Beefy Taco Bake


Beefy Taco Bake

Beefy Taco Bake
30 Min

Get the excitement and great taste of beef tacos without the work of making individual tacos. This Beefy Taco Bake is a great start to a Mexican potluck menu and is sure to make your family happy and your life easier!

What You'll Need

  • 1 pound ground beef
  • 1 (10-3/4-ounce) can condensed tomato soup
  • 1 cup salsa
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 6 (6- to 8-inch) flour or corn tortillas, cut into 1-inch pieces
  • 1 cup shredded Cheddar cheese, divided

What to Do

  1. Preheat oven to 400 degree F. Coat a 2-quart baking dish with cooking spray.
  2. In a large skillet, brown ground beef over medium-high heat, stirring until crumbled; drain. Stir in soup, salsa, milk, tortillas, and 1/2 cup cheese; spoon into prepared baking dish.
  3. Cover and bake 30 minutes, or until hot. Sprinkle with remaining 1/2 cup cheese, and serve.


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This recipe came from a Campbell's Tomato Soup Label. I have made it many times, but I do it on the stove top an only use a couple of flour tortillas. Very good stick to the ribs recipe.

Hi there! This recipe was sent into us from a viewer and we gave it a try! You can definitely put your own twist on it by adding sliced olives or green chilis! Yum!

The hubs made this for dinner tonight! It was delicious! It was also quick! So ,very good for a weeknight. I put the ingredients in and the calorie count wasn't bad either. We had it with a side of caesar salad. Highly recommend it!

First time making a recipe, I always go BY the recipe before trying something different. Only thing I might change next time is to use corn tortillas rather than wheat. Pondering oven baking the tortillas first, THEN crunching them rather than cutting to inch pieces. In the dish they'd still be soft, but some on the top could add some crunch!

if you leave out the soup do you also leave out the milk?

Hi there! Yes, if you choose to leave out the soup, you would also need to leave out the milk. Enjoy!

Added taco seasoning and a 4-oz can of mild Hatch diced green chilis, jarred sofrito for the soup, and corn chips for the tortillas.

I also used hard taco shells, added taco seasoning mix to the drained ground beef, used 16 oz jar of salsa instead of the soup, and used 2 cups of shredded Cheddar. The family all loved it!

This is better with tortilla chips, left whole, and medium or hot salsa which I double and leave out the soup. Taco seasoning mix helps kick up the meat's flavor. After baking, we top individual servings with lettuce, tomato, more cheese, and sour cream. Not tacos, but all the taste of them!

This was a hit with the family! I added taco seasoning to the beef and used a 16 oz jar of salsa and omitted the tomato soup. I used 2 cups of cheese and topped with sliced olives. Even better the next day reheated!!!!!!! Such a quick weeknight meal! YUMMY!

This is way too heavy on the tortillas. Next time I'm going to use corn chips, and add chopped olives and green chilies to it, and add taco seasoning to the ground beef. Other than that, it was pretty good!

We really like this. It was good. It is worth the time to make. Really easy to make.

I made this recipe and absolutely loved it! A perfect twist to making Mexican food for dinner :)

I was happy with this recipe, but next time I will use hard com taco shells to add a bit of crunch to it.

I tried this a couple of weeks ago and it turned out well! I used less cheese than indicated when I baked it because I have dairy allergies, but my boyfriend put more cheese on what he dished out and enjoyed it just as well. I used tomato soup and salsa and enjoyed the extra tomato flavor. I also added extra corn tortilla pieces to help balance out the amount of beef used. Thanks for a great recipe!

I prepared this with the flour tortillas. I cut tortillas three together, in squares. They stuck together and we thought was very good. Will fix it again.

I suggest corn tortillas over flour, because flour turns out doughy every time. Besides, corn is the original and works great with baked dishes like enchiladas. So many restaurants put them together and throw them in front of you with a little sauce on top. Not the same ... ever! Better baked.

it says use corn...I tried this a few years ago, now I am going to make it again....I already know its ooooh so gooood!!!

it looks & sounds so.... good. From what I've heard from these comments, I'm gonna omit the tomato soup I'm gonna add some salsa & to seasoning mix. Can't wait to try it. Can I substitute the tortilla shells for nacho cheese Doritos.

yes you can, leave them whole, don't crush.... I have done it a few time with the nacho and the taco flavor...

I also didnt use the tomato soup instead used a tomato sauce & added rotel w/ jalepenos..used a bit of cayenne (to taste) & 2 cups of cheese Mexican style---It was a hit!! :)


We are going to use Rotel Hot Diced Tomatoes and Chilies. Sounds good enough to experiment Thanks for the previous comments on this dish.

That Sounds Really Good

get rid of the tomatoe soup ! use a good tomatoe sauce and kick it up about ten notches...Sazo'n Goya is excelent.... you can find it in the Mexican food section of larger groceries....or your local Supermacardo....enjoy !

No taco flavor here just a dish of soupy meat. Won't be making this again, very blah.

looks very very good

Too bland the way it is. Zip it up with a package of taco seasoning and I like to add Southwest style Mexicorn even if it is more like a tamale pie. Tastes better and adds more texture.

This has got to be a good recipe. Plan to make it soon. Thanks Mr. Food!!

I think it needs a package of Taco seasoning. If you put corn, onions and bell peppers in, you are almost making Tamale pie. Not Taco bake. Just my thought on it.

Hello! Thanks for your message. Some of our recipes do have nutritional information analyzed by the American Diabetes Association, and we are working on adding nutritional info to all of our recipes. In the meantime, you can easily find those recipes with nutritional analysis here: Hope that helps!

They usually do type in the calorie, fat grams, etc. Don't know why they didn't for this one.

OK not quite tacos, but a good Mexi-recipe with some modifications to give it some zip. I added about 1/3 cup each of cut corn, chopped onions, and chopped green pepper. Also about 1/2 teaspoon chili power and some hot pepper. Used a 4-cheese Mexican blend. Served topped with chopped tomatoes and shredded lettuce, sour cream, and more picante sauce.

Recipe was very good. Next time I make this for my family I am going to add a can of mexican corn to it.

It all looks good. I have made this a little extra on mexican spice taco chips and bake.

All the recipes on your site are yummy! I wish the statistics (Calories, fat grams, sodium, etc) were included.

I'm thinking it wil be good and can still add chopped tomatoes, shredded lettuce and sour cream on top too

I would definately recommend this recipe. I used the medium salsa which gave it a little kick. It was soooo good!!!


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