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Pizza Crescent Roll Ups
I found this idea on pinterest. After looking at the recipe, I added a couple of ingredients to make it more “pizzeria” style. These make a great after school snack. As well a great Bento Lunch box idea!
1-2 tablespoons cornmeal
1 can crescent rolls
Pepperoni Slices (you will need approx. 40)
4 cheese sticks (cut in half)
Sprinkling of Garlic Powder
1/8 cup butter, Melted
Pizza Sauce or Spaghetti Sauce.
1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Spray cookie sheet, pizza pan…with cooking spray and then sprinkle with a tablespoon or 2 of cornmeal. Coating the pan evenly with the cornmeal. (This was a bonus…it made it taste like something out of a pizzeria to me.
2. Unroll the crescent rolls. I found it easier to just work one and a time. Separate each crescent roll.
3. Place 4-6 slices of pepperoni at the widest end of each crescent roll.
4. Place half a slice of a cheese stick in the center and roll up. I try to close the ends of the roll ups as best as I can. You will have a small amount of “Cheesy Bubbling” coming through when fully baked.
5. Sprinkle each crescent roll with Garlic Powder.
6. Bake in a 375 degree oven for 10 to 12 minutes. Be sure to keep an eye on them. Oven temps do very!
7. Once out of the oven brush each one with a little melted butter. Serve with warmed pizza sauce.
Cinnamon Roll Waffles
A few weeks ago one of my husbands co-workers told him about this recipe that she had found on Pinterest. I had remembered seeing it around. Last night while I was thinking of what in the world to make special for my kids breakfast this morning (they are going through our states testing this week) and I remembered this recipe. And it is SO easy….A caveman could do it!
1. Heat up your waffle maker.
2. Spray waffle maker with cooking spray.
3. Place one cinnamon roll into each quarter section.
4. Squish the top down.
5. Wait for about 1 and a half minutes. Up to 2 minutes.
6. Remove from waffle maker and drizzle with icing that came with the cinnamon rolls.
Sprinkling these with Powdered Sugar would be a nice touch as well.
Recipe adapted from A Hen’s Nest.
Frozen Glitter Grapes
So Good! So easy to make! Perfect during the summer.
Bunch of Grapes
1 (3 ounce package) Jell-o gelatin Any flavor of your choice, not prepared. Generic works just as well.
1. Rinse Grapes under water. Patting almost dry with a paper towel. You don’t want them dry….you need some moisture on them for the gelatin to stick.
2. Roll a bunch of grapes in 1/3 of the box of gelatin. After you have a grape coated put onto a plate and continue until all grapes are done. Adding Gelatin as it gets low. ( I used lime Jell-0 Gelatin)
3. Place in freezer for a couple of hours. Then they are ready to enjoy.
Note: I tried placing the gelatin in a baggie and putting the grapes into the bag and just tossing. It really didn’t get all the grapes coated to my liking. So I just ended up rolling 4 or 5 at a time on a plate until all were coated.
Chocolate Banoffee Mini-Pies
So easy to make and very sweet!
For the crust:
1 cup crushed Oreo Cookies (with middles removed)
4 tablespoons butter, melted
For The Creamy filling:
4 tablespoons butter
1/2 cup packed brown sugar
1-14 oz can sweetened condensed Milk
1/2 cup milk chocolate chips, melted
Banana’s, cut into slices
Caramel for drizzling
1. In a food processor crush up Oreo’s. If you don’t have a food processor you can put the cookies in a ziplock bag and pound it with a mallet or rolling-pin. Combine 4 tablespoons of melted butter and mix together.
2. Fill silicone or a cupcake pan lined with cupcake liners with a crust for the pies. Packing it on the sides as well. Set in fridge and let firm up.
2. Melt 4 tablespoons of butter in a pan on low heat. Add brown sugar and stir until smooth.
3. Mix in the Sweetened Condensed Milk. And continue stirring on low for approx. 5 minutes.
4. Melt chocolate chips in microwave. Checking on it every 15 to 20 seconds.
5. Mix melted chocolate into the sweetened condensed mixture.
6. Pour into cupcake liners/silicone liners. And return to fridge for a least 2 hours. I like to let mine set overnight.
7. Top with Sliced Bananas, whipping cream, Caramel, Cherries, you could lightly sprinkle coco powder of the tops.
Mummy Candy Bar Treats
White Crepe Paper (I found mine at the dollar tree. I paid $1.00 for 2 rolls of it)
Black scrapbook paper or construction paper
Glue (stick or squeeze bottle-I actually used both)
Googlie Eyes ( I bought mine at the dollar tree for a $1.00. It has 125 Googlie eyes. It was the LAST package left. )
Full Size Hershey Chocolate Bar
This is VERY simple to do! Perfect craft for having those kiddo’s help!
Cut out a black square piece. This does not have to be perfect and glue 2 google eyes to it. Then glue it onto the candy bar.
Starting at the bottom on the front of the candy bar. Glue down a piece of the crepe paper and hold it secure. Then start wrapping your candy bar to form your *mummy*.
My crepe paper was a little to wide for my liking. So as I went around the candy bar, I folded it in half and it worked perfectly. When finish tear off the crepe paper from the back of the Candy bar and glue in place!
I am going to be making up about 16 of these. I am going to give some to the kids that ride the bus with my boys at the bus stop. I might even make some for my kids teachers. This took me less than 5 minutes to make.
I found this idea from The Idea Room.
~Enjoy, and have a Spooktacular Halloween!~
24 ounces of white chocolate Morsels
14 ounces of Jelly beans
1 teaspoon vanilla (optional)
Line a Cookie Sheet with wax paper. Spread out 1/2 of the Jelly Beans and set aside.
Melt the white chocolate in Microwave or on the stove. When chocolate is melted add vanilla (optional).
Spread melted chocolate over the jelly beans.
After you have the chocolate spread scatter remaining jelly beans on top. Let set at room temp to harden for an hour or place in fridge for 30 minutes.
Break Into pieces….