This might just go down as our most interesting Sunday Supper :-) And, I’m classifying this as a “Sunday Supper” rather than a “School Night Supper” because it takes quite some time to cook by light bulb in the Easy Bake Oven. HA!
First a back story… I always always always wanted an Easy Bake Oven as a girl. Mother was practical (in this area at least) and said I could cook any time in the real oven. There was no need for me to be cooking in my bedroom. So, a few Christmases ago, after years of waiting, an Easy Bake Oven showed up under the tree for me!!!!
We’ve used it a few times over the last few years, but when Santa brought me a mix for Girl Scout Cookie Thin Mints we had to immediately haul it back out. It was around dinner time so we started with an actual dinner – quesadillas!
It was a pretty fun way to use the Easy Bake Oven, and much cheaper than buying the mixes. We used a biscuit cutter to cut rounds from a tortilla, filled with mexican cheese, and let them cook until the cheese melted. It took a little while, I can’t even say how long, we just pulled them out and checked every few minutes.
We added a dolup of salsa and the baby was legit thrilled with his meal!!!!
After the quesadillas we set to work on the cookies. They took forever and a day, were about the size of quarters and didn’t much resemble Thin Mints but, again, the littles were thrilled.
I have to admit that it was a pretty fun little meal. And those smiles made it all worth it. I’ll be back next week with a more traditional meal cooked in real life appliances :-)
Happy Sunday, y’all!!
DIXIE DELIGHTS DELIVERED