Make taco night healthier for your family with this easy Mexican Beef Taco Lettuce Wraps recipe! The lean ground beef is cooked with onions, sweet peppers, and a homemade taco seasoning. Spoon into butter lettuce and add your favorite taco toppings.
Disclosure: This Beef Taco Lettuce Wraps recipe is part of a sponsored post for Laura’s Lean Beef
My love of Mexican food has been taking a bit of a hit with the healthier eating that has been happening in our home. Some of my old favorites don’t match up to the healthier meals that I’ve been making. Luckily, all hope isn’t lost. There are ways that I’ve been able to work my favorite cuisine into our menu plans.
One meal that is proving to be a favorite in our house is these Mexican-style Beef Taco Lettuce Wraps. We’ve made Asian-style Lettuce Wraps several times, so it only made sense that a taco meat would be a great option for Mexican-style Lettuce Wraps.
Our Beef Taco Lettuce Wraps are very easy to make, and you will only need a few ingredients, plus your choice of toppings. The main ingredient is Laura’s Lean Beef.
The lean beef is paired with delicious additions like diced onions and colorful sweet peppers.
And I’ve even mixed up a homemade taco seasoning. If you usually use packaged taco seasoning, I strongly encourage you to give this a try. Not only is it’s easy to make, but it’s so good!
To eat the beef taco meat mixture, we use butter lettuce leaves instead of our usual fried taco shells. I like to buy my butter lettuce at Costco, but you can find it in the produce section of most grocery stores. Just separate the leaves from the head, wash and shake dry. They form the perfect little “cup” for holding your beef taco meat.