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Sorry if this is a /ck/ faux pas, but I'm moving right now and only have access to a refrigerator, a freezer, two pans, a gas stove, and an oven.
My Fiancée and I are looking for cheap, creative foods to make. We've been eating ham sandwiches and eggs for a few days, and we're looking for some variety. Any help is appreciated.
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This one uses a melted marshmallow/margerine mixture as a binder, same as rice krispie treats.
I tried one the other day and it was tastey. Ever since then I've been imagining all the groovy shit I can bind together to make "bars". I discarded the idea in the past, thinking that the magic of rice krispie treats were about the rice krispie texture, flavored with a sweet butter. After trying these I'm convinced that this is an untapped frontier that must be explored.
I also like golden grahams + mini marshmallows, bound together by melted toll house chocolate chips. Those are fantastic when fresh and hot. Had those for xmas every year and I would always eat half a pan. That's right about the time I learned what "severe heartburn" felt like.
Any ideas for something new?
> Inb4 circus peanuts, jelly beans, sweet tarts, or any other silly shit like that