The kids devoured these last night at Kid Konnection at church, and I knew I had to post this super simple recipe. As with most nacho recipes, it isn’t the healthiest of fare. We try to opt for healthier foods when serving the kids at church, but every once in a while, it is fun to eat what we call “party food”. This recipe was super simple to make. No photo—it was a very, very, very long day yesterday, and I didn’t think to bring the camera with me to church.
Tater Tot Nachos
1 bag of Tater Tots
1 bag of shredded cheese (your choice on flavor, we used cheddar)
1 bag or jar of real bacon bits (not those fake kind that taste like cardboard!) or make your own bacon crumbles
Cook Tater Tots in the oven, according to package directions. As soon as they come out of the oven, sprinkle them with cheese and bacon bits. Let set a couple of minutes so that the cheese melts. Serve with sour cream or ketchup per taste. I think these would also be good with some grown-up flavors added in. Since it is basically a baked potato recipe, you could add drained lump crab meat, chopped green onions, chopped ham, and/or salsa to the mix. Play around with the ingredients per your family’s taste.
Thanks to Miss Radeana for this recipe!!