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Cheesy, Crunchy Frito Pie Recipe

By: Sabrina Snyder from dinnerthendessert.com
Updated October 26, 2018
Cheesy, Crunchy Frito Pie Recipe
Cheesy Crunchy Frito Pie Recipe
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"This cheesy, crunchy Frito pie recipe with ground beef, ranch style beans, cheese, and enchilada sauce baked with crispy Fritos on top is a childhood favorite! We love childhood favorite recipes like tater tot casseroles, ultimate sloppy joes, and cheesy taco pasta. Frito pie is certainly not going to win any creativity awards for me, but it is a quick and easy childhood classic we enjoy once in a while as a treat. Plus, parties. YES, this is one of the first side dishes that disappears during game day parties."

Serves8

Preparation Time5 min

Cooking Time30 min

Cooking Vessel Size9X13 Baking Pan

CostInexpensive

Easy

Total Timeunder 1 hour

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If you wanted to lighten this dish up a little bit, you could always use the Kraft 2% cheese, or simply add more veggies! Another thing you could do is make your own baked tortilla strips to use instead of the Fritos. Just cut some corn or flour tortillas into strips and lay out on a sheet pan. Spray them lightly with cooking spray, flip, and repeat. Sprinkle them lightly with garlic salt and bake for 5 to 8 minutes at 425 degrees, checking often so they don't burn. Enjoy!

I've never made Frito pie before because it seems too unhealthy... but it looks so good!

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