Monday, October 4

Tex-Mex Burritos

Hello Tempt My Tummy friends.  I'm doing a re-mash of a recipe Lisa did not too long ago.  I would be a good blogger and link to her post but I can't find it.  Sorry Lisa...
AnyHoo... We are in full crazy, ain't it fun to be a parent mode around here.  Today is our first day for my son to have his Doc Band helmet for Plagiocephaly.  So far he has done great EXCEPT for sleeping.  So hard for him to get comfortable.  He is sleeping right now so quick, say a prayer that he stays asleep!
He is a little trooper.  Doesn't he look ADORABLE?!?!?!  Yes, I decorated it because even a boy needs some BLING for his helmet.  I will be documenting our special little journey with Plagiocephaly soon. 

Now for my super quick and tasty

Tex-Mex Burritos.

Ingriendents
1 lb hamburger meat  (salt and pepper)
1 medium onion chopped
1 small can chopped green chilis
1 can Tex-Mex Enchilada sauce
1 can refriend black beans
8 flour tortillas
2-3 cups Colby/Jack cheese shredded

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Brown the meat with the onions, chilis and salt and pepper to taste.  Take your tortilla, spread some beans on bottom then layer with meat and a little bit of cheese.  Roll tortilla and place in the baking dish.  When all are completed, pour the enchilada sauce on top.  Now thrown on all the chesse you want.  Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.    Easy Peasy as my daughter would say!  Enjoy!




6 comments:

Candi said...

y'all always make the best tex-mex dishes! best wishes with your little one's journey. children are quite resilient as you've probably noticed with your son. he'll adapt to his new helmet in no time and be sleeping more contentedly. :)

Melinda said...

Your little guy is adorable! What a trooper! The burritos look yummy too!

Ginger said...

Yum, yum, and yum. Lana your blog is soooo cute.

Emily {Frilly Details} said...

Yummy sounding recipe!! And your son is adorable :)

Anonymous said...

My granddaughter wore a helmet for a while. It really grows on you, and was sort of weird to see her without it when finished with the treatment. She also had to learn the she couldn't whack into stuff without consequences once it was gone.

Sarah said...

Love the helmet bling :) I could totally go for these burritos right now! Cheesy, meaty goodness.

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