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Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by Opie, Nov 24, 2003.
1) Open one packet
2) Insert in microwave for 20 seconds.
Come on...! I thought the laziest bachelor food was mac & cheese. At least ya gotta boil water there! I used to mix mac & cheese with a can of Stag Dynamite Chili! (Truly would not make this dish with any other canned chili - when I tried - I typically threw it out rather than eat it.) Mmmm - good and easy 5,000 calorie bachelor meal! One of these day's I am going to have to make this mess for my wife!
1) Open one packet
I usually don't use the microwave for myself either, but if I were to go all out and make breakfast for the family I would use it.
It's funny, I'm willing to make my 6 yr old just about anything for breakfast. I think it is the most important meal of the day and insist he eat something. I offer homemade french toast, eggs and bacon, etc. What does he prefer? Poptarts!! He tells me it's ok because they have vitamins in them (he read that on the box). ;P ;P
Generally, I prefer this method. The filling can get too warm, and when they're cold they're just as good.
A toasted Brown Sugar-Cinnamon PT with melty butter on the back...
One of my all time favorites!
I 2nd that, however, the Frosted Brown Sugar Cinnamon is even better!
At least he reads
2 frosted strawberry poptarts in the toaster every morning...and big glass of oj to wash them down..and sometimes you even get a surprise
okie, i'll buy breakfest when we meet..;e ;e
I go a step beyond that and just buy the "Easy Mac & Cheese". Four minutes in the microwave and dinner is served.