Taco Cups

The original version of the Taco Cups had a lid on them, but since there were not many disposable items to wash out after every use, they eventually became lids. Today the Tacocup is designed to look like a coffee cup and has a long handle that is used to push the coffee into the container, so it is easier to use.

They are usually made of a clear plastic material, and they hold at least 16 ounces of coffee, although some products hold up to 24 ounces. The handles are usually made of metal, but they may also be crafted from wood or glass.

Taco Cups is the perfect promotional gift for companies, corporations and organisations who wish to market themselves and their brand awareness. They are highly durable and will remain so even after multiple use, they are very easy to personalise and you can order them from your own computer simply by providing the required information.

In fact, you could have your custom-designed cup made in a matter of minutes! Are you a die-hard tacos fan and if yes, have you ever wondered how to make your own personalised and uniquely creative taco cups?

If you are not that confident in making them on your own, then you can search the Internet for lots of help and useful resources regarding the making of these cups. This is a great idea, because these specially made containers can be used for holding your tacos (or any other items for that matter) and will also help you serve your items neat and clean. Read on and know more…

Taco Cups

Recipe by TiffanieCourse: SnacksCuisine: AmericanDifficulty: Easy


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Easy and delicious vegan taco cups!


  • 6 large flour tortillas

  • 2/3 cup of refried beans

  • 2/3 cup of vegan cheese sauce (you can use any cheese or cheese sauce here that you wish)

  • 1/2 cup of guacamole

  • 1/4 cup of sour cream (vegan sour cream here)

  • pico de gallo/ salsa for serving

  • jalapeno slices for serving

  • cilantro for serving

  • red onion for serving


  • Pre-heat the oven to 350 degrees F and lightly grease a muffin tin.
  • Prepare the tortillas by cutting off the edges so that you have a large square and then cut those into 4 smaller squares (see video above for reference).
  • Gently tuck a tortilla square into each muffin tin, folding over the sides as needed (again, see video for reference). Place a heaping tablespoon into each tin and then top with another tortilla square so that it gently flattens the beans. Bake for 12 minutes.
  • Top with your desired toppings and enjoy!

Reference : foodwithfeeling.


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