20 Minute Tostada’s

I picked up my Half time hostess pack last night and saw my prizes….I was so excited. I don’t think people realize the value of these babies, the gazillion things we can do with them! I think I will be testing out the possibilities in the near future. But, I am all about instant gratification so I wanted something fast, easy and healthy. So I whipped up these tostada’s and they were FABULOUS! Just like all great things. It must be shared. I’m sure with a little time this too can be perfected but for now. Fast and ooooh so good will do. The great things about tostad’s is you can fit them to your liking.

20 Minute Tostada’s

20 Minute Tostada’s


  • 6 Tostada's (Corn or Jalapeno)
  • 3 Avocados
  • 1/2 Yellow Onion (chopped)
  • 1/2 Tomato (chopped)
  • 1 Cup of Salsa
  • 3 Chicken Breasts
  • Salt & Pepper to taste
  • EVOO for chicken & tostadas


  1. Preheat oven to 400º
  2. In a medium bowl, cut 3 avocados and mash them with a fork.
  3. Add your chopped onion and most of your tomatoes to the avocado mixture.
  4. Add 1 cup of salsa. I used my fresh made hatch chile salsa
  5. Add salt and pepper to the mixture.
  6. After turn on stove to medium and add EVOO, start browning chicken breasts. you can dice them before or after cooking
  7. Lightly brush tostadas with EVOO and sprinkle salt on them, place them on cookie sheet and place in preheated oven for 5 minutes.
  8. When they are golden, remove from oven. Give a minute to cool.
  9. Take a few scoops of the mixture and spread over the tostada, add some pieces of chicken and a few diced tomatoes and serve!


If I had put anymore time to think about it. I would have used some of the beans from the chili pack and mashed them up as well. Next time! 🙂

Author: Jamie S

I'm married and am very blessed to be the mother of a gorgeous little 2 year old named Mac. I live in good ol' North Dakota! I love to do many things. Laugh, love, write and cook. Mostly, I like to enjoy life to the fullest. That's probably why I love cooking so much. There is no right or wrong way of doing it. My day job keeps me very busy but its also extremely rewarding. I work for a company called Pride Inc. We serve individuals with developmental disabilities. So most of the people on my caseload are like my family. For me, I learned from my grandma that cooking brought people together. I associated it with happiness, love and togetherness and who doesn't want those things in life! So I've always tried to continue that in my own life with my own family. Nothing brings people together like a good meal. And a few good laughs!

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