Delicious Taco Stuffed Tomatoes, If you’ve been following me for any length in time, you know it’s a secret that I adore the taste of Taco Tuesday. I love corn chips , flour tortillas and rice at times, I like mixing things up, especially since I started eating better .


Some time ago I set out to find a novel recipe of tacos (okay I’m aware that it’s not that unusual however, I’ll try my best). We’ve tried the cauliflower rice recipe before (multiple on multiple occasions) and although I like it however, my entire family hasn’t yet jumped onto this train. Local tomatoes are beginning to show up in the farmers’ markets. I love local tomatoes. I’ve even eaten them in the same way as an apple. Therefore, I decided to combine two of my most favorite things. Enter Taco Stuffed TOMATOES .

This isn’t atypical in any way. Here’s the problem I’m not the biggest lover of stuffed peppers, so I’ve always avoided the whole thing (unless you include Manicotti and then I’m all in). I must say that after trying the recipe above, that I’m sorry that I’ve not had the chance to taste so much delicious stuffed deliciousness. Did I mention this recipe contains spinach as well? It’s easy to fool your kids into eating their vegetables. So don’t be like me and try this recipe right now .

Healthful Taco Stuffed Tomatoes

If you’re like me, you’re not making recipes that require several steps and involve stuffing your food items. Some recipes that require stuffing items are way too complicated for a simple evening meal on a weeknight. However, let me tell you something: this recipe is easy. I promise you. Did I ever lead you in the wrong direction ? The most difficult part is taking out the inside of the tomato, but it’s not really that difficult.

Taco Stuffed Tomatoes are easy to prepare, and taste so good you’ll forget that they’re very healthy and full of vegetables. This recipe is great for a busy dinner on a weeknight.



4-6 large tomatoes

1 pound of ground beef

2.25 tablespoons taco-style seasoning

4 cups spinach, chopped

1/2 cup fresh corn or frozen

1/4 cup sharp cheddar cheese *optional

1 tablespoon chopped cilantro


1. Pre-heat oven to 375 degrees.


2. Cut the tops off of the tomatoes, then scoop out the pulp. Place in a baking dish.

3. Cook the beef ground in an enormous saute pan. After it is cooked it is time to mix in the taco seasoning.

4. Incorporate the corn and the spinach. Cook until the spinach has soft and everything is combined.

5. Fill the tomatoes using the mixture of beef. Put any beef left to fill the dish with the beef mixture.

6. Add cheese.

7. For 15 mins or so, bake until the cheese has melty. Sprinkle with cilantro and serve.