Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 2 mins

I love the Meximelts at Taco Bell. However, I don't eat there a lot because sometimes, it gives me a tummy ache. But when I do, there are only two things I order-EVER! Chili-cheese burritos and Meximelts. One of my gal-pals worked there and told me what was in one. I couldn't figure it out because I was too busy inhaling it.'s my take on the Meximelt.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Prepare the hamburger meat and drain off all the grease and/or water. Season.
  2. Microwave the tortilla until it is soft and easy to roll.
  3. Place a layer of ground beef in the bottom.
  4. Combine all the cheeses (I just throw it all in a zip-top bag and shake so if there is any left over, I can have it for later.)and sprinkle the desired amount over the beef.
  5. Add desired amount of salsa, but do not use too much.
  6. (This is sort of like a taco, only the cheese is melted and there is no lettuce or sour cream or any other toppings.).
  7. Fold in half and place on a plate.
  8. Microwave for 30 seconds or just until the cheese is melted.


Most Helpful

Simple and satisfying. Only enough for 6.

rosslare June 20, 2015

Yum. I used Taco Bell brand seasoning mix, low carb wheat tortillas, low fat pre-shrdded Mexican cheese and lowfat ground beef with chopped onion. Didn't have salsa, so I added some Siracha to the beef mix towards the end. Delicious. Be careful, super hot right out of the microwave.

casswall November 04, 2012

Arriba, arriba! These were so delicious...I'm sure I would be disappointed by the Taco Bell version if I ever tried it (so I'll stick with Amy's recipe). I used Recipe #2642 and modified Recipe #59635 to accommodate my sparse pantry. I also decided at the last minute to pan fry (w/Pam), like quesadillas, instead of microwaving. Loved the crunchy exterior it gave to the wheat tortillas. It was over the moon good! .......................................RIP, Amy.

Jug O'Mud June 09, 2010

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