Nachos are the perfect Mexican party food, and when loaded up with meats and veggies they also make a great main course for sharing. Try variations on classic Mexican nachos for fun.See Popular Mexican Nachos Recipes
Balance the hot bean-and-cheese-topped chips with cool salsa, guacamole, and sour cream for a party appetizer that is always in demand.
For game time appetizers or snacking anytime, these nachos are a top choice.
Your family will love the bright colors in this updated nacho snack. Add even more color by using spinach or tomato flour tortillas.
These five-ingredient nachos are a cinch to make for a large crowd. Bake a batch for your next party and serve with an array of topping options, like cilantro, jalapeno peppers, sour cream and salsa.
Ground turkey and black beans add enough protein to make these nachos a meal!
Put a little spice in your game-day menu with nachos that feature jalapeno peppers and Jamaican jerk seasoning.
Give this familiar Tex-Mex snack bold flavor with tortilla chips piled high around fresh vegetables, pinto beans, and cilantro-sour cream.
Mix up all the fixings for nachos--ground beef, cheese, salsa, and olives--and bake them in a casserole for a family-pleasing dinner. Slices of pizza dough stand in for the chips.
Nachos for dessert? Yes! Bake cinnamon tortilla chips until crispy, then top with berries and low-fat cream topping. This easy recipe is suitable for diabetic food plans.
Turn nachos into a main-dish recipe by adding chicken and black beans to the mix of toppings. It also makes a hearty appetizer.
Sprinkle crushed tortilla chips on each serving of this chock-full-of-cheese ground beef soup.
Baked tortilla chips and reduced-fat cheddar cheese help keep these Tex-Mex morsels diabetic-friendly.
Like nachos with all the fixings? Make this quick casserole recipe of the best Southwestern flavors.
Whole wheat tortillas make fun dippers for the warm apple mixture in this recipe. Try these sweet nachos for dessert or a snack.
With only 121 calories and 5 grams of fat per serving, these citrus-accented treats are healthy and fun to eat.