Greedy Recipe! Easy Cherry Turnovers

Is today the appointed day for a teensy bit of greedy? You could be gnawing on Easy Cherry Turnovers in mere minutes…

cherry turnovers Greedy Recipe! Easy Cherry Turnovers

Back in the day when we used to eat fast food, the hubs would always order a turnover from Arby’s. But alas! Now we can have them homemade. Easy Cherry Turnovers is fantastical for the occasional greedy snacking or when you want to impress hungry house guests without slaving too long in the kitchen.

GATHER YOUR INGREDIENTS

Adapted from TasteofHome.com. Serves 4. Double the recipe for extra-greediness.
  • 1 cup cherry pie filling
  • 1 tube refrigerated Crescent rolls
  • 1/4 cup confectioner’s sugar
  • 1 teaspoon milk
  • tiny dash of lemon juice

DIRECTIONS CHERRY TURNOVER

  • Pre-heat oven to 375 degrees.
  • Open crescent rolls and separate into 4 rectangles, following the perforated lines.
  • Each rectangle will also have a perforated line separating it into triangles. Do not break this line. Instead, squeeze/press this perforation together to seal it.
  • Add 1/4 cup pie filling to one side of each rectangle, then fold over and use a fork to seal outer edges.
  • Bake on cookie sheet for 11-13 minutes or until golden brown.
  • Using a spoon, drizzle on the glaze in quick, whispy movements.

DIRECTIONS FOR DRIZZLE GLAZE

  • Add confectioner’s sugar, milk  and dash of lemon juice to bowl, then blend together.
  • You may need to add more milk or sugar depending on the consistency you desire.

Since this recipe was a tasty success, my next move will be to try it using fresh cherries.

turnover Greedy Recipe! Easy Cherry Turnovers

…and now you can fro-down! Ironically, I am detoxing this week and will not be able to join you in turnover-gnawing until the weekend. You bettah save me a piece. Yes, that is a threat.

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Sometimes I just feel like giving up.

…because no matter where I hide my secret stash of Honey Combs, my gremlin-kids sniff it out and find it anyways.

honey combs Sometimes I just feel like giving up.

Can’t have nothin’ to myself. Dang greedy peoples wanna eat up all my Honey Combs.

I… I just feel like giving up.

Do you feel my pain? I think you feel my pain.

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The most balanced meal you’ve never seen in your life… until now.

If you thought you were gonna find here today some sauteed chicken livers & steamed wombat claws as a fine example of balanced meal-ing, then I’m sorry to disappoint. You better click away right now.

balanced meal The most balanced meal youve never seen in your life... until now.

Broccoli in the middle. One hot dog on each side to create proper balancing of the dinner-meal. Sadly, I forgot the mustard.

All that wonderful talk about intermittent fasting and clean eating does not change the fact that I eat “normal” meals for dinner. I eat what my family eats. Don’t even sweat it.

In a perfect world those hungry child-spawns of mine would enjoy grass fed meats that I slaughtered myself, complete with a side of organic cheeses and hand-plucked spices harvested during my travels to the remote mountaintops of Indonesia.

But my ass is exhausted after work. I do what I can to make it nutritious. If that means a nice, uber-healthy meal, then great. But if it ends up being a can of Chef Boyardee? Well that’s great, too.

If you think this meal is fancy, just wait until you hear about the bag of frozen meat patties made from mechanically separated poultry parts that I bought on purpose. That particular meal is also known as, So Damn Tired Chicken Sammich Night.

Do you find my family cooking style to be appalling or applauding? Please…go on. Tell me more about it in the comments.  

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How to Feed a Child Cow Snacks

It’s time for an educational moment here on the blawg. This is the proper way to feed a young child Cow Snacks. The fact that we’re a bunch of barbarians up in this house is not up for debate.

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Holla at me in the comments if you like Cow Snacks, too.

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Never in a gazillion years will you see this again.

First, there was dinner: Thai salad with chicken. Then it was Froot Loops for dessert. Yup. But never in a gazillion years will this come out of a cereal box again…

fruit loop Never in a gazillion years will you see this again.

It’s the most interestingly-shaped Froot Loop ever produced at a cereal factory on the planet. This specimen is one of a kind. What a fascinating, oblong shape. Yes?

The ‘Loop is about an inch long. If you look real close you will notice the face of the Virgin Mary on the left, as well as the thumbprint of Elvis on top.

I could fetch a high dollar price for this mutant ‘Loop on Ebay — enough to pay off my mortgage ‘n stuff. But instead, I did the more logical-sensible thing?

I ate it.

I basically ate the payoff monies for my mortgage. Damn.

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Emergency Breakfast Syrup

Evidence of emergency breakfast syrup inside the purse….

syrup Emergency Breakfast Syrup

I’m actually partial to pure maple, but any kind of emergency syrups is bettah than no syrups at all.

Pancakes… Waffles… French Toast… Holla at me!!

Life Saving Tip: The key to stocking your emergency supply inside the purse is to inconspicuously collect unopened, leftover syrup after you have been served at a restaurant. This requires lightening speed, hand-to-purse action moves after the waitress walks away. And no, this ain’t stealing because the syrup is already on the table.

I’m currently working on a way to stock leftovers from the local steakhouse, but my purse does not presently contain the technology to keep a prime rib from rotting.

This is a very serious matter. You could starve if you don’t properly stock up on breakfast condiments.

There will never be a pancake thrown at me that I cannot successfully syrup. Can you say the same? It’s time to take a good hard look at your life and ask yourself the tough questions such as this.

If you require assistance in making your very first collection of syrup into the purse, please call 1-800-555-SYRUP. I’ll be on the other end of the phone line ready to walk you through the process. The call will cost you only $99 per minute… because I care.

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