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It’s been years since I’ve eaten at a taco bell, but I have to admit that it used to be one of my favorites. Not only because I’m obsessed with Mexican food, but also because they’ve always had a lot of vegetarian options,which was surprising for a fast food chain especially back in the day.
When I was in high school I probably ate at taco bell much more than I would like to admit! And the really funny thing was that the closest taco bell to my house was in the next town over located inside of the Walmart. So we would all go to Walmart just to eat at taco bell, it sounds sad but it was true. And I always ordered the 7 layer burrito. It was packed with rice, beans, cheese, guacamole, sour cream, lettuce and tomato and it was my favorite. Today I’m sharing my version of a vegetarian 7-layer burrito and I’ve changed a few things up. I’ve used quinoa instead of rice, black beans instead of re-fried beans and I’ve also added roasted sweet potatoes because these days it’s hard for me to eat anything that doesn’t include sweet potatoes!
While I’m known for loving my tacos, I also really love burritos. So, when I first started experimenting with gluten free eating I really, really missed eating burritos. Don’t get me wrong, tacos are delicious and I could eat them all day, but there is something so satisfying about wrapping up all your favorite ingredients into a huge tortilla and enjoying it all without toppings falling out the back. Which is why I was so excited when I discovered Udi’s gluten free tortillas! They are soft, heat up well and don’t fall apart when you try to fold them. They’re perfect for this 7-Layer Vegetarian Burrito as well as all of your other burrito needs!Print
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