Black Bean & Queso Breakfast Tacos

Today I’m going to show you how to celebrate Tuesday AND enjoy breakfast for dinner all in one bite! These black bean breakfast tacos with queso and scrambled eggs is an effortless meal and it’s ready in 10 minutes or less! Are you ready for Taco Tuesday?

Simple and fresh ingredients are the only thing that’s bringing this easy dinner to the table. Check out this video to see how the recipe is made and for the full Taco Tuesday scoop.

Breakfast, it’s one category of food my entire family can agree on. Pancakes, waffles, eggs, bacon, tacos, what’s not to love here? And breakfast for dinner? Consider it the fool-proof way to make your taste buds happy without spending a lot of time in the kitchen.

It’s also why I HAD to devote an entire section of my Taco Tuesday Cookbook to breakfast tacos. They were always a winner with my family and my taste-testing friends.

That being said, these breakfast tacos aren’t the only delicious and easy recipes in the taco cookbook. Trust me, I did my homework (A TON of taco cooking AND eating) before creating an entire collection of beef, chicken, pork, seafood, vegetarian, and breakfast tacos that are all 100% delicious and easy to assemble.

black bean and queso breakfast tacos

Let’s just say these recipes helped convert some very picky eaters to the dark side of all things tacos.

While these aren’t labeled as vegetarian breakfast tacos, they totally qualify. They’re packed with protein from the black beans and scrambled eggs and the avocado and tangy Cotija cheese take this taco up a notch.

black bean and queso breakfast tacos

So Laura, what is Cotija cheese?

Okay, I realize not everyone keeps Cotija cheese on hand, but if you enjoy tacos or anything with cheese crumbles I would highly consider it!

Cotija cheese can be found in the refrigerated Latin section of most grocery stores. It’s tangy, crumbles easily, and an all-around great topping for tacos, guacamole, salads, burritos, this list could go on and on!

Is there a Cotija Cheese substitute?

If you can’t find Cotija cheese or don’t have any on hand, use feta cheese or goat cheese on your taco.

So where’s the recipe? Well, that my friend you’ll find inside The Taco Tuesday Cookbook. Make sure to grab a copy and cook along every Tuesday with me!

October 9, 2018

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