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These recipes are more than just chips and cheese. Celebrate National Nacho Day with gourmet nacho recipes — complete with toppings like sweet potatoes, cheese steak, and marshmallow sauce. Take your pick!

Grilled to perfection. Pinch of Yum‘s Healthy Grilled Sweet Potato Nachos are filling enough to eat as a meal (despite the lack of meat). To make these as healthy as can be, skimp on the chips and load on the veggies!

Meat lovers’ dream. The Recipe Rebel‘s so-easy, super-filling BBQ Bacon Cheeseburger Nachos are the solution to your game-day meal woes.

Stacked with flavor. Chips. Meat and beans. Cheese. Repeat. These Loaded Nachos from The Pioneer Woman are made up of three layers of nacho-y goodness, then topped with veggies of your choosing.

Sandwich reinvented. Turn yesterday’s steak dinner into today’s lunch with this Philly Cheesesteak Nachos recipe from Life’s Ambrosia.

Ultimate mashup. Combine chicken and waffles with nacho cheese and bacon, and what do you get? These marvelously messy Chicken and Waffles Nachos from Real Food by Dad.

Must-have holiday app. Nachos as a fancy meal starter? We promise, Half Baked Harvest‘s three-cheese, delectable-ingredient Cranberry, Butternut and Brussels Sprout Brie Skillet Nachos will have you starting all your elaborate meals with chips and cheese.

Meat-free bite. Betsy Life takes veggie chips one step further with this vegetarian Zucchini Nachos recipe.

Fruit-chip treat. These super-sweet Caramel Apple Nachos from Butter with a Side of Bread are way easier to eat than the real thing.

Spiced up snack. Up the health factor of finger food by swapping mini bell peppers for chips in this Mini Bell Pepper Chicken Nachos recipe, courtesy of Sweet Pea’s Kitchen.


Shrimp Nacho Potato Skins

I can’t tell you who is playing in the Super Bowl this weekend because I just don’t know football.  But while I don’t know football, I certainly know game day eats, and these Shrimp Nacho Potato Skins are at the top of the heap.

I LOVE potato skins.  They are the appetizer that keeps on giving; the perfect sized treat for game day parties; and did I mention they are also so delicious?  Seriously what can go wrong when you pile incredible ingredients on a potato boat?  Absolutely nothing.

Shrimp Nacho Potato Skins

When I saw the Nacho Potato Skins recipe, a modern take on classic potato skins, on BHG.com, I knew I had to make them.  However I wanted to add shrimp.  Why you ask?  Because who doesn’t love shrimp?  I admit I am going through a phase right now where shrimp added to any and everything makes it so much better.  I was right on the money with these.

Shrimp Nacho Potato Skins

I simply made the following addition:

  • I made the recipe as is according to the instructions.
  • While the potato skins were broiling, I sauteed 3/4 of a pound of shrimp in a couple tablespoons of olive oil and seasoned with salt and pepper and a bit of taco seasoning to taste.
  • When the potato skins were done, I piled on my ingredients of diced tomatoes, green onions and sauteed shrimp and enjoyed!

These are quite delicious and highly addictive.  I think they are the perfect score for your Superbowl party this weekend!


I am so excited to share this amazing nachos recipe from The Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book 16th edition, which is quickly becoming my new favorite book.  And I am even more excited to share a giveaway of this favorite book with one of our readers!  With well over 1,200 delicious recipes to choose from (along with almost as many gorgeous images to stare at all day like I sometimes do), each and every recipe is a must try.  I can’t wait to try my hand at the decadent Four-Cheese Macaroni and Cheese, Pumpkin Bars, and amazing brining techniques for Thanksgiving in the Holiday Favorites chapter, but I seriously had to dive right into the appetizer section and tackle these Nachos.

steak nachos

Fall is officially here and so is football season.  Tailgating, parties and tempting recipes to go with them are cropping up everywhere, and I had to provide you with something that would be absolutely perfect for your next sports get-together.  Since my husband has officially taken up Fantasy Football, (again),  I know that soon I will be searching for ideas to plan some fun football parties.  Nachos are just the perfect appetizer to start any sports party with.

steak nachos

When I saw this Nachos recipe in the new Better Homes and Gardens Cook Book, I got so excited and knew this would be perfect to make now!  All of the ingredients come together perfectly in the most delicious way possible.  The layering of flavors and textures from crispy corn tortilla chips, seasoned meat, chunky salsa, hearty beans and melted gooey cheese should not be taken lightly.  It is plain addictive and simply unreal.

