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Meals ~ Nov 16 – 22 ~ Taco Ring

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Well, we finished up our Birthdays this week. My middle son turned 16, he wanted Stir-Fry and Egg Rolls, so I switched that meal from Sunday to his birthday. And on Sunday I made Amy’s Chicken Fried Steak, Mashed Potatoes and Gravy for my husband’s birthday dinner. Saturday was Doug’s birthday, but the older boys had Fall Ball, so we had a nice dinner on Sunday instead.


Today I’m sharing the Taco Ring recipe with you. This recipe can be changed to fit your taste very easily. You can make it into a simple, quick weeknight meal, or even a appetizer, of sorts, to have at a party. Most of the time I make one large ring, but I have also made them into individual pieces, by placing the taco meat into each crescent roll and rolling it up.

Taco Ring


  • 1 lb. Hamburger, cooked and drained
  • Seasoning for tacos (whether you make you own or buy a mix)
  • 2 tubes of Crescent Rolls
  • Toppings (lettuce, tomatoes, cheese, salsa, taco sauce, etc)


  1. Place crescent rolls (similiar to the Veggie Twist I shared last week) in a ring on a cookie sheet or round stone (that’s what I use, that’s why it looks dark, it’s well seasoned)
  2. Place taco meat on top of crescent rolls
  3. And fold over crescent rolls to form a ring
  4. Bake at 375 degrees for about 30 – 40 minutes.
  5. Serve with toppings of your choice. I have also served rice or chips and salsa with the Taco Ring.


Meals for this week

Monday ~  Chicken Pot Pie

Tuesday ~  Breakfast Tacos, Fruit, Muffins

Wednesday ~  Stromboli

Thursday ~  Tuna Casserole

Friday ~  Taco Ring  (recipe above)

Saturday ~  Clean out the frig – leftovers

Sunday ~  Chicken Nuggets and Fries

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