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Baked Taquitos with Creamy Salsa and Guacamole | BEST SUPER BOWL SNACKS

Baked Taquitos with Creamy Salsa and Guacamole | BEST SUPER BOWL SNACKS

It’s that time again! That time of year sports fanatics lose their minds, and I end up at a few parties solely for the food. I’ll be honest, I know nothing about sports, the Super Bowl or football. So Super Bowl Sunday is literally just another day for me, except I’m also stuck making a whole bunch of comfort food for rowdy dudes. Given that you most likely have enough on your plate (ha! Puns…) I thought my contribution to your party platter this year should be quick and simple. So, I would like to introduce to you, the bean and cheese taquito! Taquito’s are one of my favorite party foods of all time for a wide variety of reasons. One of the biggest ones being that they are a snap to make, require minimal ingredients, minimal cooking time, and taste amazing. This recipe is not not only good for super bowl game time appetizers, but also a really quick recipe anytime you need kick-ass party food.

I may not have the pleasure of choosing which potentially inebriated guests during the Super Bowl celebration I’m cooking for, but at least I know that these are the quick option in a sea of buffalo wings, corn dogs, chili and nachos. This easy vegan recipe is so good, even meat eating football lovers will gladly eat 15 of these each during the game

The first step in this recipe is to pre-heat your oven, just set it to 350′. I prefer to make my taquitos with corn tortillas. The crisp factor is much higher than any other type of tortilla and the flavor is quite complimentary to the rest of the ingredients. Take your tortillas and heat them in the microwave for roughly 15 seconds, just long enough that they become pliable. You don’t want these guys to rip or tear while you roll them.

Take a bowl of refried beans (when I have to host, I buy premade organic) and spread a spoonful of them evenly onto the middle of each corn tortilla. On top of the beans add a spoonful or less of homemade cheese sauce. Remember this is a vegan recipe, no real cheese allowed. When you have your beans and cheese added roll up your tortilla creating a taquito and put a toothpick in it to hold it all together. Take your creation and put it on a plate for now. Repeat this process making 10 to 20 of these depending on how many people you’re expecting.

Take a baking pan, put some olive on it and spread it evenly. Lay your taquitos down onto the pan seam first. Brush each of these with some olive oil. You will then put these into your preheated oven for about 15 minutes. After 15 minutes pull them out and flip them, then cook them in 5 minute increments and keep an eye on them so they don’t burn. You do not want them to burn, trust me.

While those are crisping up it’s time to get started on the sauce. You are already halfway there as you have already made your cheese sauce and  you most likely have some left over. This is now dip. How easy was that? Your next dip is also an easy one to put together. Creamy salsa- a household favorite of ours. In a medium sized bowl add half a cup of vegan sour cream, a 1/4 cup of salsa, some diced jalapenos, and then just whisk it all together. Voila! You now have a creamy salsa sauce for everyone to dip their taquitos in. The last sauce is pretty much a necessary item with any Tex-Mex style meal. You need to make some guacamole. This is easy as well, just cut your avocado in half, remove the seed, cut out the insides and put them into a bowl.

Mash your guacamole with a fork until its fairly creamy then add in some diced onions, diced tomatoes, some freshly squeezed lime juice, and a bit of cilantro. Stir that all together well and take your taquitos out of the oven. Plate them with your sauce in dipping containers to the side and serve. Your guests will definitely be impressed, and you get to eat delicious taquitos.

Baked Taquitos with Creamy Salsa and Guacamole | BEST SUPER BOWL SNACKS

Baked Taquitos with Creamy Salsa and Guacamole
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These are the best vegan taquitos ever! These rolled corn tortillas filled with refried beans and vegan cheese are baked until crisp and make the perfect party snack. Serve as an appetizer or side dish with salsa and guacamole during game day, or serve as main course. These vegan taquitos are a quick and easy go to snack!
Recipe type: Appetizer
Cuisine: Mexican
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Grease a large baking sheet generously with olive oil. Set aside.
  3. Heat corn tortillas for 10 seconds in the microwave to soften them.
  4. Spoon roughly 1 Tbsp of refried beans onto the middle of the tortilla. Spread across the middle lengthwise.
  5. Spoon roughly 1 Tbsp of nacho cheese onto the beans and spread in the same fashion.
  6. Roll tightly and secure with a toothpick and place on baking sheet seam side down.
  7. Repeat process until all tortillas are filled, rolled, secured and placed on the baking sheet.
  8. Brush the tops of the taquitos with olive oil and sprinkle with some sea salt.
  9. Bake in oven for 15, flip and bake for another 5 minutes, until edges of the taquitos are slightly browned.
  10. While the taquitos are cooking, prepare the creamy salsa dip, guacamole or any other dip you are using.
  11. Serve with dips of your choosing.


vegan creamy salsa recipe

Vegan Creamy Salsa Dip
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This creamy salsa dip is a must have for parties. It's really quick and easy to make and perfect for dipping corn chips, taquitos, veggies or serve with nachos.
Recipe type: Appetizer
Cuisine: Mexican
Serves: ¾ cup
  1. Stir together vegan sour cream, salsa and jalapeños in a small bowl.
  2. Transfer to into a small serving dish and serve with chips, taquitos, nachos or veggies.


guacamole recipe

Easy Guacamole
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This tasty guacamole recipe is super-quick and easy to whip up!
Recipe type: Appetizer
Cuisine: Mexican
Serves: 3 cups
  • 2 ripe avocados
  • ¼ small red onion, finely diced
  • ¼ cup cherry tomatoes, finely diced
  • Handful of fresh cilantro, finely chopped
  • 1 Lime, juiced
  • Pinch of sea salt
  • 1 jalapēno pepper, seeded and finely chopped (optional)
  1. Cut the avocados in half. Remove seed. Score the inside of the avocado and scoop out the flesh with a spoon and place into a small-medium size bowl.
  2. Mash the avocado with a fork.
  3. Add onion, tomatoes, cilantro and jalapēno if using and mix to combine.
  4. Add lime juice and salt to taste.
  5. Enjoy as a dip with chips, and taquitos, or serves with nachos, haystack or any other Mexican dish you love.


Baked Taquitos with Creamy Salsa and Guacamole | BEST SUPER BOWL SNACKS

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  • Liz James says:

    Can these be served cold? Thanks

  • Hi, I would like to make these to take to a Halloween Party are they suppose to be served warm. Can they be made then rewarmed when I get to the party?
    Thanks Liz 🙂

  • Made these for dinner tonight with your nacho cheese sauce. It was absolutely delicious! Even my non vegan hubby said they were good. Will definitely make again and again!

  • Is it possible to use flour tortillas instead?

  • Made these the other night for a Super Bowl party and loved them! I was amazed at how good the cheese sauce was! It was my first time making vegan cheese without any nuts, it was awesome to see that it had such good flavor and texture without being as calorically dense as nut based cheeses. I added cumin and smoked paprika, next time I’ll also add chili powder to the cheese!

    I do want to mention an issue I had when making these so others won’t have the same problem. I wanted to double the recipe as it was for a party, so I made two baking sheets worth. I rolled the first batch and set them aside while I made the second batch. By the time I finished rolling the last of the taquitos, the first ones had the tortillas cracking and falling apart. So get them oiled and in the oven ASAP after rolling! They were still delicious, just not very nice looking for a party!

    Thanks for the tasty recipe! Chicken taquitos used to be something my mom ate often before I convinced her to become (mostly) vegan, and she really enjoyed these! I will be making them again!

  • Can you freeze these?


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