Simple Suppers – Heavenly Chalupa Creations and Spending Time With My Peeps




Taco meat goodness

“nuff said

Chalupas, people! Yum! Yum! Yum!


  • Ready made tostada shells (I used the baked ones and–oddly–they were fabulous.)
  • Taco Meat (ground meat with taco seasoning. Just follow the directions on the spice packet, and you are good to go.)
  • Refried beans (Make your own or buy them in a can–Seriously. Black beans would have been amazing on this!)
  • Lettuce
  • Tomatoes
  • Sour Cream
  • Cheese of your choice
  • Chives, onions, black olives, salsa, cilantro, or anything else you’d like to savor on your chalupa.

Simple Suppers come from the idea that we like great food, simple recipes, and little prep time. This is one of my favorite Simple Suppers. With chalupa shell in hand, I was an artist with a little round canvas smearing and building and concocting combinations. Plus, my mom and hubby were there creating, too. Family bonding. I loved it! Create chalupa combinations and bring out your playful, artistic side.

Hint of the day:

Busy week at work or school? Prepare the taco meat ahead of time and freeze it. This way, all you have to do is pop it in the microwave or heat it up on the stove to shave some time off your prep time.


Cooking is art. And, this is your masterpiece.

Create away!

Because I had a new package of shells, and I do not like to waste things being a minimalist and all, I created a beautiful combination for breakfast with a shell, a beautifully perfect healthfully fried egg, topped with a blop of refried beans sprinkled with Valentina hot sauce. WOW! YUMMY! What is your favorite chalupa combo? Tell me all about it below. I’d love to try it!

God bless, y’all! Keepin’ it simple.

~Bohemian Christian Chelle

What a way to wake up! My scrumptious breakfast chalupa!


3 responses to this post.

  1. That looks good. When I get back from my trip i am going to make these. thanks Chelle


  2. Reblogged this on Christ-following Minimalist and commented:

    In honor of my mom’s 68th birthday and the chalupa-feast dinner we had for her, here’s a blast from the past post from 2011. Enjoy and God bless!


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