By Babes_Mom on August 28, 2009
Photo by Babes_Mom
Photo by Babes_Mom
"This was an experimental meal, but when my guys tasted it, they said it was a winner. Very quick and easy, suitable for beginning cooks. You can embellish this basic version however you choose by adding chopped green chilies, black olives, etc. I like to add fresh lettuce, onions, tomatoes, and salsa on top at serving time. 1/8 of the casserole is 7 WW points."
Serving Size: 1 (184 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 8
"The original recipe was a little bland for me so I cut the beans in half and added jalapenos to give it some kick. Finished it off by pouring enchilada sauce on top right before the cheese. Perfection!"
"Made tonight for our 4 teenage daughters. They raved about it. Loved it with lettuce, onions, salsa and corn."
"DE-licious! Love the flavor, that it's a well balanced casserole and that it's low in fat!! I added a can of corn to get more veggies in it, and I added chili powder & cumin for extra seasoning. YUMMMM! Thanks!"
"I absolutely loved this! Made as directed, except I added a can of green chiles and some leftover corn I had to use up. I didn't have low fat cheese, so I did half with regular cheese (for the kids) and my half without - I didn't miss it at all. I served it over shredded lettuce, and topped with salsa, sliced avocado, fat free sour cream and cilantro. I thought the taco seasoning mix coupled with the soup was wonderful! Thanks so much for sharing this, I LOVE Mexican food, and appreciate a healthy take on it when I find one!"
"I made this last night for my boyfriend and myself. I added half a can of sweet corn, and a bunch of Chili Powder. I wish I would have added olives. I served it with salsa and sour cream. It turned out well. :)<br/><br/>I used the high-fiber tortillas. They tasted good and made it more filling."
"This was delicious. I needed to use up a lb of cooked chicken fajita meat so I cubed that, I was having pintos as a side so I subbed a can of corn for the black beans and used up half can of Rotel, drained. That gave it a nice kick. I also used 2% Mexican cheese. Topped it with chopped onion and light sour cream."
"It was good, but a little bit too salty for my taste, but that might be the taco seasoning to blame. It was warm and nice to have on a cool evening. I used chili beans which did make it a little more spicy."
"I made this exactly as presented, except for the low-fat options. I'm not a low fat kind of guy, so I used the high-test soup and cheese because that's all I had. It was very easy to put together, and utterly luscious! Next time I might add some kalamata olives and double the taco seasoning mix, but it's great just as it stands! Might even get adventurous and throw in some cilantro! The variations are endless! Thanx, Babes_Mom!"