Thursday, February 4, 2010

Over a week ago, I broke the oven door. I bumped the handle with a cookie sheet and the entire front shattered. Then, the fallen, broken pieces continued to jump and pop all over the floor until there was no piece left larger than a pea. It was a sight to behold!

Since then, I have not been able to use the oven and continue to wait for a new door.

In the meantime, we have use the crockpot many times and the stove top the rest of the times. I am getting tired of both and feeling very repetitive in our meals.

Today, I saw a recipe for cookies made in this...

...and they turned our great! They were fresh and hot as the babes arrived home from school.

Then I started thinking, did a little online research and discovered that people cook many things in their waffle irons. Who knew? So, with our delicious vegetables and sausage gravy for dinner, we had...

waffle iron biscuits! Cute and delicious! They were a hit! Try it and enjoy!


jen said...

One of my favorite memories of my mom is her making turtle cookies on the waffle iron. . . . Hmmm.
Time to introduce that to my kids.

K.C. + Sherry Layton said...

now you know how kc and i feel! if you live off campus, all the apartments only have a partial kitchen. So... a sink and a microwave! we got lucky and purchased a few things from the people who lived here before us.. like a plug in stove top (takes about 15 minutes to get water to ALMOST BOIL), and a toaster oven. We can bake some things in it, it just takes longer! we are sooo grateful for both though! sorry for the long message! haha