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Perfectly Baked Tortilla Bowl

The other day when I was perusing the web and found my amazing new Mr Lid containers for school lunches, I also came across a pan that bakes tortillas in 5 minutes. I couldn’t resist because my kids are obsessed with tortillas and will eat just about anything I make if I put in in a tortilla. Hmm, should I try liver and onions?  Why push it. Anyway, not only will this make a much healthier edible tortilla bowl, but my kids will get to eat their bowl. Yes, I’m going for coolest mom award. I get to pick the tortillas too, like whole wheat or multi-grain for added nutrition. This got me excited, so did all the different recipes you can make with these pans too. Of course I had to take it one step further and create my own recipes. Keep reading for what you can make in these amazing pans as well as where to get them…

You may be seeing more recipes made in my new favorite pans because I tend to just go for it and see what I can make. Case in point: I had to make cupcakes for my kids school and there was some leftover batter. There was no way I was about to toss chocolate cake batter so I sprayed my Perfect Tortilla pans, poured in the batter and baked for about 20 minutes. Amazing and so fun.  Also, there are tons of recipe ideas on the box, like chili bowls, dip bowls and cinnamon ice cream bowls. Check out the sideshow for my pretty little cakes and get your own Perfect Tortilla pans here.

 

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  • Perfect Tortilla 1 of 7
    Perfect Tortilla
    Because that's what it is, a perfectly baked, not fried tortilla.
  • Baking A Perfect Tortilla 2 of 7
    Baking A Perfect Tortilla
    This is what it looks like while it bakes.
  • Taco Salad 3 of 7
    Taco Salad
    Look what I made.
  • Kid Approved 4 of 7
    Kid Approved
    My little guy ate all kinds of chicken and veggies and rice and beans and guacamole before digging in to his bowl.
  • Cupcake Batter 5 of 7
    Cupcake Batter
    Thought I would try it out.
  • Star Cake 6 of 7
    Star Cake
    Just simple chocolate cake with powdered sugar on top.
  • Star Cake Deluxe 7 of 7
    Star Cake Deluxe
    For the other star cake I cut the top off and filled with whipped cream and strawberries and put the top back on. Huge hit with the kids and we split this one cake between the 4 of us.

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