Mormon Moms for Vegetarian, Vegan and Raw Cooking!

This blog is intended to be a support for anyone who desires to make the vegetarian, vegan {and or} raw food diet change. Whether you want to drastically change to a completely raw diet or just add a few more vegetarian meals to your weekly menu, we are here for you! It doesn't matter who you are or why you want to make the change. We want to share our love, support, tips, testimonies and - recipes - to make your life easier, happier and healthier!

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Beans, Beans, The Magical FRUIT! Week 2

Beans, Beans, The Magical Fruit! Mini Series, Week 2:

Salty Bean Burrito Bar

1. Prepare Salty Beans as directed in THIS post

2. Warm enough burrito sized whole wheat tortillas for the whole family

3. In separate bowls prepare some or all of:

chopped tomatoes

diced avocados


spicy corn



chopped lettuce


brown rice


Let each family member load up their tortilla with their favorites toppings. My children, I am embarrassed to say, like theirs with a little shredded cheese, lettuce, and ketchup.

*If you serve this in whole wheat tortillas or add corn to your beans you have arrived at complete protein power.

I use these same salty beans when I make a true "One Bowl Wonder" - my meatless tortilla soup. Everybody, carnivores included love this dish so check back for the next edition of our Beans, Beans, The Magical Fruit Mini Series.

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Sally said...

Those sound really good. I will probably have to make some pulled pork for my husband and kids to put inside because my husband loves meat and my kids hate beans. I could totally do just beans and lots of other yumy fillings though.

Anna-Kare said...

I made these the other night using your salty beans recipe and spicy corn. Also did the suped up guacamole. Everybody loved it, including my grumbling where's-the-meat son. Another vegetarian success at our house! Thanks.

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