It’s Wing Wednesday!(Actually it’s Saturday)

I Can’t Wait to Try this New Buffalo Sauce Recipe!snack ideas

Hey everyone! Sorry I’ve haven’t posted in so long!  How have you all been? I hope you’ve been saving up an appetite for this new recipe from http://foodwishes.blogspot.com/.  I’m extra-super excited to try this new buffalo chicken sauce recipe.  Am I the only one that has wondered how restaurants get their buffalo chicken wings to be so perfectly tangy, spicy, crunchy-yet-tender, and delicious?  Well, hopefully my search will be over after I make this recipe: http://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2010/04/original-buffalo-chicken-wing-sauce.html.  Try it and tell me what you think!  You can post a comment, or connect on Twitter, or connect on Facebook.  I will try to post as much as possible from now on. I’ll see you soon with another fantastic/amazing/awesome/creative/easy recipe!

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Krazy for Krave

I have a problem.  I’m  addicted to Krave cereal.  Seriously, this is the best cereal I’ve ever(EVER) tasted in my life.  Frosted flakes can’t compete.  Fruit loops might as well just be taken off of the grocery store shelves.  Even Cocoa Puffs can not be compared to the awesome chocolaty wonder that is Krave cereal.  If you want a quick, healthy, cheap, chocolaty snack, this is the cereal for you.  This doesn’t even require milk!  Think of it as a mini chocolate bar that has a whole wheat outside.  I would say more but I need to get back to my cereal!

5 Steps to Rambunctious Ramen

How to Make Your Ramen Noodles More Interesting

What’s better than one pack of Ramen noodles? Two packs of Ramen noodles!  Now that’s what I call oodles of noodles(insert laugh track here).  There are so many ways to make these noodles.  It’s like eating a different meal every time you eat them.  It’s ridiculously awesome.  So why would you eat boring noodles when you can have awesome noodles?!  

Here are 5 ways to jazz-up your next bowl of Ramen:

1.)  Add seasonings.  Add whatever seasonings you eat at home!  Use the seasoning packet and your extra seasonings.  Not only will it taste less synthetic, it will also make your noodles special.  Special noodles are happy noodles and happy noodles taste better.  I recommend adding a bit of garlic power with a tiny amount of basil.

2.) Add shrimp.  If you want your noodles to be more of a meal than a snack, this is a quick, easy, and cheap way to make dinner.  If the shrimp are frozen, thaw them out, season them, and saute them in pan over medium heat.

3.) Add veggies.  A simple can of mixed vegetables will work wonderfully for this step.  Now you can enjoy the deliciousness that is Ramen noodles AND get those nutrients that Mom is always telling you about.  You could combine veggies, shrimp, and seasonings to make a very interesting, yummy combo

4.) Make Spaghetti.  Tired or using that same chicken, shrimp, and beef flavors?  Then I have the answer: Use your noodles and noodles and save the flavor packet for later.  Check out my recipe for spaghetti using ramen noodles!

5.) Add friends.  Have a noodle party!  Invite a few friends over and enjoy your snacks.  Food always(mostly) tastes better when you’re sharing it with friends. Don’t literally add you friends to you noodles though.  That wouldn’t taste very good.

What are ways you guys like to “spice-up” your ramen noodles?  Tell me your ideas and what you think in a comment, on Facebook, or Twitter!

Eggs-traordinary Breakfast

About the Author:  Jos B. is high school student with a passion for cooking. She owns her own blog at http://quicksnackshack.wordpress.com/ 

Eggs in a Nest

First, I must say that this recipe is egg-cellent.  I know egg puns are cheesy, but I couldn’t resist the temptation to tell one, just like I can’t resist the temptation of this dish.  What could possibly be more fulfilling than eating a warm piece of whole wheat toast and a superbly scrambled egg in the morning?  Nothing…except this recipe.  This is a little recipe appropriately named Eggs in a Nest.  It combines eggs and toast with a bit of olive oil into one fun-filled party of awesomeness.  When they are together the world is happy because they are perfect together and they want to be together.  So, why not just put them into one super quick, super amazing dish?  

Time: 5 minutes

Ingredients

snack foods1 egg

1 slice of whole wheat bread

2 tsp Olive oil

Salt and Pepper(optional)

Instructions

1.) Crack egg into bowl and beat with fork.  Add salt and pepper to taste

2.) Use a cookie cutter or cup to cup hole or shape out of middle of the bread

3.) Heat olive oil in pan over medium heat. Put bread on pan and pour egg into the hole. When egg sets on one side, flip entire thing.  Transfer to plate

4.) Cook bread cut out on both sides in pan

5.) Enjoy!

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