#BeyondMeat Taco Pinwheels #sponsored

This is a sponsored post written by me for BeyondMeat Beef Crumbles.  All opinions are 100% my own.

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Because a tainted river ruined our weekend plans, we had to throw an impromptu fiesta on Saturday.  All impromptu fiestas need sombreros, maracas, margaritas, and snacks.  Surprisingly, I had all of those things on hand.  Except the snacks, so I needed some snacks FAST.  Chips and salsa, done.  Veggie taco dip, done.  Taco pinwheels?  In the oven, looking delicious.

#BeyondMeat Taco Pinwheels

These pinwheels were the true star of the evening (uhhh other than Josh.  It was his birthday after all 😉 ).  I had people ask me why I would make something I can’t eat, which I responded to by taking a big bite of these guys.  What could possibly be in these that looks, tastes, and feels like beef, but isn’t beef?  These no-beef, beefy crumbles from BeyondMeat, of course.  Realistic enough to be beefy without being beefy.  So, its soy, right? Has to be soy.  Or vital wheat gluten?  Nooooope! These little nuggets are made from pea protein — non-GMO and naturally gluten free, meaning more people can get their hands (and mouths) on them.

#BeyondMeat Taco Pinwheels

What’s even better? Everyone can get a FREE coupon! Free!  Probably so you’ll all get hooked like I am.  You can also win a swag kit with t-shirts, hats, and more coupons for BeyondMeat and one winner will get swag + $100 gift card to a BeyondMeat retailer partner of their choosing.  Can’t wait?  Check out the store locator to in find where they’re sold.  There’s also chicken strips which are delicious (I’ve had them at Tropical Smoothie café – it’s pretty exciting when meat swaps are available in chain restaurants!).  You can also hear more about BeyondMeat in the NY Times and on the Today Show.

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#BeyondMeat Taco Pinwheels
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Serves: 16

  • 1 pizza’s worth of dough, ready to use (store bought, homemade, in a tube, whole wheat — any will work!)
  • 11 oz package BeyondMeat beefy crumbles
  • ⅓ c taco seasoning
  • 1 c cheese (I used ½ c reduced fat sharp cheddar and ½ c reduced fat Colby jack)

  1. Preheat your oven to 400 degrees F and spritz a standard sized baking sheet with nonstick spray.
  2. Thaw the beefy crumbles or microwave for 2 – 3 minutes until just barely not frozen. Stir in the taco seasoning (no need to add any extra liquid)
  3. Roll and stretch the pizza dough to fill the entire baking sheet.
  4. Sprinkle seasoned beefy crumbles over the dough, leaving a 1 inch space empty along one of the long edges. Press down lightly into the dough. Sprinkle evenly with cheese.
  5. Roll the dough like you would a cinnamon roll (tightly rolling longways towards the side with the empty edge). Press along the seem to seal together (using a small amount of water, if necessary).
  6. If you have the luxury of time, freeze for half an hour, as this will make it easier to cut (or use a very sharp knife if you absolutely cannot wait). Cut into 12 – 16 pieces about 1 – 1½ inches wide. Separate and place at least an inch apart (on the same greased baking sheet you assembled on). If your dough is too thin to easily separate and the bottoms try to fall apart, you can leave these sliced, but still log shaped, and they will cook through just fine (But you’ll miss out on the dough getting a nice crust).
  7. Bake for 15 minutes, until the dough is cooked through.
  8. Serve as is or with traditional taco toppings.

As a party snack, serving size is one piece. We also had these for dinner and ate 4 pieces each (made a total of four servings).

Nutrition Information
Serving size: 1 piece


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    Meg Aug 18, 2014

    Very interesting concept, and these pinwheels look fab!

    Passtheknife Aug 15, 2014

    These are so fun! I love your creativity, perfect for a party!

    Julia Aug 14, 2014

    TACO PINWHEEL?!!! Can I take these puppies out for a spin? I want to twirl them on my finger and then shove them in my face. Must try the beef-free crumble!

    Thalia @ butter and brioche Aug 13, 2014

    pinwheels definitely take me back to my childhood! these look delicious.. love how simple the recipe is too!

    Sarah @ Making Thyme for Health Aug 13, 2014

    Oh wow, I am drooling all over these. I wish we were neighbors so that we could have vegan and vegetarian potlucks together. I would force you to bring these.

    I’ve tried the Beyond Meat crumbles in spaghetti and sadly I wasn’t crazy about them compared to Quorn products. I might have overcooked them though. But I do think the ingredient list is really impressive and I love that it’s vegan. I’ll have to give them another chance in the form of taco pinwheels!!

    cheri Aug 13, 2014

    Hi Kelly, just started hearing about this product and so far everyone seems to really enjoy it, will have to try, thanks!

      Kelly Aug 13, 2014

      Give me pretty much any new-to-me food and I’m going to make tacos. You can never go wrong with tacos!

    Joanne Aug 13, 2014

    I love that we both went the comfort food route with this! I really loved these crumbles and will definitely be buying them again…this time to make these pinwheels!