This “Nacho Table” Is Perfect to Share with Family and Friends

It's a whole table covered in nachos!

Here’s an outrageous dinner idea that’s as fun at home as it is on a family vacation. TikTok has shown us how to make a “nacho table,” which looks so tasty and like tons of fun! Keep reading to find out how you can make table nachos for yourself.

What Is a Nacho Table?

It isn’t an edible table made of corn chips that you can dunk in cheese, but it’s probably the next best thing. The whole idea is to cover the surface of the table with nachos, complete with all the fixings. Here’s a look at a nacho table created by TikTok user @stefherder:

@stefherderwe always make a nacho table during family vacation 🧀🌮 ##DontLeaveMe ##MakeSomeoneSmile ##nachotable ##foryou ##puremichigan ##vacation ##family♬ CEO of speaking French – c.est.bon.bon

Seriously, how could you not love this? We think that a table full of nachos looks super delicious, it’s super doable and it’s absolutely worth trying next weekend! Just make sure that you’re sharing with people who are healthy. Also, check out this recipe for Mexican street corn nachos that went viral on TikTok.

How to Make a Nacho Table at Home

The really great thing about making a nacho table is that you have tons of creative control; the only thing that’s gotta be there is that layer of tinfoil! Start by covering the table completely with foil. Then, whatever you like on your nachos is what you can cover the foil with; the TikTokers in the video were using tortilla chips, ground beef, peppers, onions, cheese and other fixings.

If you’re not a ground beef fan, you could also use chicken, pulled pork or even brats.  Then add classic nacho toppings, like cheese, sour cream and jalapeños—or test out some brand-new nacho toppings .

The main thing is to make sure you have enough on the nacho table for everyone!

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Emily Hannemann
Emily adores both food and writing, so combining those passions as a writer for Taste of Home makes perfect sense. Her work has also appeared in Birds & Blooms and on TV Insider. When she’s not eating peanut butter straight from the jar, you'll find her running or birdwatching. Emily is currently a journalism graduate student at the University of Missouri.