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post #331 of 358 (permalink) Old 05-03-2014, 09:07 PM
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I am one of *those* people who can manage to make a salad kind of unhealthy, and this happens to be the last thing I ate as well.

Truth is, I like eating food that's basically good for you... and a lot of it. So, yeah.

Ingredients:

- Like half a bag of lettuce

- Chunks of ham (lunch meat, pre-cooked boneless ham, whatever)

- Cheese. Brie is a-ma-zing in this, but cheddars are excellent too, especially the imported Kerrygold cheddars. I'm lucky enough to live in Iowa, so Maytag Blue is a distinct contender as well.

- Tons and tons of Italian salad dressing. Like... tons.

- A hunk of French bread (to mop up the Italian dressing in the bottom of the bowl). I'm serious about my Italian dressing and not afraid to get cross-cultural with my bread. ;)

- Any other vegetables you might wanna throw in--snow peas, cherry tomatoes, peppers, etc.

- Any fruits you might want to throw in--apples, pears, cherries, whatever, as long as it tastes good with the vinegar dressing. Apples are really nice, especially Cortland or Fuji apples--really nice and crispy, sweet white flesh. (Again: Iowa. Apples grow like crazy here.)

- If you're in a weird mood? Goldfish crackers. I will not apologize for this.

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Throw it all together, except the French bread. Go back for seconds and maybe thirds.

Yes, I'm a teenager... how did you guess? Albeit one who likes Brie cheese, and I think that earns me a little credit at least.

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If you want a more serious recipe, I can make some absolutely *boss* French Onion soup using this recipe, which is on my blog and has some pictures and stuff in it even.

http://myexplodingcat.com/?p=2476
You sound like my mom lol. She puts about 30 things in hers lol.

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Wink super easy peanut butter cookies

peanut butter cookies
peanut butter
1 egg
1half cup of sugar


1.heat oven to 325f
2.mix ingredients till blended
3.poll into 24(1 inch)balls.
4.place 2 inches apart on baking sheet.flatten each, in criss cross pattern with tines of fork.
5.bake for 15min or until lightly browned.(do not overbake)
6.cool on baking sheets 5 min. remove to wire racks;cool completely.
enjoy!(i skipped part 6)

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peanut butter cookies
peanut butter
1 egg
1half cup of sugar


1.heat oven to 325f
2.mix ingredients till blended
3.poll into 24(1 inch)balls.
4.place 2 inches apart on baking sheet.flatten each, in criss cross pattern with tines of fork.
5.bake for 15min or until lightly browned.(do not overbake)
6.cool on baking sheets 5 min. remove to wire racks;cool completely.
enjoy!(i skipped part 6)
About how much peanut butter?

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1 cup peanut butter
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1 cup peanut butter
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peanut butter cookies
peanut butter
1 egg
1half cup of sugar


1.heat oven to 325f
2.mix ingredients till blended
3.poll into 24(1 inch)balls.
4.place 2 inches apart on baking sheet.flatten each, in criss cross pattern with tines of fork.
5.bake for 15min or until lightly browned.(do not overbake)
6.cool on baking sheets 5 min. remove to wire racks;cool completely.
enjoy!(i skipped part 6)
i cut the sugar in half cause i found it was too sweet
you can variy the sugar to your taste

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Smile Banana Smoothie

2 banana peeled

half an apple cut

cup water or milk

some yogurt

put everything into a blender and blend until smooth

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Taco Stuffed Peppers (gluten free if you make your own spices)

1 can crushed tomatoes
1 lb hamburger meat
1 onion diced
4 big red peppers ( You could use green, but red has a fuller taste I think)
Taco seasoning packet
Mexican cheese
Sour cream, if you like

Place first 3 ingredients in slow-cooker on high for 4 hours. Stir close to the end. Preheat oven to 325, cut tops off peppers and clear all seeds from the inside.
Put some cheese on the bottom of the inside of each pepper, fill 3/4 full with meat mixture from slow cooker. Top with cheese and place in oven for 25 minutes. Top with sour cream and enjoy!
You can also quick cook this on the stove top, but I love using the slow cooker.

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When making cookies follow the directions on the back of the tollhouse choc.chip bag BUT replace 1/2 the brown sugar and 1/4 the white sugar with an equivalent amount of pure molasses to make them chewy.

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This is always a hit with my family and coworkers, they always ask for more!

Cream Cheese Delight

2 (8oz) packages Cream Cheese at room temperature
2 (8oz) packages Crescent roll dough
1 cup Sugar
1 tsp Vanilla Extract
1/2 cup melted Butter
1/2 cup Sugar
1 tsp Cinnamon

Spray 9x13 pan with non-stick spray or grease with butter
Unroll one of the crescent roll on the baking pan
Mix Cream cheese, 1cup sugar, vanilla until smooth and spread the mixture over the dough.
Place the second dough roll on top of the cream cheese mixture.
Pour melted butter over the dough
Sprinkle the 1/2 cup sugar and cinnamon over the top... looks like a LOT but it's just right!
Bake for 30 minutes at 350 F

Allow to cool before eating but don't wait too long because it's best when warm!
Will definitely try this recipe tomorrow, I love cream cheese! Is there a substitute for the crescent roll if I don't have one?
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