No Fuss Bacon Tomato and Cheese Cups

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This No Fuss Bacon Tomato and Cheese Cups is such a crazy simple recipes, let me tell you a brief story before we get to it!

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Ryder, my youngest son, adores our one-year-old Bassett hound. He really is helpful with her and wants to wake her every morning and feed her. This is great for me because I’m usually rushed from blogging running, making lunches, and cooking breakfast. He’s not real efficient at it so I didn’t think much this morning when he was in her room, aka the laundry room, a long time. When he did finally re-appear, he said, “Mommie, just in case I ever need to sleep there, did you know I fit perfectly on Summer’s bed?” Ahhh, life with boys!

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So. About that No Fuss Bacon Tomato and Cheese Cups. This truly is a no fuss recipe. It’s not pretentious, it’s just downright simple and delicious! And the recipe is so easy to remember, you merely need one cup of everything!

I make it often and made it for a recent football party, because bacon and football go together! You know, kind of like football and bourbon goes together! Anywho, we won the game we were expected to lose, so now they’re Good Luck No Fuss Tomato and Cheese Cups! 😉

Cheesy Bacon Rotel Appetizer Cups

No Fuss Bacon Tomato and Cheese Cups
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Serves: 46
I used phyllo sheets and molded them in mini muffin tins in the picture above because I had phyllo that needed to be used. Fill free to use the sheets, or the pre-formed phyllo cups which are easier and faster to work with.
  • 1 can tomatoes with green chiles, drained
  • 1 c mayonnaise
  • 1 c bacon, cooked and chopped
  • 1 c shredded Swiss cheese
  • 46 phyllo cups
  1. Place the phyllo cups on a cookie sheet or baking pan. Preheat oven to 375 degrees. In a large bowl, mix tomatoes (that have been drained), mayonnaise, bacon and cheese until well combined. Spoon 1 tablespoon mixture into each phyllo cup. Bake 15 to 18 minutes or until bubbly and cheese is melted. Serve hot or room temperature.
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  1. says

    Paula, I love quick little tasties like these – they look so yummy and a perfect thing to snack on while we’re watching football all Sunday afternoon! 🙂 Thanks for sharing your great, easy recipe with us and pinning! Love that Ryder now knows for sure he has an alternate sleeping arrangement! 😉 Have a fantastic Friday!

  2. says

    I have to just say….A.M.A.Z.I.N.G!! (I’m singing…) This recipe is truly so easy, I love it!
    Yes, the life with raising boys…so funny! Hope you are having the beginning of a great weekend, Paula! The girls and I are featuring this recipe tomorrow morning…it’s probably already Saturday morning for you…so in a few more hours! (=

  3. says

    Paula, I love this recipe. Except for the phyllo cups, everything else is zero carbs. I love it all the more!!!
    Next blog hop, share this please?

  4. Samantha Jo says

    Mmm. How simple!
    For those who aren’t huge fans of swiss, what would be a good substitute? Mozz? Parm? Hmm…


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