Whip up your own DIY Taco Seasoning with just 5 simple ingredients and free printable label – perfect to give as gifts to family and friends!
Homemade gifts are one of the most exciting things you can give to friends and family at the holidays. Even neighbors will appreciate the fact that you may have went the extra mile for them at the holidays with a unique homemade gift.
This DIY Taco Seasoning isn’t just great for seasoning ground beef or chicken, it also doubles as a unique gift, too! Pick up a few spice jars and make a big batch for a bunch of smaller bottles. Gift to friends and family that love to cook/bbq. Pair with your favorite fermented hot sauce, some potholders or even oven mitts.
They’ll appreciate the gesture!
DIY Taco Seasoning
This taco seasoning is super easy to make – use our simple ratio to make a single jar, or follow our measurements to make a larger batch. The larger batch can be divided into several smaller jars and labeled for gift giving.
Grab these free printable labels for your jars – print on Avery Labels 6450 (find them on Amazon).
To make the seasoning, combine 2 parts of cumin, chili powder and garlic powder in a small bowl. Then combine 1 part each coriander and salt in the same bowl. Stir to combine, then use a small funnel to separate into small spice jars.
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DIY Taco Seasoning
- spice jars
- printable label
- 2 parts ground cumin
- 2 parts chili powder
- 2 parts garlic powder
- 1 part ground coriander
- 1 part salt
Example Recipe: Small Batch
- 2 Tbsp ground cumin
- 2 Tbsp chili powder
- 2 Tbsp garlic powder
- 1 Tbsp coriander
- 1 Tbsp salt
Example Recipe: Large Batch (Gifts)
- 1 C cumin
- 1 C chili powder
- 1 C garlic powder
- 1/2 C salt
- Add ingredients to bowl. Whisk until thoroughly combined.
- Using a funnel, add seasoning to spice jars and label using printable label (supplied).
- Use to season beef, chicken, beans, and anywhere else you want to add taco flavor. Start with 2 Tbsp per pound of meat and adjust to taste depending on your personal preference.