One of the reasons I got rid of all my old non-stick pans is that they started to either warp or flake
here. As you can probably tell, I'm in love with my new fryin' pan! So much so that I am interested in looking into their other products, and maybe getting more items. Don't tell my husband however. He thinks one pot, one pan, etc. is enough. But we know, you can never have too many kitchen gadgets. or shoes. or chocolate.
As far as csn.com, I appreciate being given the opportunity to do a review. Ordering was easy, shipping was fast (they even gave me a free shipping upgrade!), and my item was delivered well packaged and in good condition. I had no complaints. Which is unusual, since I can usually always find something to complain about!
AND totally unrelated to my new pan....a snack!! I can't say it's a healthy snack, but it's better than some of the pre-packaged convenience snacks out there. I have to pack lunches and snacks for my kids for school, plus after school snacks, so I'm always looking for different things to change it up a bit. I found this recipe at allrecipes.com and just adapted it to what ingredients I had on hand. The kids loved it (and so did I) - we love cereal at my house!
Cocoa Munch Mix adapted from allrecipes.com
4 cups Cheerios® cereal
Chex cereal (any variety) Crispix
2 cups pretzels
2 tablespoons baking cocoa
2 tablespoons sugar
1/2 cup butter or margarine, melted 50/50 Smart Balance
raisins mixed dried fruit
12 ounce) package vanilla or white chips cup mini chocolate chips
1/4 cup mini M&M's (just some we had left!)
In a large bowl, combine the cereals and
You can increase the fiber of this snack by changing up the cereals you use!
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