The proof is in….the powdered cheese packet

3 May

A double batch, even!

A few weeks back I did a blog post about the convenience of using the Knorr sauce mix packets and I mentioned that yes, even I make hot dogs and mac & cheese, and that I actually love hot dogs with mac & cheese. I promised to prove it to you by taking a photo of my meal the next time we had that for dinner.

Well, today’s the day.

Dinner!

We had the meal this week for dinner and I did remember to take a picture. Here is my dinner table ready for one of the easiest dinners ever. You’ll notice though, I assuage my guilt by putting out a big veggie tray to go along with the mac & cheese and hot dogs. This particular tray had fresh green beans on it, which my kids love, but by the time I took the dinner table photo the beans were gone. They were there though.

So there you have it.

Hot dogs, mac & cheese and veggies. My house. Dinner.

I love hot dogs grilled on the stove top griddle!

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2 Responses to “The proof is in….the powdered cheese packet”

  1. Nancy D May 4, 2012 at 10:21 am #

    I made the Creamy Thyme Chicken last night after reading yesterday’s recipe — it was simple and DELICIOUS , however I tried to take a short cut at the end by adding the cornstarch into the pan, and it got a little clumpy. I should have known better, but it still tasted great – my husband was impressed! I will make it again, and make sure it’s SMOOTH and creamy next time.

    • thewholebagofchips May 4, 2012 at 11:35 am #

      I’m glad you liked it! Seriously, that sauce, I could lick the plate after…. ;0

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