We all know and love the classic nacho recipe: cheese, beef, beans, jalapeños and maybe some olives. I've had the traditional kind all my life, until the fateful day I tried something different: chocolate nachos.
When I was in middle school one of my favorite places to go was Cheeseburger in Paradise. For birthdays, we would always order their chocolate nachos—chocolate and flour tortillas fried covered in chocolate, strawberries, and vanilla ice cream. A match made in heaven. Sadly, they went out of business near my house and I have been longing for nachos like those ever since.
If you want to impress your friends on game day, or have an experience like mine, check out these recipes. Or just stick to plain old nachos (I won't judge).
All your favorite things about nachos...Made with potatoes. These taste just like a loaded baked potato, but nacho style.
Yeah, those are waffles you're looking at underneath. These nachos are a twist on a bacon, egg, and cheese with avocado. Who says you can't have junk food for breakfast?
Ditch the chips and use tater tots instead to make these nachos. You can even tell your friends you came up with the coolest recipe since sliced bread.
These nachos are oozing with cheese and instead of taco meat use shrimp for an added twist. These will be sure to wow all your friends at the next football game.
A spin on the classic nacho, only made with veggies and homemade chips. These nachos might be vegetarian friendly, but even you're meat loving friend won't want to stop eating them.
You can actually feel healthy about eating nachos with this recipe. The chips are actually zucchini bits topped with all your favorite nacho toppings.
Whoever came up with this idea is a genius. It combines everyone's favorite food (pizza) and the ultimate snack (nachos). I don't know about you, but I can't have just one slice.