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dadchamp
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01/10/08 10:59 PM
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Being I have to create my meals on the fly and be very creative about it, I've discovered some quaint ways of doing things. Here's an easy recipe for cornbread peach cobbler.

1 - 8.25oz can of Del Monte Peach chuncks in water - 25 cents at Big Lots

1 - box Jiffy corn muffin mix - 37 cents at Target

2 - tablespoons of brown sugar - buy the cheapest you can find it lasts forever

a sprinkle of water

Mix all in a small bowl until the peach chunks are coated in cornbread and the brown sugar is swirled throughout. Pour into a small baking dish (6x6 would be good, I make my own out of aluminum foil) and bake at 400 degrees for 20 minutes in a toaster oven (may take longer depending on how accurate your toaster oven is).

Serves two to four or one very hungry adult.

Enjoy ...



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Kimber89
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01/10/08 11:59 PM
Re: Easy recipe for the cooking challenged new [re: dadchamp]Report this article as Inappropriate to us !!!Login to Reply

Cornbread Peach Cobbler? New one on me. :)))))))

Sounds good though.

My mom taught me to do quickie stove top tuna casserole when I was kid. 

You need: 

  • One box of Mac & Cheese
  • One can of Cream of Mushroom soup
  • One can of peas
  • One can of tuna
  • Butter (or margarine) & milk

Basically, just follow the cooking instructions on the Mac & Cheese box & stir in the rest of the ingredients....draining the water out of the canned peas & tuna first though. :)))

Ta-Da....LOL!! I don't have a written recipe for it.





dadchamp
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01/11/08 12:14 AM
Re: Easy recipe for the cooking challenged new [re: Kimber89]Report this article as Inappropriate to us !!!Login to Reply

Here's a hint and trick ... when a recipe calls for milk I substitute powdered creamer mixed with water (about 3 tablespoons for a half cup of water). Flavored creamers work too and can add a little zest to a recipe. I'm getting a little lactose intolerant in my old age so I have to watch how much milk I drink. LOL

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Panthia
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01/11/08 07:41 AM
Re: Easy recipe for the cooking challenged [re: dadchamp]Report this article as Inappropriate to us !!!Login to Reply

That Jiffy Corn muffin mix is pretty good. I've got a Jiffy cookbook somewhere around here that tells how to make tons of stuff with their products.






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