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Mini Tacos


  • 24wonton wrappers
  • 1lb hamburger
  • 1(1 1/4 ounce) package taco seasoning
  • 1⁄2cup salsa or 1⁄2 cup picante sauce
  • 3tablespoons salsa
  • 1cup shredded cheese (cheddar is good, but a Mexican blend would be good too)
  • sour cream (optional)
  • olive (optional)
  • guacamole (optional)


  • Cook hamburger until browned.
  • Drain the fat and stir in taco mix and 1/2 cup salsa/picante sauce.
  • Simmer for 3-5 minutes.
  • Press wonton wrappers into mini muffin cups.
  • Spoon beef mixture in cups and top with the 3 tbsp of salsa and cheese, evenly divided.
  • Bake in preheated 425°F oven for 8 minutes, or until the wontons are nicely browned.
  • Serve with extra salsa, sour cream, olives and guacamole if desired.
  • ENJOY!


  • didyb

    Great finger food. The only thing I did differently was to bake the wonton wrappers for about 5 minutes before putting in the filling/cheese– then baked 5-8 minutes more.(at 350 degrees because there was something else in the oven) This helps the bottom of the taco bite not get soggy. Thanks!

  • Diana J.

    I used the round gyoza wrappers and topped them with a bit of sour cream, a wedge of cherry tomato, and some chopped chives.

  • jellyko

    Similar concept to a recipe I have posted, but mine is chicken fajita and instead of wontons I just use tostito scoops….try it! Scoops ( a bagged chip ) makes it real easy.

  • Nick’s girl

    I just finished making these and I love them. The only thing I didn’t like about the recipe though is that it didn’t mention how to put the won tons into the muffin tin so I ended up folding the square in half and then half again and using just one folded half for each. This actually turned out really well because the bottoms are not soggy in the least and noticed that was the complaint for others. I also mixed cheese in with the meat as well as sprinked just a little on the top….yummy. Oh, and I baked the won tons for 4-5 mins before putting the meat mixture in…another great idea that someone else mentioned.

  • zoegirl21

    No wonder these have so many good reviews… so yummy! I used ground turkey instead of beef. They were so DELICIOUS. The wonton wrappers are the perfect things to hold everything all together. I used square wonton wrappers like the picture displays, but I think next time I will try the circle wonton wrappers because I feel like they’ll fit a little bit better in the mini muffin tins. It got the most compliments out of all of the food I served at a party last night. I will definitely be keeping this recipe handy. Very easy to make and kind of fun to eat.

  • V.A.

    **UPDATE** My MIL served these at her Christmas Eve party and they were a HUGE hit! She was able to prepare the filling ahead of time and pop them in the oven as the guests were showing up! They were the first thing to go from the buffet, and everyone raved about them! On her behalf, thanks for posting your recipe 🙂 These little things have a wonderful presentation and taste great! We enjoyed these very much, thanks so much for posting your recipe 🙂

  • mollymustang

    Excellent Recipe…and so simple! Thanks!!

  • mestasmama

    In a pinch, you can even use the tostitos scoops. perfect for assembling on the spot or at an off site location

  • Zonian

    These were fabulous! I made them for family dinner and they got rave reviews! So easy and delicious…thank you for the recipe.

  • Kit^..^ty Of Canada

    If I could give more then 5 stars, I would. This is loved by all family members & friends. I have made this recipe so many times, I have lost count. I precook the the wonton wrappers for 4-5 minutes. I add anything I like such as onions & peppers. Last week I did them with crab & I am looking forward to using gr. pork & sausage. Thank you Bekah this is a great recipe!