Step 2) With a rolling pin, flatten that sammich but good
Step 3) Roll the flattened sammich into a log shape
Step 4) Slice cross-wise to make individual little PB&J rolls
Step 5) Name them something other than "peanut butter and jelly sammich"
Step 6) Give them to your kids, pretend they're special
I remember doing the above to get my scrawny kids to eat. I think I called them "peanut rolls" or something - it was back during the blur of the daycare days. Either way, it worked well enough.
I'm not very creative when it comes to food preparation. Maybe I was told, "It's all gonna end up in the same place anyway" too often. Today, I wasn't even trying to be creative, but I came across a recipe that I may try. Or not. Maybe it was just a message to me to increase my creativity, but it was pizza cupcakes.
There's the part of me that says, "if it ain't broke, don't fix it". Seems like pizza is often sent out for a makeover. What's wrong with just plain old pizza? I remember the first time I had pineapple pizza. I think it was my last. If not, I wanted it to be. To each his own, I'm just not a fan, sorry.
But the underlying fact here is, I'm not creative with food. This is not a foodie blog by any means. I just stumbled upon this recipe and was thinking I might give them a try just to see the strange looks on my family members' faces. That and the "...they are super easy to make."
And for special occassions, I could definitely be up for...
...making good use of Jabba the Hut's muffin top.