I recently invited my folks to dinner at our house. I made cute little individual apple piesbaked in canning jars for dessert for them. But I had 1/2 jar of apple pie filling left and I needed to make sure it got used. Ya know, when that apple pie filling jar starts with the picking of the actual apples, you don’t want to waste any of it!
I decided to use it up making a simple dessert for RancherMan & me. I’d heat up that apple pie filling, put it on a bed of graham crackers and top it with graham cracker crumbs & whipped cream. Kinda like a quick No-Bake Apple Pie Dessert. But I didn’t have any graham crackers. So I sat out to find (and of course not follow, lol) a recipe using standard pantry ingredients.
Recently RancherMan & I hosted a family gathering and I made our daughter’s favorite Homemade Hummus to scoop up with tortilla chips & enjoy as a snack. But there was So. Much. FOOD!
So after the gathering was over I bundled up all the leftover food and I stashed it in the fridge.
A day or so later I noticed there was still hummus left. Y’all know how I absolutely hate food waste! (and how much I LOVE hummus!) But all the chips had been consumed by now, how would we enjoy this hummus now?
I love to make things for myself for both financial as well as environmental reasons. So now my mind got to rolling. Hummmm… I saw something online the other day about how easy it was to make your own crackers …