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Archive for the month “October, 2017”

Pizza Muffins


Guys, this is seriously one of the easiest recipes I’ve ever done.

Firstly, I already had pizza sauce and pepperonis, so that made that easy.

The original poster had a giant 6 cup muffin tray. I have a 12 cup normal size one. So I bought two of the pizza crusts had divided both of those into 6 pieces, and that was honestly almost too much dough.

After that, it’s a simple dump the ingredients in and bake.

Maybe to fancy these up a bit, throw some Italian seasoning on them?

Recipe: http://reallyfrompinterest.blogspot.com/2012/04/cupcake-mold-pizzas.html


Crab Hushpuppies


Guys, not going to lie. I’m pretty damn proud of these.

It was definitely an adventure, but they turned out pretty good! My roommate loved them.

The crabmeat at the store only came in 6 oz cans, and there are 8oz in a cup (the recipe requirement) So I just got two cans and said screw it, there will just be a lot of crab.

And honestly? I wouldn’t have hated more. I’m also a pretty big fan of shellfish.

Also, had an accomplishment with frying. It didn’t go terribly and I didn’t burn myself!

Overall, these are probably fattening as hell, but at least they’re tasty!

Recipe: http://www.pauladeen.com/crab-hushpuppies

Pepperoni Pizza Quesadillas


I’ll be honest, this is the laziest I’ve probably ever been with a recipe. I read it once, said “cool” and just went from there.

Firstly, I had 6 tortillas, so I grabbed some more at the store, got back, realized I bought burrito size instead of regular fajita size. So, I decided I was only making 6 quesadillas.

Then, I didn’t fry the pepperoni. I didn’t understand the point of that, so I just skipped that step.

Everything else, I did as the recipe suggested.

Until the cooking time.

I put the first one in on medium heat for 3 minutes. (The recipe says 3-5). When I went to flip it, it was burnt to a fucking crisp. Completely unsalvageable. So I unfortunately had to toss that one out.

I cooked the remaining quesadillas on low heat for about 2-3 minutes, which seemed to do the trick. So, that’s my recommendation for that.

Once they were done, they weren’t too bad. A good idea for a quick dinner.

Recipe: https://www.snixykitchen.com/2012/04/20/pepperoni-pizza-quesadillas/

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