steak nachos

I only made one change to this recipe.  I decided to use chopped steak instead of ground beef to add a level of sophistication, something you hardly see when nachos are involved.  In this book you will find great ways to make each recipe unique to your liking with the new concept “Make It Mine”, which gives home cooks, like you, the awesome opportunity to alter recipes based on what your preferences are and what you may have at home.  After I made my switch to steak, I added traditional toppings to this dish, like cilantro and green onions, and gobbled up at least half by myself (don’t tell anyone).

steak nachos

As I mentioned before, you can win one of five copies being given away this week.  To enter, simply tell us in the comments below, “What Is Your Favorite Thing To Cook?”  We will conduct a random drawing from the received entries to select the winners.  You can see the official contest rules HERE.

It is safe to say that these nachos will be making appearance after appearance in my house during football season.  And I simply can’t wait to try even more recipes from the Cook Book that will be a huge hit!

Note: This contest has ended.


I’m going to call it – spring is just about here! I’m going to optimistically look past the gloomy, rainy weather we’ve been having and set my sights on sun and fun. To combat the cool weather blues, I’ve been filling my fridge with fresh spring produce. Let’s put it to good use with bright, healthy dishes that celebrate my favorite time of year!

There are times when you just need dessert first. I Wash… You Dry’s perfectly pink Strawberry Buttermilk Sherbet is the best way to start or end a meal.

Mix up your salad routine with this Mango, Chicken & Brown Rice Salad with Coconut-Ginger Dressing from Foodess. Loaded with fresh mango, creamy avocado, crunchy coconut and chicken; it’s a light, delicious meal – all in one bowl!

They say everything’s better with bacon and I think this recipe from Domesticate Me proves it. Could dinner get any better than Bacon Fried Rice with Broccoli and Wilted Greens? I don’t think so.

I’ll be sipping this Spring Thyme Lemonade from The Little Epicurean all summer long. It’s a decidedly sophisticated spin on a sunny-weather favorite.

When I need to indulge, I’m going to whip up Spicy Crab Wonton Nachos from The Little Kitchen. This inventive twist on classic nachos caught my eye and my appetite. Yum!

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Think Spring!

Sarah Martens, Associate Digital Food Editor


Can you believe it’s almost Cinco de Mayo? I know. It’s spring. Which means it’s almost summer. Which is crazy. But anyway, Cinco de Mayo. The perfect Americanized holiday to celebrate with delicious Mexican food and icy cold Margaritas. If you haven’t thought about what you’re making for Cinco de Mayo yet, these delicious blogger recipes from around the web might pique your interest.

1. While The Boys Club normally focuses on cocktails, I’m excited about what’s going on with this Tequila and Lime Marinated Steak. Sure, it’s not authentic Mexican, but it’s flavor combination of jalapenos, cilantro, and a Tequila marinade? Gotta try it.

2. The gals at Muy Bueno Cookbook know how to cook authentic Mexican food. In fact, their whole blog is devoted to it. So when they serve up Carne Asada Tacos, I know it’s gonna be good.

3. I can’t get enough kale. I love black beans. Which means these Veggie Enchiladas with Corn, Black Beans and Kale from Jelly Toast have gotta be a killer combination. Plus, I feel like anything with kale and black beans has gotta be kinda healthy right? Right.

4. Holy guacamole! I can’t wait to try this Goat Cheese and Roasted Corn Guacamole from Joy the Baker. She had me at “pickled jalapeno.”

5. Are you feeling adventurous? Then you might want to try the Hibiscus Enchiladas from Love and Olive Oil. She uses dried hibiscus in place of meat for a memorable twist on a Mexican classic.

6. Yes, I’m a food editor, and yes, my favorite food happens to be nachos. I love them every which way, and these Party Nachos from What’s Gaby Cooking look right up my alley. She swapped out the chips for oven fries to create one hearty set of nachos.

8. No Cinco de Mayo party is complete without margaritas. So I dug back in the archives a bit to find this Citrus Margrita Spritzer from Skinnytaste. It’s got orange and a splash of club soda, and best of all, I might not feel quite so guilty about indulging in more than one.

9. If your flan recipe comes from a blog called Flanboyant Eats, then I would go ahead and guess you’re in for a treat. I’m not sure which part of this Nutella with Graham Cracker Caramel Flan sounds more delicious, but I can’t think of a tastier way to enjoy a classic Mexican dessert.

10. I know for a fact that this recipe for Faux Fried Ice Cream from Taste and Tell is awesome. I tried a similar recipe last summer, and had one of those “OMG this is as good as restaurant fried ice cream!” moments.

 


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