Okay, not really . . . we have a day or two, but I will say that I have to start planning what we are going to eat during the big game. (Oh...and for those of you who aren't into football and don't live in either Pittsburgh or Green Bay...I'm talking about the Super Bowl!)
I also wanted to use this post to try out a new site called Say Mmm ~ and link up over at I'm an Organizing Junkie to try to snag some prizes!
Two of the items I'm planning on making for the game were served at the latest Mommy Group we had in January. There is a kid friendly one and one that is more for the adults...here they are - w/printable grocery lists!
1 (8oz) can of refrigerated crescent roll dough - if you can find the sheets that aren't perforated they work great!
2 cups of shredded mozzarella cheese
24 slices of pepperoni
Pizza or Spaghetti sauce for dipping
Preheat oven to 375 degrees F (190 degrees C)
Pinch the 8 crescent roll triangles into 4 rectangles. (skip if you found the sheets)
Layer the cheese and pepperoni (about 6 slices on each rectangle or use all of them if you found sheets)
Roll tightly lengthwise and slice into pieces
Arrange on baking sheet and bake in preheated oven until golden brown, around 12 minutes.
Enjoy with the pizza sauce for dipping!
Printable Grocery List for Pinwheels
Mini Reubens - recipe from my good friend over at Sweet Uncertainty (these were YUMMY!)
1 loaf (8 oz) mini rye bread slices
about 6 tbsp butter, melted
about 6 tbsp Russian or Thousand Island Dressing
1 lb corned beef, thinly sliced (you can also use canned corn beef, but I like fresh)
1 lb swiss cheese, sliced
2 c. drained Snow Floss kraut (16 oz can)
parsley, if desired
Arrange slices of bread onto cookie sheets.
Brush one side of bread w/melted butter.
Spread dressing on each slice.
Cut corned beef and cheese to fit slices.
Top corned beef with sauerkraut and cheese.
Broil until cheese is melted.
Garnish with parsley, if desired.
Makes 3+ dozen.
Printable Grocery List for Reubens
Hope you enjoy and GO STEELERS!
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