‘Eating Clean on the Cheap’ – Greek Nachos = Family Fun

If you haven’t already figured it out yet, I LOVE Greek food! One of my favorite ways to enjoy this international cuisine is by marrying it with another favorite dish of mine- nachos! This is a quick meal that can be tossed together with the help of the kids. And when the kids are actively involved in meal prep, eating what they have created is much more satisfying.

GREEK NACHOS

Since assembling nachos is in no way a science, I did not list quantities of ingredients needed. The amount of each item just depends on how much each person wants. Enjoy!

  • Kangaroo Pita Chips*
  • Publix hummus*
  • Publix crumbled feta cheese*
  • Grape tomatoes* cut in half
  • Cucumbers, diced
  • Spinach leaves, chopped
  • Black olives, sliced
  • Lean ground turkey, seasoned and browned or cooked chopped chicken breasts, if desired
  • Tzatziki sauce

*On sale this week at Publix

Line a cookie sheet with aluminum foil ( I use one sheet per person so I can just transfer over to each plate for easy clean up) and preheat oven to 350. Place pita chips on aluminum foil and top with meat, hummus, and feta. Place in oven for 7-9 minutes or until warmed and just toasted. Pull out, slide the individual “nachos” onto plates and allow each person to top their chips as they wish.

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  1. Haha, great idea and sounds awesome.

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