jalapeno cheddar spoon bread: recipe here
When Cuz lived here, she endeared herself to me by eating our leftovers. I am really talented at creating leftovers. I am also good at packing leftovers, and storing them in the refrigerator. But I…
Sweet Potato Casserole Cookie Bars
Pancake Balls filled with a piece of bacon, topped off with syrup
350 gr flour
300 ml milk
1 tbsp sugar
1 tbsp melted butter or olive oil (plus extra for the pan)
You will need a takoyaki pan to make these balls. Mix all the ingredients till smooth, heat the pan and brush it with some melted butter.
Add the batter in the pan and add a piece of bacon in the ball. Wait till it’s dried up and use 2 tooth picks to flip the balls. Wait for another few minutes till the ball is dried up and serve.
Homemade Mac and Cheese
This was delicious! We had this for dinner last night with a big salad. (I didn’t get a picture of the salad.) Homemeade mac and cheese is a real treat, and it’s simple to make. Sorry this picture is a bit blurry, it’s hard to hold a camera and a fork at the same time. Here’s how:
Boil salted water for macaroni. Heat oven to 350. Cook macaroni a little firmer than al dente. Drain and set aside.
In a saucepan, melt 2 tblsp butter, whisk in 2 tblsp flour and salt and pepper. Whisk as the combination bubbles, reduce heat, then add 2 cups milk. I used 2%.
Grate 1 c Cheddar cheese, we used New York white cheddar. Once the milk mixture thickens a little, slowly add the cheese, a little bit at a time, and whisk it in. Take the cheese sauce off the heat. Add a little fresh grated nutmeg.
Butter a casserole dish. Mix the cheese sauce with the drained noodles. Top with a little extra cheddar. Bake for 20 minutes until golden and bubbly. Delicious!!
Eggless, no bake