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Black Bean Snack Bites

Black bean nachos are served regularly round my house. Well, the other day, I didn’t have my normal flat, restaurant style chips and I had to use scoops. The kids loved the variety (they thought I’d made something new).

I kept them simple for Max and Mag, but topped mine with chopped chicken, sliced onion and a dot of habanero sauce.

HERE’S ALL IT TAKES

  • Tostidos Scoops
  • 1 (15-ounce) can of black beans, drained
  • cheddar and jack cheese, shredded
  • thinly sliced onion (optional)
  • chopped cooked chicken (optional)
  • habanero sauce (optional)

Heat oven to 350ºF degrees.

Fill each scoop chip with any combination of the ingredients above.
Bake for 7 minutes. Serve hot!



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  • http://www.thesmylielife.blogspot.com Kris

    This is a wonderful quick snack for the kids and they loved it. Especially since it’s one they can help and make with me.
    A huge thank you!!

  • http://www.simpledailyrecipes.com Jill

    You are most welcome, Kris! (((big hug)))

    and THANK YOU for letting us know that your kiddos enjoyed them.

    I’m thinking of cooking a batch of pinto beans, today, and using them for our nacho treats this week.

  • http://deidrasheart.blogspot.com/ Deidra

    These look so yummy…I am going to try them as soon as I go buy some Scoops. I have just discovered your site and I’m enjoying the recipes. Thanks!

    • http://www.simpledailyrecipes.com Jill

      Welcome Deidra! I’m so glad you found SDR. If you ever have a question, just hollar.
      Be sure to rate the recipes after you’ve tried them and share with the rest of us how they turned out.

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  • Bren

    So I just pulled them out of the oven..amazing. I need to add more cheese next time but they still taste amazing. Im gonna take them to my neighbor/friends to see what they think. Love your recipes btw.

  • http://www.simpledailyrecipes.com Jill

    Thank you Bren!

    If you ever have leftover chicken, shred it up, and add just enough of your favorite salsa to season it up-then add a bite to the top WITH the black beans. That’s good, too.