Unlike most people, I like to make life easy. Apparently so does Pillsbury. With their help, mine and your life just got a whole lot easier.
Yes, this recipe only has 4 ingredients and is superb for entertaining or a night of Netflix and Ambien.
If you’ve been following my pastry and writing blog then you’re probably a fan of me almost as much as I am of myself. You would also notice that I like to make things in burrito and taco form. I actually don’t really like to make these things in taco and burrito form but I’m kinda forced too. My assistant is Mexican and anything that is in a burrito or taco is, in his eyes, delicious. I made White Chocolate Rice Pudding a year back and he was eating this for days and got tired of it. I was making him lunch one afternoon after he got done cleaning the lobby of my apartment building. Not that I own the building or anything but I make him clean it anyway because I want to live somewhere nice. Someday, I just might. Until then he’s stuck cleaning. When I got out the bowl of White Chocolate Rice Pudding, he dropped his shoulders and whined like a little kid. “Ah no, I’m tired of the rice pudding.” “I’m going …
A rich smooth, creamy, buttery cup of coffee. I give to you the Butteryccino.
I don’t know what my obsession with cookies are lately. I think cookies are my go-to for a quick treat for when people are being annoying.
The quiche in a bread loaf idea actually came out of an hallucination that I had. I think it’s considered an hallucinations. I’m not clear on the definition of a hallucination. I’ll just tell you the story and you let me know.
Fun Fact: I had made the Cherry Tequila Sunrise as an afterthought. I originally soaked the cherries to make this ice cream. When you’re not looking or paying attention and you just let go and go with life’s flow. That’s when good things happen. Life is like that. Unless you’re driving. I’ve let myself go and wandered while driving and almost took out a guardrail. A dog. Some bushes. Other cars. People.