You will LOVE this cheesy taco pie recipe!
This low carb recipe is for all of you taco lovers out there! Let’s get real for a minute–tacos are absolutely delicious, but (depending on how they are prepared) can be loaded with unnecessary carbs. That’s a no-go for anybody following the keto diet! But have no fear, we know just what to do to get your taco fix WITHOUT skimping on your diet. It’s all about making the right adjustments without sacrificing the flavor.
This cheesy taco recipe is everything! Not only does it combine all of your favorite taco flavors, but it totally dodges the need for a tortilla or other carb-loaded shell. Instead, you simply combine all of the delicious ingredients into a glass pie plate and pop it in the oven. How easy is that?
The texture of this cheesy taco pie is in large thanks to the eggs. Pouring the eggs and heavy cream mixture over the seasoned beef allows the “pie” texture to take form. It keeps the ingredients perfectly together without overwhelming the flavor.
Not only is this meal low carb, but it also happens to be an excellent source of protein. You can enjoy this meal for breakfast, lunch, dinner–or even something in between! A meal like this is so versatile that you can add it to a weekly menu or serve it up at a special gathering. The choice is yours!
If you’re in the mood for a yummy taco, then this is the answer to your low carb dreams. It’s simple to make and even easier to enjoy! Try for yourself and let us know if it makes the cut (Pro tip: It definitely will!).
If you love tacos, then you should try these air fryer meatballs from Two Sleevers. Not only are they keto-friendly, but they are also bursting with juicy and delicious taco flavor!
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