I'm really starting to use my kitchen more and more than I have in the past. When I was growing up I wasn't much of a cook because I didn't have to be. When my sister lived in the same town we always had her cook. When I was in college I cooked some but as a college student you could always find a free meal or it was sometimes basically cheaper to eat out for one person (especially if it was pageant time, carrots and water please, ha!)
Now that I have my own kitchen I like to cook for David and I, and I have really liked trying new recipes. It seems like there is always something to sign up for to bring food and so I have been able to have great practice the last couple of months. In all my time in the kitchen I can definately say that I love to bake more than cook. Probably because I was raised in a family were we had a different dessert every night! With that said you can see why I like to bake, I especially love to come across recipes that don't take any time or take many ingredients.
One of my favorite recipes that I make a lot around the holidays, but more now for gatherings and parties, is the Graham White Chocolate Sticks! There isn't an easy recipe out there!
Here is all you have to do:
First let me start by saying ..... If I can cook and bake in this kitchen.... ANYONE can do it! My kitchen probably would have fit well in the shoe that the lady lived in.... Remember, There once was a lady who lived in a shoe... yeah her!
3 Simply ingredients to make a great football, holiday, birthday, or party snack
Step 1) Melt the White Chocolate like the directions say, till it is creamy without any lumps
Step 2) Put an even amount of pretzels and golden grahams in a mixing bowl
Step 3) Pour the White Chocolate over the pretzels and cereal and mix
Step 4) Pour the cereal and pretzels with the chocolate out on wax paper to dry for 30 minutes (more or less time depending on the chocolate's mood)
Step 5) Break into smaller pieces and place in a bowl, bag or other serving item and ENJOY!