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Food Review: Garden of Eatin' Blue Corn Taco Dinner Kit

Food Review: Garden of Eatin' Blue Corn Taco Dinner Kit

Tacos are such a great dinner option. They're easy to make, you can fill them with just about anything, and they're low in carbs and calories. Since I'm a fan of Garden of Eatin', I decided to try out their Blue Corn Taco Dinner Kit. Want to know what I thought? Then

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This taco kit came with 12 taco shells, a packet of powdered seasoning, and a packet of taco sauce. I made some veggie tacos with black beans, yellow peppers, green peppers, corn, and tomatoes. The seasoning and taco sauce added a smooth texture and just the right amount of spiciness. If you're concerned about the amount of sodium, just use less seasoning and sauce.

They tasted great but as soon as you put your hot ingredients inside the taco, the steam makes the shell lose its crispiness, so it almost seems stale, even though it isn't. It did stay together nicely when I took a bite, so that's a plus. Overall, I liked the way the tacos tasted, so I'd definitely buy this kit again. It also comes in yellow corn, if you prefer that over blue.

Serving Size 2 taco shells, 3 tsp. seasoning mix, 3 tsp. taco sauce
Calories 150
Total Fat 6g
Saturated Fat .5g
Cholesterol 0mg
Sodium 600mg
Carbs 20g
Fiber 1g
Sugar 2g
Protein 2g
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sayjay23 sayjay23 7 years
I actually tried a version of these the other day that I picked up from Central Market, It was really good and I loved that it was organic!
suzanne suzanne 7 years
Is there a health benefit to eating the blue over a traditional yellow?
Spectra Spectra 7 years
I don't like crispy tacos...I prefer the soft shell kind. I usually make them with corn tortillas, black beans, and grilled fish. Yum!
gabiushka gabiushka 7 years
"They tasted great but as soon as you put your hot ingredients inside the taco, the steam makes the shell lose its crispiness" And that is why authentic tacos are made with tortillas (soft, there is no other kind). Sorry, I just had to make this remark.
MindayH MindayH 7 years
you had me at taco. Thank you, I will be sure to look for this next time I go to the market
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