Tostadas Free PD Recipe

Tostadas - ©

These are easy to make, colorful, and work well for a party or a weeknight meal. Kids love to help layer them up and choose their toppings. Save hundreds of calories with this baked plant-based nutrient dense delicious Protective Diet version.

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    Comments (7)

    1. posted by Denise on August 22, 2013

      What a fun and yummy meal for the whole family! I sprinkled some cumin on mine and added some No Fat Not-Yo Cheeze Sauce.

    2. posted by Jmglackin on November 25, 2013

      I love making these! They’re a fast and easy go to meal & you can make them different every time. I love loading them up. My 6 year old loves these too. She loves helping in the kitchen so she really enjoyed putting her own toppings on.

    3. posted by newhopeden on January 4, 2014

      These would be great for a big get together and let everyone top what they want on them.

    4. posted by Stephen on November 20, 2014

      This tostada recipe has become a quick, “go to” recipe the past month. I am amazed at how quickly I have have a health, filling meal. What makes this recipe even quicker is having lettuce, onion and tomato already chopped up, storing in the refrigerator.

      I use a version of Julie’s Unfried Black Beans, but use pintos with an entire onion, fresh garlic and some red chili peppers along with some chili pepper and cumin. I try to keep the heat down, as my son and wife enjoy a milder flavor.

      Nothing quicker than heating the beans on the stove while the tortillas are in the oven warming up to a crisp. I end up building my tostada with the unfried beans, lettuce, onion, tomato, salad, no-yo cheese sauce and some green hot sauce. I didn’t have any, but I would usually have sour cream dream on top.

      Great recipe, great flavor. Thank you Julie for another great recipe!

    5. posted by lynsul on January 4, 2016

      I bought and froze blue corn tortillas here in Ontario. They were the only PD ones available from the tortilleria in a nearby city. Can I I thaw and put these in the oven?

      • posted by Julie Marie on January 8, 2016

        Yes, did you watch the Baked Tortilla video? I always use frozen tortillas. I bake them frozen.

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