This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Mission Foods. All opinions are 100% mine.
Have you ever heard of Mission Flour Tortillas? If not, now you have. We love tortillas here at my house. Mission Flour Tortillas are healthy, and inexpensive. Did you know you can feed a whole family for ten bucks or less using Mission Flour Tortillas? Now you can win a free kitchen by entering the Mission Menus Challenge. To enter you have to come up with a recipe using Mission Flour Tortillas, that can feed a family of five for ten dollars or less. You only have until August 9th to get your recipes in, so don't dilly dally.
So now that the formal stuff is over what about Mission Flour Tortillas the Company? Mission Foods is a major sponsor of Share Our Strength to help end childhood hunger in America. Mission Flour Tortillas contain zero cholesterol, and zero grams of trans fat per serving. That not enough to convince you to try them. They come in three different sizes for the ultimate convenience and recipe versatility. What do I make with Mission Flour Tortillas? You can be so creative with these. I especially love them in the hot weather, because who wants to cook? Make fajitas with steak, ground beef, turkey, chicken or go meatless and add beans. Make a grilled peanut butter and jelly tortilla, and sprinkle on powdered sugar at the end of grilling. Serve them warm, and your kids will beg for more. My absolute favorite, however, is to warm Cheese Wiz then spread it on the Mission Flour Tortilla. Add shredded lettuce, ground beef, diced tomatoes, small amount of salsa and sour cream and voila a Chalupa is born. At least I think it is a Chalupa, that is what we call them. You can make it even more healthy by using ground turkey, or making a fish fajita, or chalupa. Make it a completely cold sandwich by adding sliced turkey, cheese, lettuce, tomato, and mayo. Then roll them up into little rolls seal with a toothpick and you have fancy little sandwiches. Turkey salad, chicken salad, BLT's, it doesn't matter they are all awesome. And did you know that tortillas have way less calories, and fat than two slices of bread?
Feeding a family of five does not have to be expensive. Just ask all of us who love Mission Flour Tortillas. If you are creative, frugal, and have a great recipe for Mission Flour Tortillas, then head over to their website, and win yourself a free kitchen. Good luck!