Taco Seasoning Recipe

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Stacy, over at Stacy Makes Cents is making Chicken with Cream Sauce this week.  Ooohhh…I want!

Here are my top 3 posts from last week:

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Trim Healthy Tuesdays

Protein Packed French Toast [E]

Trim Healthy Tuesdays

Easiest Almond Milk Ever [S]

  Smoked Salmon, Dill Cream Cheese & Sliced Onions on Onion Bread in a Mug [S]The post from last week with the most visits was this one Goodbye Spare Tire: 20 Pounds Gone!

And now for this weeks Trim Healthy Tuesday Posts!

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Thanks so much for joining Stacy & I on Trim Healthy Tuesdays!

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  1. Stacy says

    I know this is about taco seasoning…but the blue mason jar just drowned out the entire post. Or maybe that was just for me.

  2. says

    Thanks for selecting my “Smoked Salmon, Dill Cream Cheese & Sliced Onions on Onion Bread in a Mug [S]” to feature! I have nothing prepared to share this week – hopefully next week I’ll have two!

  3. Jessica from SimplyHealthyHome says

    Thanks for hosting! I have yet to try smoked paprika! I need to get some.

  4. Michael Ann says

    I stumbled across smoked paprika not too long ago. It’s amazing, isn’t it?!? We even more recently discovered smoked chipotle chili powder. Oh my!

    Thanks for posting this recipe. (Yes, I know it’s been here a while, but I just tried it this week. My family really liked it!)

    • Its_Gwen says

      So glad you enjoyed it! I love blogging, but I wanted to set my blog up more like a website where it’s easier to find recipes and stuff. So you can browse through anytime by S/E/FP or even my meal with the Recipe drop down menus. :)

      LOVE smoked spices! My man loves the chipolte, but it’s too spicy for my littles right now. I should add the chipolte to his bowl!

  5. Aleah Cronk says

    Just finally made the single meal recipe tonight. All 6 of us enjoyed it, and that’s saying a lot. (I didn’t have the smoked paprika or use the crushed red pepper.)
    Thank you! :) I see a bulk recipe in our future.

      • kerry says

        where can you find smoked paprika? I can only find regular..
        I’m going to try this recipe tonight and if its a hit make up a batch. I also have a Fagita seasoning spice recipe we love and its so much cheaper than the packages I’ve been buying for years!!

        • Its_Gwen says

          I’ve found it online (Frontier has it in bulk) and at local stores…but it’s WAY cheaper online. :)

          I made it for years without smoked paprika, but we really love it with that added smokey taste.

  6. Carole says

    Where do you find your minced garlic? Is it the same thing as using Instant Chopped Onions I buy in the spice section at my local grocery store? I made your chili seasoning last night and it was a hit!!

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