Let’s tackle another recipe – and this one is one of my absolute favorites. Amazing snack for pretty much very possible time you can think of, and a sure-fire way to impress just about anyone. First experienced the joy of these cheese stick cracker things in England, and since then, I’ve found an amazing way to replicate them. And I do pretty darn good at it, I think.
Thought I’d kick off this week by talking about another one of my favorite recipes, and a definite go to for me. It’s easy, tasty, relatively healthy(?), and worth the effort you put into it. Definitely good for dinners. Cook a bit of garlic bread and a nice Caesar Salad on the side, and you’re golden.
Again, as with all my recipes, I never use exact measurements – so go with your gut and have fun experimenting.
There’re a lot of good things that came out of my trip to England a few years ago. One of those things, thankfully, was the recipe for cheesy mash. Before I left, I can’t believe that I never actually thought about mixing cheese and potatoes together. Like, was I dumb?
Anyways, to actually continue with posting some of my favorite recipes, I thought I’d add this one to the collection I have going on this blog. Again, I don’t necessarily use exact measurements, and I apologize if that trips you up a little. I just sorta get a feel for things, you know? So hey, let’s roll with it.
Once again, my meal planning has fallen short this week, since I’ve been away from home for the past little while. Hopefully I’ll get back on track after this, but until then, have another one of my favorite recipes!
This one, unlike the previous recipe, isn’t my own. I actually found it on Facebook. However, it’s easy to make, takes little to no time, and is good for at least three to five meals, so it’s great for leftovers. Pretty cheap too, actually, which is a nice bonus.
Ten points to anyone who can tell me where that reference is from.
Anyway, to replace Meal Plan Monday – since I’m still running away and haven’t had much of a chance to prep a meal plan – I’m going to introduce one of my favorite, easy recipes. To be honest, I’ve been eating this salad at least four of fives times every week. It’s super easy to make, takes about five minutes, and is pretty cheap too. Healthy, great for snacks or lunch, and honestly, it’s delicious.
Okay, so disclaimer here: when I make my own recipes, I don’t necessarily use specific measurements. I kind of just go with what tastes good. I did my best to estimate exactly what I use for each ingredient, but play around with it to see what you think!