Crock-Pot Easy Taco Meat

Crock-Pot Easy Taco Meat

Crock-Pot Easy Taco Meat

Servings: 6 | Crock-Pot Size: 6 Quart

I’m all about making things as easy on myself as possible.   One of the meals we have quite often is Taco’s. Normally I just make the meat on the stove top, but decided I would try in the Crock-Pot but still make it super easy.  I didn’t want to chop or dice anything.  Turned out great, incredibly low maintenance, and the  kids loved it!

Crock-Pot Easy Taco Meat

Rating: 51

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: 5 hours

Total Time: 5 hours, 5 minutes

Yield: 6

Crock-Pot Easy Taco Meat

Ingredients

2 Pounds Lean Hamburger
1 Bag of Birds Eye Ready Recipe Chopped Onions and Garlic 8 oz
1 Package of Low Salt Taco Seasoning (use whichever taco seasoning you prefer)
Tortilla's, Taco shells, lettuce, cheese, tomatoes or any other garnish you prefer.

Instructions

  1. Place hamburger raw in Crock-Pot on low and cook for about 4-6 hours.
  2. Every 2 hours, stir the hamburger to get it to cook evenly.
  3. When it has fully cooked, carefully drain any grease.
  4. Add 1 package of Birds Eye chopped onions and garlic.
  5. Add 1/2-1 package of whichever taco seasoning you prefer.
  6. Stir until well mixed in.
  7. Allow to cook for another hour.
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Comments

  1. Janice says

    This sounds delish but the beauty of a crock pot recipe is to put in everything and forget it for 4-6 hours. If you have to stir this every 2 hours, I’d rather just brown the meat with the seasonings half an hour before dinner and be done with it. But, I do see several recipes on this page I’ll try, like the soup and chili. Thanks, Sarah, for your efforts to help trim down my time in the kitchen!

  2. says

    For those of us who are terrible in the kitchen, we need things spelled out to us.

    I really needed to have some water in with the taco seasoning.

    It was perty dry. lol.

    Anyway, actually, it was more work than just the regular skillet way.

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