This weekend we ate some delicious food including homemade gluten-free nachos that will definitely be turning into a regular occurrence in this house. The last few weeks I was working around the clock, creating a dismal display of delivery.com abuse. We redeemed ourselves with homemade pancakes and bacon, watermelon salad, bacon-wrapped dates (!!!), and this delish dish that my husband prepped and led. Thank you, Will!
+ Load up your nachos onto a baking dish
+ Add shredded cheese. I suggest adding a layer of nachos, a layer of cheese, another layer of nachos, then another layer of cheese.
+ Add in your onions and beans, or whatever toppings you want baked.
+ Bake at 250 for about 10-15 minutes, or until your cheese is fully melted.
+ When melted and smelly amazing, add in your other toppings. We went with heirloom tomatoes, avocado, fresh cilantro, lime juice, and Will added in some hot pepper. This part you can switch up each time to keep the recipe fresh and fun.
What would you top your nachos with? It’s a great date-night dinner or fun for a party.
Meg Allan Cole is a prominent name in the DIY and crafting world, and this quirky blonde Brooklynite is usually seen wielding a glue gun in one hand and a rescue dog in the other. Often dubbed ‘The Brooklyn Martha”, Meg has been creating DIY videos since the very first DIY network, Threadbanger, aired on the internet in 2006. Since then, she has been a DIY home and lifestyle blogger, and has created videos for Etsy, Curbly, MAKE, The Knot, Martha Stewart, and she now proudly makes weekly videos for HGTV’s YouTube channel, HGTV Handmade.