When cooking, I prefer to cook from scratch. And I don’t mean use store everything, then just cook it up. Nor do I break out the KitchenAid every time I need a little dough kneaded. There is just something about mixing ingredients by hand that makes cooking so much more enjoyable. But, really, who has the time?
So, while I would prefer to get my Betty Crocker on when mealtime rolls around, it’s just not realistic for me. In fact, since there is only three to cook for these days it would seem even semi-homemade has gone out the window. Although we do try.
Then there are those times when you just want to heat something up and be done with it. Especially if you’re a 16 year old boy who would rather eat than cook.
Farm Rich has you covered with 15 items from french toast sticks for breakfast to breaded mushrooms as an appetizer or even a side dish. It ‘s not just mozzarella cheese sticks anymore (although you can still get those, too).
The pizza slices had a full slice of pepperoni in each bite and the crust tasted just like real pizza crust. The only downside for me was there was not enough sauce. For some it may be there is not enough cheese, but that worked fine for me. I would definitely recommend some pizza sauce for dipping. These made a great snack for me, but I could see these as an appetizer or part of your football layout. Quick, easy, and a finger food – win, win, & win!
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