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Hey guys! Checking in on you here first thing Monday morning to give you something to look forward to today: an ooey-gooey-delicious Creamy Pumpkin Chocolate Fried Taco. Yup, crispy fried goodness combining three fantastic elements – pumpkin, cream cheese, and chocolate – and it won’t even make you fat. If you’re unfamiliar with the fried taco concept, you’ve come to the right place. The Fried Cream Cheese & Berry Taco was the original, and beaucoup de fried tacos followed.
I mentioned this in last week’s Pumpkin Chip Mug Muffin post, but in case you missed it, I’ve been tweaking and expanding the “Starting THM” page here on my blog recently. (You can find this page in the menu right below the logo at the top of the page – or just CLICK HERE.) This page includes a brief synopsis of THM, a quick checklist of some of the best things you can do to get started, lots of helpful links, and direct links to THM-friendly products from various online stores so you can shop around and get the best price. I’ve also included descriptions of many of these items (in case you’re wondering what on earth glucomannan is!). This page can always be at your fingertips if you need help finding information or a product, so bookmark it!
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- Spread the cream cheese and pumpkin in the center of the low-carb tortilla. Top with the chocolate chips, Super Sweet Blend, pumpkin pie spice, and a dash of salt. Mash the ingredients together a bit with a spoon to combine the flavors so you don't get one giant bite of only cream cheese or only pumpkin. Fold the sides of the tortilla over like you're wrapping a present and secure the flaps with 2 toothpicks. Fry the package in coconut oil on both sides until brown and crispy, then remove the toothpicks and enjoy!
I used ½ tsp. THM Super Sweet Blend because I don't like my stuff to be killer sweet, but feel free to use more to your own personal tastes, especially if you use dark chocolate instead of sugar-free chocolate chips.