Lazy Night In

Some nights, I can’t wait to get home and cook a lengthy and involved dinner.

And some nights (like tonight), dinner is an afterthought.

I was working on my second bread pudding recipe trial in two days and had no idea what we were having for dinner.

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Thank goodness for Annie’s and a stocked fridge!

I cooked up some whole wheat shells and cheddar and tossed in some diced lean ham, leftovers peas, green beans, and snow peas.

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Topped with a little extra sharp cheddar and some crushed red pepper, I was happy :)

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This meal took about 15 minutes, start to finish, and left me with plenty of time to finish up my bread pudding trial, pack lunch for tomorrow, and still have time to get some posts ready for tomorrow.

9 comments

  1. Some days like that happen. I also like to freeze left overs so I can pull them out :-)

    Can’t wait to hear about this recipe :-)

  2. I love Annies. Always have a box on hand is my rule! ;)

  3. Mmm…quick and easy and BOOM. What more can ya ask for?

  4. that dinner sounds so good. i should stock up on some annie’s!

  5. Pasta is the best lazy dinner recipe. YUM ;)

  6. I always keep a box of Annie’s in the pantry. Great go-to meal when you’re short on time!

  7. I only have energy to make involved meals once or twice a week, haha. Love Annie’s! Can’t wait to see the bread pudding recipe!

  8. I love Annie’s! Yummmm…you made it even more delicious. :)

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