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Yum! Used my sandwich press to reduce the fat content. I added the left over chicken in some of them (a great way to clean out the fridge). My DH dipped his in salsa. Thanks for posting.
Very quick, easy and inexpensive. My 8 yr old daughter liked is "as is". For me and other adults, I would drizzle it with queso and top with sour cream and jalapenos.
I just made these as a quick lunch for one since I had some leftover refried beans... really filling and easy. I used a mexican blend of cheese and topped it off some salsa and sour cream. Next time, I will add in some seasonings to spice up the beans a bit... Thanks for sharing!
My kids say 5 stars - easy and yummy - will definitely make again. We topped with taco sauce and sour cream. Thanks.
I've made this several times but forgot to post my review. My 3 year-old DD enjoys these for lunch. I usually only have cheddar on hand, so I use lots of it. I use the fat-free refried beans and can't tell any difference in flavor from the full-fat version. This is a good for a kid's lunch, and with a few spices works for adults, too. Thanks!
My daughters really liked them. It was plain but still good for a quick lunch or snack.
DD made this for a supper and quick, easy and plain.
This was an easy, quick and delicious snack to make, but I used nonstick cooking spray instead of the butter and oil, and cooked them 2-3 minutes each side to crisp them up.
A very easy, high protein snack to make.