I thought is was a joke. But “The Taco Cleanse” where you eat tacos to detox and cleanse is a real thing in 2016.
hmmm…I’m thinking, “No gracias”.
Well, I haven’t read the book but if you read the Amazon description here you can have a laugh with me.
And, if you love a good Taco Party, like our family does, then I’m the amiga that has your “healthy” back!
Taco nights make a great weekly “theme dinner”.
And theme dinners help your family have fun while eating healthier.
With theme dinners, you don’t have to think of what you’ll cook on Tuesdays, because it’s always tacos.
And with Healthy Family Meal Plans, you never have to worry about how to make a “healthy” gluten free, low carb, high veggie, high protein and delicious tacos.
Because, I have several recipes for you linked below and even more in HealthyFamilyMealPlans meal planning software system.
Chicken Fajita Lettuce Roll-Ups
Today’s Healthy Taco Recipe is “Chicken Fajita Lettuce Roll-Ups”.
The great thing about these Chicken Fajita Tacos (recipe below) and these Lemon Maple Chicken Tacos is that they give us a chance to have fun as a family while sharing a healthy meal— just set out the taco ingredients and let everyone make their own.
When you “Make/Plate your own” Tacos or any dinner, it saves mom so much time and you avoid food fights at the dinner table.
Plus, it helps your picky eaters feel more in control and they naturally become willing to eat healthier (read more how that can work for you here).
Dinner time is no longer a struggle and starts feeling like a party!
Speaking of party… 5 de Mayo or Tuesday is always a good reason to have a Taco Party.
Just looking at the bright color of these bell peppers and they’ll make you want to dance and no… it’s not because we drank too many of these gluten free, sugar free and artificial syrup free 5 de mayo drinks that my husband makes.
The bell peppers in this Chicken Fajitas recipe work to make your skin glow and even helps relieve sinus pain and stuffy noses.
These tacos for your next Taco Tuesday Night, 5 de Mayo, or any night have the best light and crispy lettuce taco shell and and bold and filling fajita inside.
Check out the organic butter lettuce I found at my local Costco. 2 pack and fresh because the roots are still on it. The kids think it’s the coolest thing. And they get a little science lesson from it.
Plus crispy lettuce makes for a crispy taco without the corn…
Gracias Costco for helping our families eat healthier and save money!
Fajitas means onions. Grilled onions make for a naturally sweet treat.
And if you want to make your fajitas more appealing, use more colored food like red bell peppers.
The sauerkraut I put on the top of these fajitas was just the extra healthy on top.
Sauerkraut is what you top your taco with when you really want to cleanse in the most effective way… with probiotics.
Probiotics in supplement form or in food sauerkraut form are a MUST for cleansing.
Taco Cleanse or not, this is a recipe you’ll want to keep!
Want to keep your Taco’s old school with ground beef? Here’s the basic “How To”
Do you love tacos so much, you might even consider a taco cleanse? Here’s a one-of-a-kind breakfast taco/burrito recipe with cauliflower hummus that will actually help you cleanse!
Tell us… Do you Taco Tuesday?
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