Posted by Megan On May 4th, 2013
This is a simple recipe that takes average pigs in a blanket and turns them into the most luxurious pigs youve seen yet.
What you’ll need..
*1 Hot dog. I used my left over beef hog dogs. Nom
*1 tube of Pillsbury 4 pack cresent rolls
* gruyere cheese ( this can be used again for dinner to make amazing mac n cheese… Recipe soon!)
* garlic powder
What do you do?
*preheat oven to 370
*Cut the hot dog into 8 pieces to make mini hot dogs
*cut each cresent roll into 2 pieces lengthwise
*line all the ceresent rolls next to eachother and sprinkle with garlic powder and grate on some cheese.
* roll hot dogs into cresent rolls and bake for 9-10 min or until golden brown.
Posted by Megan On May 3rd, 2012
Remember that awesomely delicious bacon and cheddar stuffed burger from last night? Didn’t get enough bacon? WELL. Good thing you probably have left over bacon and buns to make a part 2 breakfast sandwich. Toast your bun in the toaster oven (I actually like to put mine on bake with the flat side down), fry up some fresh bacon, fry your egg to your liking and add what ever veggie you want. Mine has some lettuce and onion. I like to sprinkle a little bit of black pepper and pickapepper sauce (Jamaican sauce similar to A1 steak sauce) on my sandwich.
Posted by Megan On February 27th, 2012
YUM- Sesame balls filled with red bean paste. These are from Lao Si Chuan, a Chinese restaurant off of N Military in San Antonio. They’re great because they’re about the size of a ping pong ball and come in an order of 10 (3 orders pictured above… me and my friends each got one! haha) I always take some home and warm them up in the toaster for breakfast
Posted by Megan On February 21st, 2012
I saw grapefruit in the supermarket yesterday and decided to relive my childhood. When I was a kid, my grandma would cut a grape fruit in half, run the knife around the edges inside, sprinkle sugar/honey on the grape fruit and eat it for breakfast almost every day. So that’s exactly what I did this morning! If you run the knife around each little segment in the grapefruit it helps to be able to scoop out each piece :).
Posted by Megan On December 28th, 2011
Thanks Aunt Jemima pancake mix
Posted by Megan On October 24th, 2011
Posted by Megan On August 24th, 2011
I wish I thought of this, along with the pancakes in a bottle. This takes laziness, err.. I mean convenience to a while new level. You dont even need to clean up a bowl and spoon after making these muffins Havent tried them, but if I do theres sure to be a review on here!
Posted by Megan On June 9th, 2011
Yumm.. My favorite! I used Bisquick box mix and added chopped walnuts. You could also try adding fresh/frozen fruit, or brown sugar and cinnamon! I say.brown sugar instead of regular white sugar because it has molasses in it which will melt nicely (if you dont stir it into the batter too much) and adds a nice flavor that granulated white sugar doesnt have. Enjoy![megan]
Posted by Megan On June 4th, 2011
So cheap and so delicious! My cousin Lindsey and I made 24 mini muffins instead of 20 by adding 1/2 c of chopped walnuts. Not only do you get more fluffier muffins, the walnuts add a great crunchy surprise.
This only took 20 min to make from box to plate!
Posted by Megan On May 31st, 2011
Tired of your pain cream cheese? Want something fast and easy, but packed with flavor? Thats how I felt this morning! So I chopped up some chives (green onions or any onion will work! Whatever you have around the house) and sprinkled a pinch of garlic powder into a serving of cream cheese. Mixed well and spread onto my bagel! It was delicious and super easy.
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