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Anyone have any easy recipes?

I’m quite bored and I feel like cooking something. Does anyone have any recipes that are for snacks that are easy to make and don’t involve a whole lot of everything? I just don’t want to drive out to the store to get things I need. Anything you have would be great!
I’m looking for something that’s an after dinner snack. Right now something sweet sounds good, or maybe some carbs! haha.

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10 Responses to “Anyone have any easy recipes?”

  1. idreamofwinter said :

    Tell me what you’ve got, and whether it’s to be a savory or sweet snack, and I’ll get back to you.

    Tell me what you’ve got, and whether it’s to be a savory or sweet snack, and I’ll get back to you.

    OK now I know you want sweet stuff, let’s try this:

    2 cups of choc milk chips
    14oz can of sweetened condensed milk
    Bit of vanilla (if you like)

    Throw ’em in a pan over very low heat, melt chips, stir until mixed, pour in a pan lined with foil, chuck in the fridge, eat. Can add walnuts, cherries, basically anything.
    Loaded with calories.

    Mini Fruit Crumbles
    2 cups of all-purpose flour
    1 cup of margarine (butter tastes better)
    1 cup of sugar
    Fruit of any kind – pureed or mashed

    Flour and sugar together, throw in marg, mix in until resembles fine bread crumbs (you may need a little more than 1 cup, it depends).
    Line muffin pan with those muffin paper thingies, fill 2/3rds up with fruit, top with crumble mix, throw in oven, 375, until crumble is browned (5-10 mins).

    Souffle Omelet
    2 eggs per serving (3 if you are greedy)
    Strawberry preserve (or any other type)

    Separate eggs (do NOT get yolk in the whites)
    Whisk whites with 1/4 cup of sugar per serving, until stiff.
    Clean whisk, then whisk yolks.
    Fold yolks GENTLY into whites, until combined.
    Pour some into frying pan that has a bit of oil in it (cast iron work best), heat VERY gently.
    Once cooked underneath, place in oven, 375, until top is golden brown.
    Spread preserve over one half, fold over, put on plate and sprinkle with sugar.

    All three of those are very easy to make, and are all sufficiently different enough from one another. Enjoy.

  2. Historyman. said :

    Cheese Rolls.
    Spread sandwich bread with butter or margarine and sprinkle with grated tasty cheese and fold into 3.
    Place under a heated grill, and toast turning when the first side is done. Spread with butter on the top and serve.
    Options; add some spring onions, chives or garlic chives, spread bread with butter and vegemite, or make with cold mince.
    Options; To toast, use a sandwich press, George Foreman Grill etc.

  3. toocan said :

    meat (preferably disc sliced sausage), sear sausage discs, add diced onion, add a little tomato sauce, serve

    boil spaghetti. get a seperate pan and heat up a little olive oil. add minced garlic. saute minced garlic. drain spaghetti and saute very quickly in the olive oil/garlic mix. serve.

  4. willa said :

    my mom always made these for us growing up…..

    Dilled Oyster Crackers

    1 box or bag of oyster crackers (usually sold near the saltines)
    1 package hidden valley ranch dressing (dry mix; 1oz)
    1/2 cup canola/vegetable oil
    1/4 tsp garlic powder (optional)
    1/4 tsp lemon pepper (optional)

    Combine ranch mix and oil. Add dill and seasonings. Pour over crackers. Stir to coat. Place in warm oven (200-250 degrees) for 15 to 20 minutes. (watch that they don’t burn)



    3 to 4 lg. dill pickles, whole
    1/2 c. all-purpose flour
    1/4 c. beer
    1 tbsp. cayenne
    1 tbsp. paprika
    1 tbsp. black pepper
    1 tsp. salt
    2 tsp. garlic salt
    3 dashes hot pepper sauce
    Vegetable oil for frying

    Cut dill pickles into slices of 1/4 inch thickness. Combine flour, beer, cayenne, paprika, pepper, salt, garlic salt and hot pepper sauce in a medium mixing bowl. Dip pickle slices into batter. Heat oil to 375 degrees F. in a large, deep saucepan. Fry pickles until they float to the surface, about 4 minutes. 4 to 6 servings.

  5. gbcopy said :

    It’s hard to say since I don’t know what you have. But here’s what I could make based on what’s in my house:

    Grilled cheese
    Peanut butter on apple slices
    buttered toast with cinnamon sugar
    microwave S’mores (graham crackers with melted chocolate and marshmallows)
    Fresh raw veggies with ranch dressing dip

  6. mis-chief said :

    put a fresh fillet of salmon in the oven for 20-30 mins and serve it with salad

  7. beth said :

    Kool aid pops

  8. funkytown girl said :

    S.O.S(shit on shingles) Gravy and sausage its the bomb

  9. Roxanne W said :

    The English Version of the Scottish Haggis!

  10. Leonardo S. said :

    Hows a milkshake… what youll need: 1 blender, icecream, ice (optional) milk…. heres what to do: First pour about 1 cup of milk( you can add strawberry or chocalate powder mix for flavor) into a blender, then drop in abut 2-5 scoops of any ice-cream u prefer, add 1-2 ice-cubes if u want to make it colder than it is(optional) then blend all till itz smooth or as you prefer(if u put ice in it make sure the ice is all crushed) serve into a cup(add whip cream if u like) then finally ENJOY!


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