This week has been a whirlwind. Time with friends and traveling, planning and coming up with new ideas. I recently started working part-time, and I wanted this transition to be used to volunteer more at church and host more! If you know me, you know that both of the things I just mentioned almost always involve one thing, food. Whenever I am serving on hospitality team at church, I use it as the best time to make bite-size, savory, finger food. So that means no silverware, and hopefully can be eaten with only a napkin.
That's when these little guys came into play! They are incredibly easy and I have to admit they aren’t too unhealthy. The crispness comes from the baking, not from the “frying”. With only four ingredients in the whole recipe, it's actually really affordable to make for a large crowd! I made these guys the day before and just warmed them in the oven; they went over super well! I also made none vegan taquitos, with regular chorizo and cheese.
I also put out four sauces for dipping, taco sauce, sour cream, salsa and guacamole! Make extra guac; it went in the blink of an eye.
- 1 cans black beans
- 1 package Soy Chorizo
- 2 Tablespoon Almond Milk
- 24 Corn Tortlillas
- For pan frying Coconut Oil