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You know, I was feeling pretty darn proud o’ myself for not having burnt my house down yet. I mean, think about the amount of time I spend cooking and baking and reheating and reheating and cooking and lamenting that I don’t have a blow torch for things like crème brulee and scaring Daniel. I was smitten with myself.
As you can see, I wasn’t successful in getting this warm cheesy bread on a pretty serving platter. So it stayed warm by nestling in the foil pouch I baked it in. I hosted a ward dinner group of twelve people tonight - after a very full week. So I wasn’t in the mood to make anything monumental for an appetizer. I pre-sliced the bread, and then I muscled my 18-year-old son into stuffing it with sliced cheese. All that was left to do was mix together the melted butter, poppy seed, and green onion.
I think Pinterest is an amazing place to find recipes and ideas. However, I have had quite a few unsuccesful attempts at making a Pinterest recipe. I prefer to use recipes that get good reviews on websites or that have already been tried out by my friends or family. So I wanted to share a yummy snack recipe with you! Nic and I had this while watching the Bachelor a couple weeks ago and we LOVED IT! It uses lots of veggies and low fat ingredients so I did not feel too guilty snacking on it.
37 people like this article Click a Star to Rate This Recipe Serves 4 | Hands-On Time: 25m | Total Time: 40m Directions Melt the butter in a large pot over medium heat. Add the carrots, celery, and leek and cook, stirring occasionally, until tender, 6 to 8 minutes.
These little rolls make great appetizers if you’re watching a sporting event. The original recipe called for egg roll wrappers, but the grocery store was completely out. I had to make a game time decision to either use wonton wrappers or go to a different store. Since I’m lazy, I went with the wonton wrappers. It worked fine, but it would probably be a lot faster and easier with egg roll wrappers.