I will never, ever pass up an opportunity to eat some delicious Tacos, especially when Guacamole is involved! I’ve always been used to eating ground beef tacos until my world was opened up to pulled pork tacos (insanely good) and, drum roll please, FISH TACOS. Last summer my husband and I traveled to Hawaii and ate at a different Fish Taco stand or restaurant every day. It was total heaven! With the list I’ve compiled below, there is now a BREAKFAST TACO. Yup, you can officially eat Tacos for three meals a day and no one will think it’s weird. So whip out your favorite Taco toppings and let’s get cooking!

 

1. Breakfast Taco

Filled up with bacon and eggs, this Taco is the perfect way to start your day with your favorite foods. Reference our Salsa article HERE to create some homemade salsa to top off this healthy breaky!

2. Baked Tofu Tacos with Creamy Cilantro Sauce

Vegetarians and Vegans can love Tacos too! This amazing Tofu recipe will satisfy those hunger pangs and all those cilantro and avocado cravings! It’s the best of every world.

3. Grilled Shrimp Tacos with Avocado Salsa

Season your fresh shrimp with some taco spices and create your own Avocado salsa. The lime will make this dish super tangy and oh my goodness, so delicious.

4. Barbacoa

These beef tacos will have your mouth watering when you scroll through these images. The best part is, it’s a slow cooker recipe! This means when you come home from work all hangry, the sweet smell of Tacos will hit you and Tacos will follow within ten minutes!

5. Mexican Slow Cooker Chicken with Quick Red Cabbage Slaw

Another delicious slow cooker recipe that will be able to hit the spot after coming home from work. My favorite part about this is the Quick Red Cabbage Slaw that will take your Tacos from tasting DIY’d to tasting Gourmet.

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6. Asian Beef Tacos

Look at the beautiful colors in this taco! Not ready to create your own slaw? No problem, just add some slices of cabbage to your taco to add some color and taste.

7. Shortcut Taco Soup

A rainy day doesn’t stop us from wanting to eat some Tacos. But sometimes we just want something a little warmer. Use your Taco ingredients to create a soup that will warm you up just like a trip to Mexico!

8. Mango Chipotle Fish Taco

And the prettiest taco award goes to…my favorite type of taco! This recipe has all my favorite components. Lime, Avocado, Fish and, my favorite, MANGO! That sweet flavor combined with the salty fish is my favorite taco combination ever. If you haven’t tried it, make this recipe tonight!

9. Turkey Taco Lettuce Wraps

Currently I am not eating a ton of carbs, which can make Cinco De Mayo a little sad. But with the concept of lettuce tacos, I’m excited all over again! This option is also great for Gluten Free or Vegan eaters who still love tacos.

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10. Sweet Potato Taco Bowl

I’m putting this on the menu for next week! Some scrumptious seasoned sweet potato combined with all my favorite fresh produce has me jumping for joy that I found this recipe! And as we all know, my favorite recipes are ones that fit in one bowl, with extras for lunch tomorrow.

11. Fish Taco Rice Bowls

Looking for a more wholesome way of consuming piles of fresh produce while still feeling like you’re eating a taco? This rice bowl is for you!

12. Taco Spaghetti Squash Boats

Basically it’s like creating a Taco pasta. That’s right. Mexico meets Italy. It’s pretty amazing and will definitely be on my “must cook soon” list as I have a spaghetti squash waiting to be transformed into an amazing dish like this!

 

13. Harissa Portobello Mushroom Tacos

Portobello Mushrooms are one of my favorite substitutes for meat. With a similar texture, it absorbs whatever spices you season it with, making it super flavorful and perfect for a very healthy taco like this one!

 

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14. Taco Stuffed Avocado

This looks like one perfect meal to bring to work for lunch! It’s super fresh, filled with all those healthy fats and high in protein. Don’t forget to add some salsa and sour cream to take it to the next level.

 

15. Caribbean Chicken Tacos

Caribbean food is just so good! It’s the Caribbean seasoning that sets it apart from the traditional Taco and luckily, most grocery stores will have a Caribbean seasoning available for you to pick up and change your taco game!

Lindsay Duncan

Lindsay loves cooking fun and creative meals for friends and family. At home, you can find her trying out a new recipe found on Pinterest while trying to balance her husband's sweet tooth with her healthy eating habits. If she's not in the kitchen, you'll find Lindsay photographing people she loves and going out with friends to try the newest restaurant in her small town.

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