After the long weekend, it’s definitely time for me to restock the fridge! I didn’t even have bread for sandwiches today, so I decided to improvise and use the Pillsbury Biscuit dough that I had on hand and make biscuit muffins filled with cheddar cheese and turkey. The best part was that it was really super simple to make! I took the package of Pillsbury Grands Butter Tastin’ Biscuits, stuffed them with sliced turkey deli meat and shredded cheddar cheese, and then put them in a silicone flower cup to bake. After 18 minutes (at 350 degrees) they looked like this…
I put them in a basket along with a few slices of nectarines and a package of fruit snacks. I also added a little cheese lady bug on top of the biscuit and a flower pick to decorate the basket. Now it’s time for me to go grocery shopping and I hope you all had a great 4th of July weekend!
Sean asked me for a bento today, so I made him this super simple one for his lunch. It’s a lady bug sandwich with ham, cheddar, and lettuce. I filled the box in with red seedless grapes and mandarin oranges. Sean was super happy to see his bento and asked if he could eat it already at 9 this morning, but I told him he had to wait for lunch.
For those of you who bought my new cookbook, there is an error in one of the recipes that unfortunately was edited in. It is the Slow Cooker Roast Beef recipe and if you skim down to the end of the recipe it reads “To make the gravy, mix the fat with the cornstarch and water mixture and sugar.” It should read ”To make the gravy, mix the sauce with the cornstarch and water mixture and sugar.”. My apologies for that egregious error and it will be rectified in the next printing.
Large Lady Bug cookie cutter from the Executive Chef at Ward Warehouse.