Wonders Never Cease

By glancing at the title, you might be thinking, ‘wow, this must be a post of something really important”…and it is, if you like chicken salad like I do…and individual desserts. I learned a couple of things this week. (Besides the fact that I cannot eat a donut for breakfast, cookies with ice tea in the afternoon and a huge slice of pie after dinner and not expect to be able to fit in anything but a MuMu)

On Tues, I was at a friends house for a lunch and she served chicken salad. As we commented that it was really so very good, she told us to try to guess what was in it. Usually I’m pretty good at guessing different spices..(.yes, that is one of my talents, spice clarification!) but couldn’t figure out what made this salad taste so different. When no one could guess, she told us that besides the combo of using Greek yogurt, sour cream and mayo, she sprinkles in Lemon Pepper and dry Ranch Dressing. I just made it for Randy and take my word for it, it was so great!

Also, this week on Facebook I saw that someone posted individual apple pies, made with crescent rolls. So I immediately bought what was needed and that was out lunch dessert today.

I found a little can that has 4 crescent’s in them, (which yea, gives us two each) bought an apple and came home and put them together. Took 5 min of prep time and baking time of about 12 minutes. If you are looking for a simple yummy dessert, try this.

Just unroll the crescents and tear them apart where they are perforated. Spread softened butter on each roll. Sprinkle some cinnamon and brown sugar over the butter. Peal and slice an apple and cut into 4 wedges. Place a wedge on each roll and roll up, placing the large side up. Sprinkle a little more butter, cinnamon and brown sugar on top. Bake at 375 for about 12-14 min. or until tops are golden brown.

Serve warm with ice cream or just plain. Individual Apple Tart

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