with you guys that is super simple and delicious.
Healthier Meatless Nacho Recipe
Flatout Flat Breads
Reduced Fat Shredded Mexican Cheese Blend
Fat Free Beans (Refried or Black)
Non fat Plain Greek Yogurt
You can of course add meat if you would like but for me, the cheese and beans count for my protein.
Go ahead and add all of the veggie toppings that you like.
Tomatoes, Jalapeños, lettuce, onions, cilantro…all so good. I kept it
pretty basic tonight and I loved it. I mean you can’t really go wrong
1. Preheat oven to 425° F
2. Cut a flat-out flat bread into little triangles
3. Place triangles on a cookie sheet lined with foil and sprayed with non-stick cooking spray
4. Bake in the oven until crunchy (about 10 minutes)
5. Add toppings of your choice (you can melt the cheese on the chips in the microwave, or sprinkle the cheese on the chips and leave in the oven until melted)
I hope that you enjoy this recipe and I will be sharing a few other of
my nacho creations later with you guys too. This is just a basic, go
to, easy, satisfying, meatless option.