If you’ve ever tried a low carb diet, you’ve probably experienced problems with hunger and cravings. When you start a low carb diet, your body is in a state of ketosis, where it’s using stored fat as its primary energy source. That means, once you adopt a low carb diet, it’s much easier to lose weight as your body will use fat for fuel. While many low carb diets are well-balanced, others are not. When making a keto diet meal, you often have to eat more fatty foods to achieve the same effect. #####
A keto taco cup recipe is an easy way to enjoy a healthy meal. Simply mix all of the ingredients into a bowl, pour into foil cups and bake for 20 minutes. The cup will come out hotter than a traditional taco, so remove it from the oven when it’s still warm and eat it as is.
Keto Taco Cup Recipe: Keto Taco Cups: Ingredients: Protein: 1lb of ground beef 1 egg 1 tbsp of onion powder 1 tbsp of garlic powder 1 tbsp of cayenne pepper 1/2 tbsp of cumin 1/2 tbsp of chili powder 1/2 tbsp of garlic salt 1/2 tbsp of onion salt 1/2 tbsp of oregano 1/4 cup of salsa 2 tbsp of ground cheddar Instructions: In a medium bowl, mix all the ingredients of the ground beef until well combined. Put on your gloves, and use a medium size spoon to scoop all the mixture into the little egg wells. Use your fingers
If you’re on a low-carb or keto diet, you’re well aware that there are plenty of tasty high-fat meals to choose from. However, you may feel a desire for something you aren’t allowed to eat. Tacos, for example. Tacos aren’t typically something you can eat because of the high-carb shell. That is, until Keto Taco Cups entered the picture! They have all the taste of tacos and all the cheese without the carbohydrates, and they have the crunchy texture you’d expect. Instead of using corn taco shells, you’ll make a crispy cheesy shell out of cheese. Fill with high-protein ground beef for a delightful crispy snack that will make you forget about high-carb tacos forever! Taco Tuesdays are upon us!
What are Keto Taco Cups, and how do you make them?
Keto Taco Cups are baked cheese shells that are crunchy on the outside. The shells have the same crunch as conventional taco shells, but none of the carbohydrates!
Keto Taco Cups: How to Make Them
Make the taco cups first. Grate the cheese and divide it into heaps on a parchment-lined baking sheet. If you don’t use the parchment paper, the taco cheese will cling to the pan.
Meanwhile, brown the ground beef and then add all of the vegetables to the filling. Remove the melted cheese from the oven and shape it over the upside-down muffin form. It’s ready to fill and enjoy after it hardens.
With Taco Cups, what should you serve?
Serve these taco cups with zucchini fries, avocado dip, French mozzarella sticks, or a light salad like crack slaw.
– Cheese cups may be used to create various forms of keto taco bites. To make them resemble like conventional taco shells, fold them over.
– Use a Mexican Style Blend and Monterey Jack Cheese as cheese options.
– Carne Asada, pork carnitas, cooked ground beef, turkey, or chicken are some of the filling options. Alternatively, try roasted red peppers and sautéed mushrooms as a vegetarian alternative.
— Options for toppings include homemade guacamole, pickled jalapenos, chopped red onion, sour cream (or yogurt), fresh cilantro, and extra cheese!
Keto Taco Cups: How to Store Them
These tacos are best eaten right away. They’re not meant to be reheated. When you reheat it, the cheese will melt and the taco cups will lose their form. Rather, prepare them and eat them right now!
Preheat the oven to 190 degrees Celsius (375 degrees Fahrenheit). In a little amount of vegetable oil, sauté the onion for 2-3 minutes. When it’s nearly done, throw in the garlic and simmer until it’s fragrant.
Combine the garlic, minced beef, and taco seasoning in a mixing bowl. Cook for another 10 minutes.
Place shredded cheese pieces on a parchment-lined baking sheet. Allow 10 minutes for the cheese to melt in the oven.
Remove the baking sheet from the oven and cool slightly before gently placing the cheese disk in an upside-down muffin cup. A spatula or a piece of parchment paper with a disk on top may be used to transfer the cheese disk.
Allow cheese cups to cool fully before serving. Fill each cheese cup halfway with minced meat and veggies, then top with sour cream and chopped leaves.
These Taco Shells aren’t meant to be frozen! Instead, store freshly grated cheese frozen and refrigerated. Then you can make Keto Taco Cups in no time!